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DJI Mavic Ipad Air 2 Holder

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DJI Mavic Ipad Air 2 Holder by TobyRobb Sep 6, 2017
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Summary

The simplest design i could come up with to hold an Apple Ipad Air 2 with the Dji Mavic controller.

I used CA and kicker to bond the parts.

Print 2 of the pins.

Print Settings

Printer Brand:

Printrbot

Printer:

Printrbot Plus

Rafts:

Doesn't Matter

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.2

Infill:

10%


Notes:

I printed the Arm on its side with no support or raft.

I printed the controller holder flat against the bed, no support.

I printed the Ipad holder vertically with its longest edge against the bed. I used a raft to give it a greater footprint. I used support from the bed only to hold up the back attachment point from sagging. I still got some small vertical warping but it snaps onto the Ipad well.

Using it:

Line up the usb port with the cut-out on the left side.

For the Mavic, the inbuilt short USB cable must be fully unplugged from the controller (trust me, the full size USB below the controller will not work with out the small usb (host?) cable being fully removed)

I find snapping the Ipad in works well. Slide to remove.

Connect your ipad with a standard cable to the full size USB on the bottom of the controller.

When holding the controller, let the ipad rest on your wrists.

I use the arm to hold the controller whilst walking.

This is a work in progress, comments welcome.

How I Designed This

Designed with Fusion 360

This object was designed mostly with Fusion 360 and a little helping of blender.

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I printed the Arm on its side with no support or raft.

I printed the controller holder flat against the bed, no support.

I printed the Ipad holder vertically with its longest edge against the bed. I used a raft to give it a greater footprint. I used support from the bed only to hold up the back attachment point from sagging. I still got some small vertical warping but it snaps onto the Ipad well.

Using it:

Line up the usb port with the cut-out on the left side.

For the Mavic, the inbuilt short USB cable must be fully unplugged from the controller (trust me, the full size USB below the controller will not work with out the small usb (host?) cable being fully removed)

I find snapping the Ipad in works well. Slide to remove.

Connect your ipad with a standard cable to the full size USB on the bottom of the controller.

When holding the controller, let the ipad rest on your wrists.

I use the arm to hold the controller whilst walking.

This is a work in progress, comments welcome.

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