I take a lot of pictures of different objects. My tablets protective case holds it at an angle that is not very suited for taking pictures. I designed a tablet holder that would hold my tablet at a slight angle which was needed to keep it from falling forward.
This is my first attempt.
It came out pretty good. But, there was one main issue. There was no way to plug the micro-USB power cable into it. I do not want the tablet to die during a video shoot. It needed a hole on the bottom of the stand. Also, it was printed without the support structure, so there was strings of plastic on the stand.
Second attempt: Better – however, the hole for the micro-USB cable could be a little larger and when I placed the “holes” for the dish part overlapped in the printing part. There are still some plastic strings hanging down.
Third attempt: Success!
Print Time: 12 hours 37 minutes
Filament: PLA – 7.32 meters 60 grams
Layer height: 0.1 mm
Shell Thickness: 0.8
Object Size (W, D, H): 125.087, 102.268, 95.598 mm
Published on Youmagine.com: https://www.youmagine.com/designs/tablet-holder-b4c1eceb-f198-4414-81b8-d43c3be6afa6
2 thoughts on “3D Print – Tablet Holder”
I love it.
It is working really great. I can put the tablet in the stand, open up a electronic book and look at the book while doing 3d modeling.