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[Q] 3D model of HTC One X+ or One X

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7th January 2014, 06:12 PM   |  #1  
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Does anyone know where to get One X or X+ as a 3D model? Format doesn't matter. Yes, I've searched on google. But all models were 100$+. Or have anyone made it, that I can buy or get?
7th January 2014, 09:51 PM   |  #2  
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Does anyone know where to get One X or X+ as a 3D model? Format doesn't matter. Yes, I've searched on google. But all models were 100$+. Or have anyone made it, that I can buy or get?

how accurate does it have to be? are you looking to 3d print a case or something? i doubt it would be very hard to make a crude model depending on what purpose you need it for
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how accurate does it have to be? are you looking to 3d print a case or something? i doubt it would be very hard to make a crude model depending on what purpose you need it for

Not a real life model. But a computer model. Anything can be used!
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Not a real life model. But a computer model. Anything can be used!

yeah i understand. i mean, essentially the hox is just a rectangle with some basic dimensions. couldn't you just put the dimensions into a free program like sketchup? or does it have to look correct as well? what exactly do you need it for?
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Not a real life model. But a computer model. Anything can be used!

this is an extremely ****ty model. i did it in 15 minutes in sketchup, its approximately correct according to some dimensions i saw online. took a picture and superimposed it as a texture on top. like i said though, this is extremely crude.
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