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Nexus One Stand

by connors934, published

Nexus One Stand by connors934 Aug 20, 2011

Description

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.

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

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.
Cheers!

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?

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Nexus One Stand by connors934 is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.

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Instructions

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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txoof on Jan 3, 2013 said:

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.
Cheers!

connors934 on Jan 3, 2013 said:

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

txoof on Dec 31, 2012 said:

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?

Bioluminescence on Aug 21, 2011 said:

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' ;)

connors934 on Aug 21, 2011 said:

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

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