For a friend I designed this note block adaptor to use into a car.
He owns some spare mobile holders which are pluged in on the ventilation grid.
Who knows if someone else out there can also find this things useful. :-)
It looks nicer and smoother in a 0.2mm layer height resolution, but 0.3mm is also good for this thing.
There is no real need for post processing. The object is desinged to be printed as shown in the images and does not require any support.
First version created in OpenSCAD
The first versions I designed in OpenSCAD to have a first printed one (I call it prototype since the first version always shows it is not finished yet and the one who requests starts to give the interesting and real input.) :-)
Feel free to adapt the script to fit your required needs.
Next versions created in Fusion 360
Since I started to learn to use Fusion 360, I did re-create the same object in there and achieved, my personal opinion, a nicer look in a short time. It is to be considered that I already knew what I was going to model and had all details ready.
When I showed it to my friend he liked it but there was a "BUT" .....
Well he showed me a different kind of mobile holder for the car he owned and that one had a larger opening than the first one.
So I decided to adapt my model to that detail and what came out was a third version of it.
Since it became larger on the back side I decided to add a second pen holder slot.
The shared Fusion 360 sources contains my first steps with that fanstastic software, so please be nice to me if you see what could be done in a different way.
Every feedback is welcome. :-)
same shape and size as the one created with OpenSCAD
latest version with two pen holder slots and larger back side to fit on wider sized car adaptors