WALL OUTLET CELLPHONE HOLDER (IPHONE & IPOD)
by 2ROBOTGUY, published
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Nice holder to keep you IPHONE or IPOD of the ground while charging. Large print, can only be made on Mendel right now. But I bet somebody will chop it up for there makerbot to print. Also a folding charger would be cool. Possibly some M3 screws and nuts, or just 3mm filament?
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Mark Fuller - PMB 163
463 Pooler Parkway
Pooler, Ga 31322
Inspired when I saw this for sale at Bed bath and beyond over the holidays
Solidworks model is available to modify. If you phone is in a big case, make the over all height larger to accommodate you demand. This wall outlet cellphone holder can also support other micro usb charging phone with the correct cable. (USB to micro)
2) Heat up bend mark with a lighter or heat gun
3) Bend part to 90 degrees
4) Allow part to cool. (30 seconds)
5) Add square 26mmX26mm charger
6) plug into wall
7) add iphone and cable to start charging
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