Ford focus II 2008-2011 Iphone / cellphone holder
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3D model description
Mobile phone holder specific for ford Focus II (2008-2011), but also for home.
Is the support you were looking for, it hooks to the seat of the upper cover of the dashboard (which keeps its functionality intact) .
It can be dismantled and reassembled very quickly .
It does not interfere with the button of the double emergency arrows.
It is adjustable in width so you can fit almost all the phones on the market .The two upper arms can slide into a groove to adapt the width of the phone.It has lower windows to connect the phone to the car power supply, for speakers in case of handsfree use, and also for the external audio jack.
Excellent even if you use the phone as a navigator.
The photos show an Iphone SE, a Huawei and a Samsung of various sizes. But the beauty is that you can also use it at home because it is a rational and pleasant design object.
The project is made up of 3 pieces: the main support and the two sliding arms.
It does not require glue, it does not require supports for 3D printing.
For for a modest amount, you update your car in style, friends will be amazed at your item.
3D printing settings
Print with 0.16 mm layer , the model shown was made both with the Ender3 Cura software and with Prusaslicer2.2.0 linux.
Both work well, be careful to provide a brim at the base of at least 4 mm, no skirt, best of all but rather slow is to provide a raft base layer.
I added the gcode made with Prusaslicer for linux with a brim-like anchor.
If you have problems anchoring with prusaslicer you can always reset the brim and skirt boxes and add raft layers.
Download the free program from the Josef Prusa website.
Prusaslicer linux compared to Cura is the difference between gold and iron.
It's just a tip to improve the use of the Ender3 without commercial purposes.
Good 3D print .
- 3D file format: GCODE and STL
- Last update: 2020/05/09 at 01:29
- Publication date: 2020/04/13 at 23:34
I am an architect and civil engineer .
I make 3D projects by profession and use an Ender 3pro printer to model everyday objects.
If you buy any of my projects or creations you can possibly ask for small changes at a cost to be agreed in advance, to adapt them to your particular needs.
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