Bluetooth Charger Station
by DanLuc, published
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This was made to accomodate the Plantronics Voyager Legend USB charger.
It has a nice guide feature to it so you can drop it in and it will mag lock right away. This way you can do it with your eyes closed, or not if your driving.
It also has an indent on the bottom and back for the cable to neatly go underneath the stand.
To print this thing I used an Afinia 3D Printer so I'm not sure about layer height and such. As you can see its not a terribly complex part but it does have lots of chamfered edges. Rotate the part to sits flat on the table. I beleive the cable indent is about 3mm wide so it shouldn't need support.
To secure the charger I used a small sticker from the 3M wall hooks/pictureframe mounts and the same to stick the stand to the surface. Make sure you put the cable underneath the stand and the stick on the sticker. Afterwards just stick to your desk, car or whatever place you like.
I included the SolidWorks file so anyone can make changes to it.
I added another SupportB which has a shorter base due to a cutout for those that have a bit of an edge they need to get over. This way you put the 3M tape under the charger and directly under it on the support so you can bring the unit closer to an edge. So I uploaded 2 pictures to better explain this version.
Any questions please let me know. Cheers.
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