Port plugs/rubber stoppers

Discussion in 'Accessories' started by donotwant, Feb 2, 2019.

  1. donotwant

    donotwant Notebook Guru

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    @donotwant I use exactly those you linked, they're fine except VGA port cover that falls off all the time. A set cost me less than 1$ tho.
     
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    You can print those yourself, for the price of used filament, if you own 3d printer. Thingiverse.com has them already designed, if 3D design is not your thing.
     
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    @pete962 I hope USB Type C covers there good. All factory-made ones I tried suck - they fall out very easily.
     
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    Actually I got the idea of printing covers from OP, so I haven't printed them yet, not even sure if they have one for type C. But wonderful thing about 3D printing is that you can design your own, or upscale/downscale for exact fit something you download from web. I got this spool of TPE, very flexible, used it to print phone covers, probably my next weekend project. If anybody interested I could post some pictures then.
     
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