Why don’t you just cut, file or grind the whole a little bit wider?
my first instinct was to say that I have no tools or skills required for that, but it turned out that a few hours with an ordinary nail file and silent prayer that I don’t damage the narrow band of the wood between the port cutout and the edge of the case did the job! still, I feel a bit icky about having to modify a product as expensive as that.
You could have used a different cable instead. But the world belongs to the brave .
call me crazy, but I’m not going to ditch a bunch of good cables that I’ve purchased specifically for durability after 8 months ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Well, if you have two things, that don‘t fit together, you need a solution. Call me crazy, but I would rather ditch the cable, then the wooden case .
I would have used sandpaper to softly decrease the thickness of the cable plug instead of drilling a bigger hole in the case - but that’s personal choice
I had that problem too with the Bark case, I just widened it myself with a sharp knife (3 minutes of work). That’s the advantage of wood, right…
I had a few cables that would fit the original hole but my favourite cables wouldn’t fit, so I widened the hole.