Galaxy note 2 car holder

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Galaxy note 2 car holder by 3D_CC_design Dec 6, 2012
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Galaxy note 2 car holder


You'll find my Galaxy note Holder (this Holder is adapted for the mobile with his case).
You'll need a 4mm screw and an adapted nut.

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Seems that Slic3r .7.1 doesn't do support material. I sliced it with Slic3r .9.8 and turned on support material, but it seems to have missed the support material upwards of the mounting attachment square. I have a Printrbot LC and I'm new to 3D printing. What can I do to get a better print?


The STL "dos_tel.stl" is not in the best print position.

I Suggest you to turn the STL (with repetier) to put it verticaly (down side of the holder on the bed of the 3D printer).

It is in this position that I drew and I printed mine.
I hope that will help you.

For anyone else coming across this, I used Netfab Studio Basic to rotate the object in the STL file.

Someone else recommended the same thing. I was able to get it printed by doing that.

But it cracked partway up on one of the sides. The layers seperated. Does that happen with tall prints and ABS? I should be able to repair it with heat and acetone though.

Oh and it's a little big for a stock phone. Did you use a case? Once my Zagg skin gets here, I suspect it will be a much better fit.

No I didn't have your seperated problem.
I printed the part in ABS at 200°C and with heated bed.
Yes the stock phone was done for the phone with his case.

Did you print your at full size? I saw some people on some forums say that ABS shrinks so you should print it 3% larger... Though that doesn't address the problem here where it's too big. I've got a caliper and I'll try to do the math to resize it and report back what I've got. I figure the gap/crack thing was something I did here or specific to my setup.

I've found that 200C is so cold I can't get reliable extrusion and the feed starts to slip. I wonder if my extruder isn't calibrated temp wise. I know the bed feedback is off some measurement.

What resolution did you print yours at? I've been printing most of my stuff at .4 and things seem OK, though I can clearly see lines.

Yes I printed it in full size because I designed the part taking into account the default of printing.
I used to print at 200°C and I didn't have any problem.
I printed the part at the resolution 0.3mm.
For information my 3D printer is a Solidoodle 2.

I printed at .94 size and it's almost perfect with my zagg skin. I'm sanding it down a little and it's getting so much better.