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If you print the record with a .4 or less nozzle, you will see the grooves in the record!!
It has been brought to my attention that this device will also work well with Samsung Galaxy model phones. The phone insert dimensions are 88mm x 19mm, and from what I can tell this will also likely accommodate a Galaxy Note sized phone as well! Possibly its case too! Its hard to stay current and design with every single phone configuration in mind. If you have a phone with speakers on the very bottom by the charger cable, please list your phone model in the comments below. This device will work with any phone speakers on the bottom, located on either side of the charge cable, and within above dimensions. Enjoy!
140 years of audio technology in one slick desktop unit. Add your charger cable through the bottom hole to charge you device while listening through the phonograph. The purpose of this design is to further amplify the sound of the iPhone by channeling the sound through the device and out the bell of the phonograph (gramophone). Focusing the direction of the sound through the bell makes the sound seem twice as loud. This model has been printed successfully on Stratasys F370. It should print well on any printer but starting here with these printers, I know that the design can be produced and assembled properly.
Most pieces can be printed with no or minimal supports with the exception of the bell. The bell will test your 3d printing skills and your printers skills.
This is a large print/assembly. Roughly 4.5" x 9.5" footprint. The bell will be the most difficult piece to print. You will need supports when printing this piece. When I printed this, I printed it with the mouth of the bell directly on the bed. Same material supports will work. The rest of the pieces including the base could be printed without supports.
Print the Case shim adapter out of a Flexible material if you have it available. This piece helps retain the charger cord once in the base. If no flex material is available, any material will work, but flex is nice here.
For this design I used Solidworks 2017 to create all pieces. I also used Solidworks add-in Photoview 360 for the rendering of assembly and section views.