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#Iphone 5 Brodit carkit mount

by xr3dhub, published

#Iphone 5 Brodit carkit mount by xr3dhub Dec 21, 2012


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The goal is to connect the Iphone 5 to a Parrot mki 9200 while its been placed in this mount and to attach the mount to the dasboard via a Brodit swivel mount.

Because the mki has an old 30 pins iphone connector you need a 30 pin to lightning adapter. The adapter can be secured in the mount.

Design has not been tested yet, probably needs some itteration. But feel free to try it out.


-print parts
-secure adapter in the mount with to small screws
-screw the swivel mount to the back of the mount and secure it to the dashboard
-place phone in the mount
-plugin the 30 pins cable of the mki to the adapter

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Sure, the files are in inventor fusion format. I will upload them shortly. Do you have some pictures of the print result?

This one came out quite nice with support enabled. Can you provide some source files? I would love to have this one with a lightning connector holder and some spare space to fit with an rubber bumper on the phone.

The source files are up! Do you have some pictures of the print result?

The source files are up!