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Lasercut Cellphone Holder for your Bike

by tiefpunkt, published

Lasercut Cellphone Holder for your Bike by tiefpunkt Oct 7, 2012

Description

This is a cellphone holder, which you can attach to your bike handlebars. It's to be lasercut out of your favorite material, hold together with a set of screws and off you go.

It's made to fit the Samsung Galaxy W, but the iPhone 4S fits in fairly neat as well.

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Hi Jason,

I have not yet used it on my bike. But the construction itself is pretty solid, so it pretty much can't fall apart. And the cellphone should be safe in there as well, so it can't fall out unless you want it to.

The only thing that makes the one in the photo not suitable for "real" use is the material. But if you use acrylic or something similar, it should work perfectly fine.

Severin
hi,

just wondering if you think this is mechanically strong enough? does it cope with the bumps of riding?

Jason

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Instructions

Cut the parts out of 3mm thick material. I used wood for my prototype, but will switch to some other material eventually. The material thickness can be adjusted in the OpenSCAD files, but 3mm worked best for me.

You will need multiples of some parts. For right now, just take a look at the pictures, and I will put up some graphics with exact numbers later.

You will need a few M4 screws to put this together:

  • 4 for the corners of the top part
  • 1 for the hinge on the bottom part.
  • 1 for screwing the bottom part around your handlebar.
  • 1 for securing the bottom part to the top part.
hi,

just wondering if you think this is mechanically strong enough? does it cope with the bumps of riding?

Jason
Hi Jason,

I have not yet used it on my bike. But the construction itself is pretty solid, so it pretty much can't fall apart. And the cellphone should be safe in there as well, so it can't fall out unless you want it to.

The only thing that makes the one in the photo not suitable for "real" use is the material. But if you use acrylic or something similar, it should work perfectly fine.

Severin
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