New Apple Watch 360 Charging Dock 3 Designs for 38mm & 42mm Version
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Apple Watch Series1 & Series2 360 Charging Dock / Stand with Wire Storage
Charging Dock for 38mm & 42mm Apple Watch Series1 and Series2 in different Designs...
Because i was not happy with the existing Apple Watch Docks i decided to design my own one. Inspired from the Moto 360 Charging Dock as some other guys here.
One thing was very important for me, because the Apple Watch Charging Wire is very long and i hate that mess with all that Wire on my Desk!!! So i decided to add an Wire Storage into the Charging Dock so you can store the excessive Wire there.
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Pay attention by 20mm layer height and slow down print speed for the next few layer to prevent stuck on the layer.
I Print it in PLA without Support and with 15% Honeycomb infill.
If your printer is well calibrated the charger pop easily out if you tap the holter on a solid surface, a table for example. In my case one hit and the charger comes out.
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I design it absolutely new from the skrech and rebuilt it in 123D Design.
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