Support for my galaxy S3 on my motorcycle

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Support for my galaxy S3 on my motorcycle by jeremrem Mar 27, 2013
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I did it to use my smartphone (Coyote application) on my motorcycle. You can modify it as you want.
I use an arm to block the smartphone and to remove it easily.

Some modifications on V3 version. Details for usability and estetic.

Using M4 screw..


I print the parts with default settings but with 30% infill
On the support S3 P2 I made extra support to be sure. you can cut it after printing.

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Can you give me any details on the arm that you used and where I could find one? Great work! I like the pen/stylus holder. That's a nice touch.

Hi, thank you.

If I remember well, the arm used comes from a universal support for GPS. Like on this link: http://www.equipmoto.fr/images/thumbnails/converted/products/2013/03/30/support-gps-shad-moto-etanche_ba92549d.jpg

You can even use a support for bicycle (speed counter for example) also, any support you can find in a shop, just adapt it.