Adjustable Tablet Stand

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Adjustable Tablet Stand by countspatula Oct 6, 2012
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I liked ljon's stand but it was a bit unstable and had some geometry problems, so I added a support to the back and did some clean up.

This has been working great for our Nook and Kindle.


I really wanted to print all the parts but due to time I stuck with the hardware and it works well.

You will need:

M4, #6 or #8 rod about 58mm or 2.25" long x2
M4 or #8 screws at least 20mm or .75" long x2
10 matching nuts
Threadlocker (superglue will work)

You may need to file or drill out the holes slightly depending on your hardware.

Assemble as shown, the key is to threadlock all the nuts, otherwise it will fall apart. On the arm pivot, threadlock the nuts slightly loose so it can move freely.

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Hi, just started printing this. There's an issue with the stl file with all the components grouped together for printing. There isn't a consistent level for the first layer for all the parts and so some bits don't start printing until the second layer goes down. Particularly the side arm piece that's furthest back in the 3D part view, and also around the area where you've added the extra side supports.