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FruityPebbles

Adjustable tablet stand

by FruityPebbles May 29, 2017
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This came out great! Fit together perfectly and deep enough for our school's bulky cases. Thanks for adjusting the size on the original. I tried myself but couldn't get it right.

Thank you for this model! Perfect for my needs, but there is one thing I would wish to have slightly different. I would prefer to have the frame holders (Ipad_Stand_Frame) about 0.2mm per side more outwards, to make it a little more secure so it doesn't come out that easily. The rod itself is of course perfect length, I'd do this myself but I am afraid my skills are lacking still.
Edit: I just saw that this is a remix! Unless you really want to help me, I'll ask the original creator. ;)

It works very well, I printed both sizes of hooks :) . The other modification I mad was to glue a layer of non slip dashboard mat onto the under side of the base, and strip inside the hooks and along the top of the hook stand, now the tablet is more solid when doing a stop motion movie this is a big help. Thanks for posting the design.

What an ass hole, he probably steals his neighbors packages off their porches too!!!

Holy cow, he could have at least taken his own picture!

This is a great design thank you for sharing I have printed it at 170% so it sits on my lap easier

Thank you for sharing this. Such as a great functional design, I even use it to stand a 24" screen salvaged (using two stands) out of an all-in-one touch screen PC that was damaged and given to me. I've also printed two more for two other tablets.

Nice Stand, but maybe add a version that cou canf fold smaller

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Does this fold flat? A picture of it compacted would be useful.

How does it fold flat?
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I've just printed it and it does not fold flat. Sadly it makes this design inferior to few others here on thingiverse :(

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I just made this for my wife's ipad pro (fits) and my little son's note 4 that has a otterbox (didn't fit) case on it. Thanks for sharing. Was simple to print and works effectively. Also love the fact that you included basic print recommendations.

Wish/Suggestion - Thin rubber feet, to stop it from sliding on a slippery table. For those who can print ninjaflex or similar material.
Either 4 little pads that you could glue on -> simple (no design change)
Or perhaps offset the base a thin distance so it match's the base's shape. Then to that add 4 post that fit into slots on the underside of base. Rubber base stays put no glue required -> not so simple (requires design change)

Thanks for the modification. I was going to do the same thing. Supports is not my printer's favorite thing to print.

Just printed one. Work has entended. Great work. I will be using for a 15" LCD display.