Table Stand for DSO Nano
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This is a derivative of the table stand Cello-ch published for the DSO Quad. I really liked how the design broke down for portability.
The only piece that I re-designed was the middle piece. I re-positioned where the side parts join so they don't interfere with the buttons on the physically smaller Nano. I also added small nubs to keep the Nano from sliding side-to-side while in the stand.
Functionality-wise, I believe my version works just as well for the Nano as the original no doubt does for the Quad. The text that reads "DSO Nano" however didn't turn out as clean on my derivative as when I printed Cello-ch's original piece.
I printed my version with a layer height of 0.14mm and a fill density of 75%. As seen in the photo's, my infill overlap setting was too low, but the pieces turned out well enough I didn't bother re-printing.
- print 2 side parts
- print 1 middle part
- put them together
- put the DSO Nano inside
- enjoy the result
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