Improved IPOD NANO 7G Desk Stand

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Improved IPOD NANO 7G Desk Stand by CLARKTRANS Apr 27, 2013
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Inmproved desk stand for IPOD NANO 7G to allow access to top button/

Has provision for a 1" x 2" slug of steel or anything else to add extra weight

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the stand was designed in inches, in the scale tab you have to use the convert inches to millimeters, so 101mm high is about right
PS - you should use the rotate tab to lay the stand on its side (then use the move tab to place the stand on the platform), so it will print better with fewer supports

no that doesn't seem right either, that would make it 101mm high... ?

How high is the model in mm? i can scale it, may just be my slicer (Kisslicer)

Is this modeled in inches? it comes into my slicer as 3.97534 mm high?