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Nexus One Stand

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Nexus One Stand by connors934 Aug 20, 2011
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This set of files represents the process of developing a working design for holding my Nexus One upright on the table. The files with the highest version number are the most accurate.



The last design on the list is the most tested and proven. Print it and slide it over the ends of your phone. Version 5 is a bit tight and can wear off the finish of the back of the phone. Lightly sanding the spots where it comes in contact with the back is advisable.

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Thanks for the basics design. I made a few modifications and its working great! I had to widen the back a bit and made the cutout for the camera larger so the holder can go on with the track ball to the left or right. I also tipped it back by about 9 degrees so it will be easier to see in my car.

Glad you like it and found it helpful. If you can, post up your revised design.

How stable is your final iteration? I'm working on a system to integrate my old N1 into my car to use as a media center. Do the clips hold the phone fairly securely?

I was trying to comment on your Make:Blog post about iterating, but it kept giving me an error. I wanted to say that I love my 3d printer for iterations, and both my hair clip thing, and my mini-TARDIS thing took lots of iterations (the hairclip went to 20). I number mine starting with 01, because of my experience in the games industry (with a lot of iteration) and that number system keeps me good until 99. Also, nothing in the world is more guaranteed to cause a new iteration, than naming something 'final' ;)

This is a good perspective. The comments over on MAKE are working for me. Feel free to cross post!