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Universal phone/tablet stand with adjustable angle.

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Universal phone/tablet stand with adjustable angle. by ClassicGOD Feb 21, 2015
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Foldable stand with adjustable angle for a phone or up to 10" tablet.

  • Stable - allows you to use the touch screen without tipping the phone/tablet over
  • It's the size of a credit card and 5mm thick.
  • Prints assembled in place with no support.
  • Tested with iPhone 6, iPad Air and New iPad (iPad 3, retina).

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Uploaded improved version of the stand.

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great design. It was a great moment to break the pieces out. After 3 moves it worked very smooth.
Thank you.

I decreased the multiplier but it still was fused together. Any suggestions?

BTW, I love this stand.

This is great. My first one stuck together. I scaled it up and reduced the number of shells and it popped right off. Instagram video here.

Thanks for this. I made one. No pics (sorry). I perhaps would make one change. Going by your first pic above, near the top, I would add 2 pins so that in the collapsed state the would rest in the notches so that it would be easier to stay mostly in the collapsed state instead of "falling through the bottom". I am really new to 3D and CAD so I doubt I could change you files.

Again thanks for this. I love it.

Excellent design, im gonna print a bunch of this to give away.

10/10

Simply a brilliant design. KUDOS! It was a pleasure to print and use. Thank you

Great design!!! Have printed several for my family, everyone loves it! Thank you!

love it! cool design!

Really slick design! It has a huge range of angles and is very compact. Also a short print!

Having real problems trying to stop this from warping. Hopefully I'll work something out XD looks like an awesome design!

Jul 29, 2016 - Modified Jul 29, 2016

I printed approximately 15, i love it!
Thank You.

Pieces are too close together. I printed at high definition and it was completely fused.

There is 0.4mm or more space between peaces. Your printer is probably overextruding - try setting your extrusion multiplier to 0.8.

These things are awesome! I printed a few of them.

In my later prints I had to do a lot of exacto knifing to cut the parts away. Any chance at adding a tiny bit of clearance?

AWESOME design. Giving this to my dad as a gift soon, and I'm glad I don't have to drill holes or put in screws. Thanks!

What type of clearances do you use for your hinges?

Feb 11, 2016 - Modified Feb 11, 2016
ClassicGOD - in reply to plusch

If i remember correctly the hinges are nested cones with ~60 degree slopped walls and spaced out by 0.5mm. (top of the cone to top of the other cone not wall to wall)

0.4mm also worked great but higher the clearances higher the percentage of printers that can print it no problem ;)

Can you still use your camera with any orientation of your phone?

Yea, it's small enough that it doesn't cover the camera in any orientation.

Super smart design! I have downloaded and bought quite a few phone stands. This is my favorite by far!

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Very good! You had to printed piece by piece ??

Hey just wanted to say this is a very smart design. You incorporated everything into a single piece as well as having it very simple. This is easily the best tablet/phone stand design out there. It's nice when I find a model that is actually 3d printing friendly. Keep up the good work.

Thanks! I'm really happy that you like it! I'm fascinated with objects with moving parts that can be printed as one peace on FDM printer so I'm happy that the one I deigned works for so many people.

Printed great first try. Very nice design!

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