Single print 3-in-1 Smartphone Mount
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Could it be the first ever? A single print, 3-in1 Smartphone Mount? It's a camera, remote viewing monitor, video screen, head lamp and much more, all in one!
Here's an intensely amateurish vid of all three mounting methods:
Three sizes for four iPhones;
CrocEye55.stl - iPhone 4 and 5 (58.6mm width)
CrocEye63.stl - iPhone 6 (67mm width)
CrocEye74.stl - iPhone 6plus/Nexus 6p (77.8mm width)
CrocEye77_Tripod.stl - iphone 6+ w/Sleeve
CrocEye83_Tripod.stl - Samsung Note4 w/Sleeve
The size of the nylon strap used in the video was 25mm width.
The size of the nut used for all three models is 1/4" x 20tpi (standard size for most tripod mounting screws)
Face it, your life just got 20x better! You're welcome! :D
If you found this useful, please make sure you share a picture (it makes my day each time someone prints something I designed) and be sure to peruse my other submissions which are almost as varied as they are many:
March 28th, 2016 update: Added a camera-mount base to the 63mm version for my iPhone 5s that always has a sleeve on. Let me know if the others need one too. :)
December 21st, 2016 update: Added another two sizes: 77mm and 83mm for iPhone6s and Samsung Note4 (with sleeves)
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