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Fidget Spinner Phone Case #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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3DBROOKLYN shared this project on Thingiverse!

iPhone 6 / 6S case with a fidget spinner knob on the back. Works with a standard bearing that attaches to the case with a plug, and then a wheel snaps onto the bearing. The wheel has a slot for a 1/8″ bungee to go through that you can put your finger in to easily hold your phone – knot bungee from inside before putting around bearing.

A layer of smooth paper can help reduce friction between the case and the wheel. Shimming the plug and bearing will help if the fit is loose.

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