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megaphone for smartphone.

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megaphone for smartphone. by IFUJI Apr 8, 2013
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Just put the phone on it, you can enjoy loud music or handsfree talk.

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will a Note 5 fit in it?

if you scale it up in your slicer anything will fit ;)

Sep 16, 2015 - Modified Sep 16, 2015

I'm sorry. I made it for iPhone 5. But I use for iPhone 6. It doesn't fit for iPhone 6 Plus.

looks too small for iPhone 6, is it?

I made a flat bottom and a hole for charger cable!

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:239991http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

megaphone for smartphone with cable hole
by IFUJI

I love it! Great job IFUJI! I'm having trouble editing the .stl file though, because it has so many facets I can't convert it into a solid. I use Solidworks and Autocad, is there any way to get the solid model file? (I sent you a private message, please read)

printing one of atartanian's derivatives will post to made tomorrow.

Thanks all! You can re-touch my model anyway anytime.
I use SolidWorks and Rhinoceros.

Thanks! What program did you use to create this??

I use SolidWorks and Rhinoceros.

cool design. Can you flatten the bottom out, the way you concaved the underside makes the middle hard to print without supports.

i made a derivative that has a flat bottom for FDM machines

Cool - maybe add a charger plug (on a swivel)?

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