Parametric iPhone 5 Dock

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Parametric iPhone 5 Dock by powidl Dec 11, 2012
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This is a derivative of the OpenJSCad iPhone 5 dock, with a slightly larger tab at the back, a gap for the home button, and a completely enclosed channel for the lightning cable.


To create the STL file, launch Google Chrome or Firefox and go to:

Then drag&drop the .jscad file into the box.

The jscad has configurable parameters for:

  • margin around the iphone (for if it is in a case)
  • margin around the dock connector: 0.5 mm gives a tight fit in my case (RepRap Prusa at 0.1mm layer height)
  • to add a mouse ear at one end, to prevent warping

You can change these settings in the browser, press Update and then Get STL to get your customised STL file.

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There is nothing about your model that could be considered 'parametric' !
The more proper term would be 'solid model'.

how much filament does this use?

I don't have a scale at hand, but my (probably very bad guess) is about 50 grams (at 33% infill).