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iPhonograph Samsung Galaxy Sony Xperia Apple iPhone Charging Dock Holder (Any Speaker on Bottom Phones)

by CMDesigns Nov 6, 2017
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the shim isn't a readable file for me what am i doing wrong lol

Sorry for the confusion, but you are likely doing everything correctly. I had the model file of the shim uploaded. I have now added the shim STL file for you to print. Thank you for bringing that to my attention. Happy Printing!!!

Made it. Love it. Thanks.
(it would be nice if the bell stay higher over the record platform, maybe changing the angle of it... just an idea).

Glad you like it! You are right about the bell. I had that same thought cross my mind while designing this model. I based this model off an old gramophone picture and it had a low slung bell. Most others seem to have more clearance above the record. But the time I had allotted my self for this design was dwindling and I was trying to make sure proportion, function, and fit. Maybe ill revisit that idea and the proper splitting of the bell so it can be printed in two colors as a whole, or printed in pieces then assembled. Thanks for the feedback.

Would this fit a Galaxy s8? I love your print but hate iphones and would love to make this.

Im thinking it will now that you mention it. The opening is 88mm x 19mm. Any phone with a speaker on the bottom and within those dimensions should work well. I bet there are many more phones this would work with. Id say go for it.

Question: If it needs a shim if you don't have a thick case - does that mean this is already sized to accomodate an iPhone 7 PLUS - in a thick case such as an Otterbox?

Yes I made the opening oversized to allow for the large cases. When building I used otterbox and Lifeproofs largest case dimensions , and then slightly offset those to allow for some wiggle room. The shim helps cut out some of the front to back wiggle room, also helps to retain cord. I would print the shim anyways to see how your phone fits with it. Its a very small piece, easy print and will likely make your phone more stable in the holder. I would love to see another print of this assembly. Happy Printing!

That's terrific! Too few people consider the real-world and use of these heavier cases to protect what is often a US$1,000 (and up) device.
I have a Spannerhands box printing for the next 15hours - but when that is done I want to do this, and make use of some of the colored PLA I bought and haven't even opened yet. I'll be sure to add an "I made this" when its all done.

Very cool. Thank you!