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PRINT-IN-PLACE PHONE HOLDER - FOR SPACE?!

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Creation's quality: 4.5/5 (24 votes)
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  • 4.4k downloads

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This is my Fully 3D-Printed Phone Holder for your desk, car or Space station? Find out how why this is designed for space, and see it in action in my YouTube video:
https://youtu.be/TPQqFZdLm9o

Not print in place enough for you? See my “elevated” print in place Phone holder, where I combine it with a print in place scissor jack!: https://cults3d.com/en/3d-model/gadget/elevated-print-in-place-phone-holder

Print settings:

Layer height: 0.2mm or finer
Infill: 15-30% - Cubic
Cooling fan: 100%
Z-Seam alignment: Random
Top and bottom layers: 3, with lines pattern
Horizontal expansion compensation: -This is printer specific; I use -0.07mm, but I included a test piece for easier tuning.


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3D printing settings

Layer height: 0.2mm or finer
Infill: 15-30% - Cubic
Cooling fan: 100%
Z-Seam alignment: Random
Top and bottom layers: 3, with lines pattern
Horizontal expansion compensation: -This is printer specific; I use -0.07mm, but I included a test piece for easier tuning.

  • 3D file format: STL

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7 comments

Brilliant design. But printing a thing with PLA to be used in a car where temperature goes over high like 60degC under the sun sounds not a good idea.
PETG/ABS may be a better choice.
Printing setting doesn't mention about support, needed?

Thanks!

Yep, good concept and free but but i tryed everything at any settings with a stock 0.4 mm nozzle, test block is still a solid brick.

Everything fused together... I printed this with Prusament PETG on a MK3S. Genius design though! I think I just need to work out my settings.

I printed this with PETG, and other gromit was basically fused into the toothbar. So no working item for me this time...
But it's really geniously put together, I have to investigate is the problem with my settings or with the filament, or in the file.


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