Thin Universal Tablet Stand
by ajolivette, published
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This is a product I created based on a request of the design, but it didn't go anywhere, and I'm not going to produce it right away.
So in the meantime, maybe you all can find some use for it. It's pretty cool, and easy to print. Doesn't take up much plastic, and you can use it with just about any tablet. Just stick it in your bag and forget about it until you need it.
That's what I do, but i have a butt load of tablets anyway. I usually use it for my Kindle Fire HD, because I don't have a case for it, and just use it around the house. Kindle Fire HD is great for watching Amazon Prime Vidoes, if you have it.
This stand can be used with pretty much any tablet. It's actually designed to be made from thin light metal, or a really strong plastic, but i print it in ABS and it works fine.
For those of you who know, i use a dimensions 3D printer, so i'm not sure how it will print on the other printers out there, so feel free to drop me a line and let me know.
All you do, is you twist it just a little to pop out the center part, and you slide that inside one of the two grooves, and BAM, you have a stand.
Three positions, because you can then, flip it around, pop out the enter for the center, and slide them both into the grooves and and it's in the reclining position.
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