Galaxy S3 Bike Mount

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Galaxy S3 Bike Mount by idreamincode Feb 22, 2013
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A bike stem mount for the Galaxy S3. Perfect for keeping your phone mounted while riding to see navigation directions and speed.

Fits a 1.25inch (32mm) stem. Ideal to put some rubber between the stem and the mount.

Update 8-26-2013: trimmed the excess off the top of the T and uploaded a new version. Original STL file still remains.


Print all 4 parts. Slide/shove the dovetail joint into the receptor on the main mount. May need to be tapped lightly with a hammer or mallet.

Get 4 M3 screws and lock nuts. Attach and ride off.

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I would like to reuse (the stand) parts of it and modify it in Tinkercad. Therefore, I would need the separate parts in separate STL or SVG files.

Really looking forward to using this on my Giant Yukon FX! Thanks so much!

Thanks for this! Did you phone ever came out of this while riding? Also is it better to make this out of PLA or ABS for more secure mount?

It hasn't come out! On the print I did for my road bike, I added a little gaffe tape on the inside to keep it even more secure. Works great. PLA is the only material my printer does well with, so I used that.


Can you, please, publish project files to another format?
for example .STEP or .IGES. I use Freecad, I would like to modify your project to adapt it the Galaxy S4.

Uploaded a IGES file for you, but I also modified it and uploaded a version for the Galaxy S4. It is shown in the Remixes section.

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