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July 23, 2015 AT 6:00 am

ShellPhone Stand [dual extrusion] #3DPrinting

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Alex Hatchman shared an update to his ShellPhone stand project.

ShellPhone Stand

UPDATE: added a Dual extrusion version – prints the same without support and looks even better!

This is my design for the 2014 Thingiverse Make-A-Thon and it won me first place! It prints with no supports within a 50mm^3 space. Once assembled, you simply rotate the nautilus shell to the desired angle and set your phone in, resting its back on the shell, keeping captive with the lip at the front.

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