This is a basic cellphone stand for the OnePlus One phone with the Ringke Fusion case. If you are looking for a case, I have to say that the Ringke fusion case is the best one I have found so far. The OnePlus will fit on this stand without having the Ringke Fusion case, but it will be a little loose. Maybe I will make one for the bare OnePlus One some day....
I have embossed the text - I think it looks OK that way (see screen shots). There is a cutout for the volume rockers, and the tabs which retain the phone are spaced correctly so they do not cover any of the screen image.
I hope the one other person in the world who has a OnePlus One, and the Ringke Fusion case, and a 3D printer, find these files useful!!!
I have uploaded 6 configs. There are 3 tilt angles - 15 degrees, 25 degrees, and 40 degrees. I find that the 15 is perfect for my original intention of using the cellphone as a rearview mirror at work -so people don't sneak up on me. It is also about the steepest angle you can use and not have the phone want to fall out (use at your own risk). It is also great for straight-on viewing - like laying in bed and having the stand on your stomach for watching movies - or on a car dashboard while waiting to pick up your kids ;>) I would NEVER suggest using this for cell-navigation in a car, as it would not hold the phone very well.
The 25 degree is a good general purpose angle. Finally, there is the 40 degree, which is really flat - but still easy to put the phone in and out. I would use this one on a plane, where you have the tray-table up close and you have to angle the phone way back to see the screen.
Finally, there are 2 variations of each. The shell version cuts out the backside and leaves a 2.5mm wall thickness everywhere. I like this version - it's strong enough and light weight. I have the solid version also, for those who want a flat bottom (maybe you can add non-slip rubber to it...).
I tried this with slic3r and cura with poor results - I really never got my print settings down with these programs. Simplify3D worked flawlessly on a TAZ4 the first time. I use rafts, as the early attempts peeled off at the corners during printing (with slic3r and cura). I also use supports, which come out easily afterwards (it only needs them underneath the flat areas). I have printed all 3 shell versions without problems. Print time was a little over 6 hours.
One more thing - it looks like thingiverse took my stl files and made pictures out of them. I would not print the files in that orientation. Put the model down flat on the bed, just the same as how you would use the finished part.
(updated 3/1/15 - converted files to mm)