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Thin tablet stand for horizontal(landscape) placement of 10-inch tablets free 3d print model download

I find it annoying to always carry a tablet stand with me to take my 10-inch tablet out of the house and use it on the table. So I created a thin stand that can be attached to a tablet.[assembly] Print the four parts and attach the magnet and iron plate to the inner dents. Combine so that the bulge of the parts is on the inside. I put rubber on the body1 to prevent slipping. I don?t think this is absolutely necessary. Attach body4 to the tablet with double-sided tape. I stuck it on a soft cover made of TPU.[magnet] When I disassembled the tablet case that was no longer needed, I got a thin magnet of ?15, so I used it. [Iron plate] I cut off the tongue of the cord hook of the one coin shop, peeled off the protective tapes, and used it. [Double-sided tape] General double-sided tape has a structure in which the base material is sandwiched between adhesive layers, but the strength is insufficient when adhering to soft materials or objects with uneven surfaces. I used a tape whose base material is also an adhesive layer. [Precautions about strength] Since I kept in mind to make it thin, I think that it will be damaged if strong force is applied. I think it is better not to hold the stand and hang the tablet.I uploaded the file of Fusion 360, so please modify it. When changing the length of parts, the ratio of the distance between axes in each part must be 1:1:0.5:1.5.Print SettingsPrinter: KINGROON KP3 with cooling fan Rafts: No Supports: Doesn?t Matter Resolution: 0.2 Infill: 20% Filament_brand: ? Filament_color: ? Filament_material: PLACredits: Toshi_ Rate this 3D modelDownload 3D modelsFileFile size Thin+tablet+stand+for+horizontal(landscape)+placement+of+10-inch+tablets1 MB

Thin tablet stand for horizontal(landscape) placement of 10-inch tablets free 3d print model download


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I find it annoying to always carry a tablet stand with me to take my 10-inch tablet out of the house and use it on the table. So I created a thin stand that can be attached to a tablet.[assembly] Print the four parts and attach the magnet and iron plate to the inner dents. Combine so that the bulge of the parts is on the inside. I put rubber on the body1 to prevent slipping. I don?t think this is absolutely necessary. Attach body4 to the tablet with double-sided tape. I stuck it on a soft cover made of TPU.[magnet] When I disassembled the tablet case that was no longer needed, I got a thin magnet of ?15, so I used it. [Iron plate] I cut off the tongue of the cord hook of the one coin shop, peeled off the protective tapes, and used it. [Double-sided tape] General double-sided tape has a structure in which the base material is sandwiched between adhesive layers, but the strength is insufficient when adhering to soft materials or objects with uneven surfaces. I used a tape whose base material is also an adhesive layer. [Precautions about strength] Since I kept in mind to make it thin, I think that it will be damaged if strong force is applied. I think it is better not to hold the stand and hang the tablet.I uploaded the file of Fusion 360, so please modify it. When changing the length of parts, the ratio of the distance between axes in each part must be 1:1:0.5:1.5.Print SettingsPrinter: KINGROON KP3 with cooling fan Rafts: No Supports: Doesn?t Matter Resolution: 0.2 Infill: 20% Filament_brand: ? Filament_color: ? Filament_material: PLACredits: Toshi_ Rate this 3D modelDownload 3D modelsFileFile size Thin+tablet+stand+for+horizontal(landscape)+placement+of+10-inch+tablets1 MB

Thin tablet stand for horizontal(landscape) placement of 10-inch tablets free 3d print model download

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