Fully Adjustable Articulated Phone Stand for Samsung Galaxy 4S
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This is a customize-able phone stand that features remixed parts from the lamp mount by bipedal and customize-able articulated arms by giufini. I decided to create this after seeing so many phone stands on Thingiverse, i wanted something that would be fully customize-able so that I could see my phone from any angle. By mounting this on a wall you can support your samsung galaxy s4 at any angle.
I would just like to say down here that in order to get the best traction for supporting your phone you many have to add small amounts of paper between the joints.(The purple stuff in the pictures)
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To start off i loaded up tinkercad as well as the files for both the arms and the phone holder.
i then proceeded to scale both pieces so that the ball of the phone holder fit the arms. once that was complete i began the painstaking process of scaling the holder so that it fit my desired phone (samsung galaxy 4s). After 5 tries and 5 hours waiting on the printer to finish, I popped it out removed the supports and i was happy to see it fit perfectly. not too big so the phone didn't fall off but the right size so that the buttons kept it from sliding.
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