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Customizable Multi Stand

by Jinja, published

Customizable Multi Stand by Jinja Feb 3, 2013

Description

This is a stand that can be customized for any tablet or phone or book shaped thing. It collapses for portability and has many support angles from 45 to 90 degrees. The length of the stand is determined from the height of the tablet, or you can extend its length beyond the minimum to increase the number of angle options.

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Yes, that's the one!

thanks! Is that the same as http://www.amazon.ca/Orbit-MP3...

maybe we need a parametric speaker holder, for various round speakers.

Hmm, thingiverse doesn't like it when you put brackets around links it seems. Let me try again...

http://www.amazon.com/Altec-La...

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Instructions

1. Configure the parameters within the customizer to fit your tablet or phone or device.
2. Start by printing the lid.
3. Now go back to customizer and create a few "CalibrationRest" STL's using various values for the Calibration parameter. Print out the STL's and see which attaches snuggly to your lid. Now you know which calibration value to use.
4. Now you know your calibration value, go back to the customizer and create the "Rest"

I've added a few patterns that can be applied to the lid so you can quickly distinguish between stands for your different devices.

The STLs included here are for a Nexus7 with a calibration value of -1.

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driggers on Jun 1, 2013 said:

This is one of my favourite things, and everyone in my house has one now. I would like to see it combined with a speaker holder for the popular X-mini speakers.

Jinja on Jun 1, 2013 said:

Hi, I'm glad you like it!

BTW, I used to use X-mini speakers but then I found the Altec Lansing im227 (http://www.amazon.com/Altec-La...

The sound quality is much much higher and it's louder. It uses 3xAAA batteries which last a lot longer than the X-mini internal battery. You can quickly replace them when they run out. It's mono of course, but the X-mini's are effectively mono as the cable that separates them is so short. I can't even give away my X-minis now that my friends have heard the im227. Check the reviews online.

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