SLIDE | Smartphone Slider - Customizer Edition
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|SLIDE||Printable Smartphone Slider|
Smooth shots, slippery poles, and elegant styling, introducing SLIDE -- the printable smartphone slider!
There's a little Spielberg somewhere inside you, let your artistic vision manifest itself with SLIDE and shoot scene after scene of buttery smooth academy worthy footage. Makes cinematic panning shots as simple as sliding your mobile phone across your desk.
Customizer Options available for:
- iPhone 5
- HTC One X
- Samsung Galaxy S3
- Lumia 920
- Nexus 4
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2
- Motorola Droid X
- Droid Razr HD
- Blackberry Bold 9900
- LG Optimus G
- iPhone 4/4S
The attached STL carriage is the original SLIDE file for the iPhone 5
Check out the Sample Footage on Youtube
Bill of Materials:
- 1 x Smartphone
- 1 x Slide-Carriage.stl
- 2 x Slide-cap.stl
- 2 x M8 Rod [Part # 88625K67]
Alternatively you can print the slide.stl plate, instead of the carriage and ends separately.
- Insert two M8 rods into one end cap
- Slide iphone carriage on
- Attach other end-cap on remaining ends of M8 rods
- Insert smartphone into carriage
- Open camera or favorite camera app and begin masterpiece
pro-tip: add Sugru where the smartphone sits for a more snug fit
You can purchase Sugru here
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SLIDE | Smartphone Slider - Customizer Edition by ibudmen is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.
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- Commercial use is not allowed.
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