KnuckleStand for Nexus 7 Tablet

by gbward, published

KnuckleStand for Nexus 7 Tablet by gbward Oct 24, 2012


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This is a cross between a set of brass knuckles and a tablet stand.

Just snap it or slide it onto your Nexus 7 and you've got a versatile stand and finger hold for your tablet.

It will support your tablet in the horizontal or vertical position.

Or, slip your fingers though the holes for a more confortable way to hold your tablet.

The IGS file is included so that this can be adapted to other 7 inch tablets.


You may need to tweak the interface with an nail file to get the fit just right.

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Scaled to 92% fits my 2013 Nexus 7 very well; thank you!

Warning/Careful - if your first layer is squishier than the others (i.e. wider), this might happen to you:  gashes cut in the silver (plastic) bezel of the tablet.  Hit the inside edges of the stand with sandpaper or a file to smooth any sharp edges.

How did you set the scale of this object? Its getting imported very very small.

See my derivative for a ready-to-go MM scale version.

Thanks to gbward for the excellent design!

Yes, scale factor from inches to milimeters is 25.4.  Good luck! 

worked great!