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Many people are now getting into 3D printing to support their retro computing and gaming hobby.  One can now make replacement parts for older systems, cases for new supporting equipment, replacement cartridge shells and all sorts of other neat items.  For example I printed up a new cartridge holder for some of my TI-99/4A cartridges as shown here.

 

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Interesting differences four years can make.  Jonecool of Wagner's Tech Talk was kind enough to print me up some TI coasters four years ago.  I don't know what kind of printer or slicing software he used, but there are difference.  The one on the left he printed, the one on the right was printed 15 minutes ago.

 

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