Guys, by making this instruction I’ve understood that this thing is quite complicated. It requires some additional things like threaded inserts, bolts, soldering iron etc. I don’t want to disappoint those who wanted to make some easy thing. It is not the one of easy things. But I love it once I got finished it, so, I think it worth to try.
This is a phone holder which ideally fits to iPhone 12 pro max in the case. But this doesn’t mean that you cannot use it with other phones. E.g. iPhone 11 and XR are also ok and can be charged. It allows you to use magsafe charger.
The best thing abut it as you can change the tilt angle of your phone. It has 4 position for 72, 63, 54 and 45 degrees to your table.
To change the tilt angle you need to pull moving part from right to left to release holding teeth, then change the angle, after just stop pulling angle the springs will return the teeth to the closed position.
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