iPhone 5/6 Dock v3

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iPhone 5/6 Dock v3 by Okatake Oct 29, 2012
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To make a stand even when you put in a case iPhone5 fix "iPhone 5 Dock v2".

I've also added support to the case back.

Add for iPhone6


Although we allow you to make the earphone jack, it is unclear what would be useful.

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Printed on XYZprinter Da Vinci Jr. 1.0. The Lightning cable didn't fit at 100%, reprinted at 110% and after some sanding it fit.

Thank you for the information. Parameter by Setteingu of printer would change.

lightning cable fit , cannot enter it... :( that to small.

Ligntning Cable Test section below
No.43-46 you enable.

I want you to test print by adjusting the item of No.11 / 12/14.
It should be fit if you find a setting that was in your printer.
Ligntning_w: width
Ligntning_r: rounded height
Ligntning_cable_head_r: Cable rounded

How would someone lengthen/thicken the back support for an iPhone 6?

I have added for iPhone6.

Excellent design!
iPhone and lightning cable fit perfectly. Even with bumper.
Thank you very much!

Weight of my copy: 40g using 20% rectilinear infill


I might break 20% infill has been using .... (^ ^;
When the strength of the backrest is insufficient, it is preferable to 40% or more infill.

Best regards.

Hi, could someone put his dock on a scale and tell me its weight please? Our local print shop charges 8c for the gram.. Thank you!

I think roughly, it's around 56g.

Originally I liked this design until I printed it. It's too wide, even more wide than most phone cases and the worst part is you can't use it as a stand if the lightning cable isn't inserted.
The front should have a lip so the phone won't slide out and the sides should be brought in.

I'm going to print the v2 design as I realize that's probably more of what I want. I don't need the headphone jack access anyways.

iPhone 5 Dock v2
by Okatake

It is possible to respond to requests by editing the OpenSCAD.

I want you to change the value of "/ / iphone case size" section of the 6-8 line case the size of the iPhone5.

Then, the depth of the groove can be changed in "mount_h" line 27.
?: Delete the following line earphone jack if not required.

Line 151-154

Line 164-165
??cylinder(r=7/2,h=mount_h*3,center=true); //iPhone phonejuck


I have printed this for my new iPhone 5 in its Belkin case - I have not yet got around to tweaking the various slots and holes with a file in order to fit the cable but the dimensions look fine and dandy- too tight is better than too loose. One question though - why is the lightning connector holder raised above the base of the trough? I am referring to the rounded rectangular bump in the centre of the shallow support area. I printed the file as-is just in case I misunderstood the design but I really think that it would be better without this bump. Othewise a very good design. Thank you.

Hi there

I have designed for iphone5 contained in the case.
So that the distance from the outside of the case to iphone5.
Therefore, the head of the Lightnig's out from the trough is correct.

Lightnig connector was referring to the connector "MD818ZM / A" genuine.
The design is pretty tight. It is because the cable is not to come out when you remove the iphone5 from the dock.

Thank you for your answer - I understand what you say and realise that every case will be different. Is there an easy way to reduce the amount that the "bump" sticks out? I have tried changing a few of the figures in SCAD but not found the right one!


Okay, it is a change of setting.Can be set in the "Ligntning_offset" the amount of protrusion of the LightningHead.
There is no setting of the base portion.
Can be changed by adjusting the value of the "mount_h" on line 104 If you want to change.

line104: translate ([base_w / 2 +10 * axis_x, mount_d / 2, mount_h])

That's brilliant - thank you for the information. You have given the the detail I needed to make the changes I need for my specific case.

I can't open the file in Makerware. Can you please save the file as an obj. Thanks!

Please be more DL http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:30307http://www.thingiverse.com/thi... is, "iPhone_5.stl" I'm sorry.

iPhone 5 model