Soporta smartphones -HugeHug- smartphone stand
by Yamagata, published
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Standard "all positions" smartphone stand, with springs and brake mechanism to hold your smartphone. From i-phone o similar screen size, to Galaxy Note screen size.
From 3.5" to 5.5" more or less....
-I sliced all parts with cura at 0.2 mm layer, 60% infill. "carcasa1" and carcasa2" at 30% infill. 0,5 mm wall thickness, 0,6 bottom / top thickness.
-In the .stl filename, I put "CS" when we need to print with support material, and "SS" when the support material is not needed.
-IÂ´ve attached a PDF file with instructions, but you can see assembly in this video:
-IÂ´ve attached a .skp file, if you want to make your changes or derivations.
-4Ã— Screws M3x30mm + nuts
-1x Sceew M6x30mm with safety nut (probably need cut 2 or 3mm)
-1Ã— Hexagonal screw M4x30mm + nut
-1Ã— Threaded rod M8x120mm (+ or -) + 2 nuts.
-1Ã— Hexagonal screw M6x30mm + nut
-2Ã— Springs 7mm diameter(+/-34 &42mm)
-1Ã— O-ring 30 diameter x 3mm thickness.
-1Ã— Wood base (my base is 180x140x15) (i made other one with 140x140x15)
-4Ã— Rubber feets of 6mm
-1Ã— piece of weatherstrip
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