iPhone 5 wall Stand with speaker cut out

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iPhone 5 wall Stand with speaker cut out by Boardofdenver Apr 12, 2013
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My design is made to give your iPhone 5 a good home with great sound quality and give you a little more counter top space. This new design fits an ice cube plug and has a spot to wrap up your extra USB cord. This stand fits Apples OEM lightning plug works with iPhone 5. Will also fit iPad Mini, and iPad 3G as docking station no wall mount support for these devices.


30% to 100% infill works great
3 or more shells
Raft and sport are a must
layer height .1 to .27

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I made in on high Q on the PPD3P. The holder for the iphone wall charger broke when I tried to push it into the carrier. Also, there seemed to be several "shifts" in printing - I didn't knock the table, but I assume this has nothing to do with the design.

The first one I made, my bot had a little play in the belt and it made the plug holder a little off. So on that one I hit it with a hair dryer and made it a little pliable and the inserted the ice cube plug. After it cooled down it was a perfect fit, not really the best way to do things but at the time it was a good alternative to four hour reprint. After making the proper adjustments to my bot I have printed four more and they all came out perfect.