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Smartphone Stabilizer

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Creation's quality: 4.9/5 (15 votes)
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3D model description

Mechanical stabilizer for smartphone

Stabilization is done with simple M20 nuts or more to counterbalance with the smartphone.

The smartphone holder is fixed with a key system on the "multi-axis" part. The stabilizing rod is fixed to the "multi-axis" part with a rotation lock system.

This model is a first version, I'm always listening if you have any advice to improve this 3D model.

Update 31/08/2020

Addition of a smartphone support for large widths


3D printing settings

Layers: 0.15 mm

Filling: 20%.

Necessary support for all parts for a better rendering ;)

3D printer file information

  • 3D design format: STL Folder details Close
    • Big Support phone +70mm.stl
    • Perche.stl
    • Small Support phone +58mm.stl
    • Tige equilibrage.stl
    • multiaxe.stl
  • Last update: 2020/08/31 at 12:43
  • Publication date: 2020/08/27 at 19:52

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6 comments

Do not expect this to work flawlessly. It's fun, but does not stabilise well.
If you check the gif closely, you can see that the phone tilts clockwise on the x-plane when he demonstrates it.

The galvanized nuts weigh approx. 220g, stainless steel is a lot more expensive but serves no other purpose than being a counterweight.

Hello, my son (11old) like these model, but how do you make the central rotule rotate ?
do we need to "push" hard or to do something special ?
thanks

Very cool idea!! Maybe create a cover that will go over the counter-balance to give it an even sleeker design.

Looks awesome. Do you know how much the nuts you added weight aprox? I don't have any of those but maybe the design could be tinkered a bit in Tinkercad and use a bottle of water instead!

Approx. 220g

Thank you Sparki 😃

Good idea! ;)


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