iPhone trailer hitch
by tinyenormous, published
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THE WAIT IS OVER! Now you can finally mount your iPhone securely to your class 4 trailer hitch! No more duct tape and bungee cords holding your phone to the tailgate. Drive with confidence while amazing the people lucky enough to drive behind you!
Print both pieces and attach them to each other with m3 bolts, with the bolt head on the inside of the case pointing outwards. If your print is like mine, then you won't even need nuts!
The openscad file has a variable "assembled" that will either give you a printable plate, or a view of the two parts assembled. Choose wisely, grasshopper. The iphone trailerhitch file is dependent on iphone4 model, so grab them both.
I took pains to make this a printible piece, as I was disappointed by the sheer number of EvD entries that are unprintible, and wouldn't even work if they could be printed. If you want to print it out and show your friends how absurd it is - go for it! Otherwise, it's probably best if you keep your phone safely in your pocket.
This product is a parody, and is intended for the Engineer vs designer absurd iPhone contest. Save your breath if you want to tell me it is absurd. Or better yet, tell the fine folks over at EvD!
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