I wanted to create a customizable holder for iphone X, ipad min, ipad pro. To begin with, I started to measure the physical size of the devices, and then I designed the system. Although I was not able to print it totally because of limited time, I printed the model out about fifty percent.
Finally, I printed the modeling out as three-parts which can be put together as a core, wing and a bridge part. The parts can make a stand of three types which can hold for iPhoneX, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, responding the different sizes.
A Draft Modeling for the Final Project
Customizable Tablet Stand for iPhoneX, iPad Mini, iPad Pro I would like to design an adjustable stand for iPhoneX, iPad Mini and iPad Pro for the final project. I have a bunch of phones and tablets that have different size respectively, but I don’t have a proper stand which can hold them together. I think if there is a stand which can be responded to the size, it would be the best way to hold them.
To begin with, I started to make triangles and parallelograms by applying similar figures. Since these figures can be separated and put together, maintaining their shapes.
Finally, I created two-parts which can be put together as a core part and a bridge part. This system can make a stand of three types which can hold for iPhoneX, iPad Mini, iPad Pro, responding the different sizes.
ITERATION / IMPROVEMENT
2 weeks ago, I failed to print the model out clearly, so I added some supportable elements to make a better result. Especially, I concentrated on modeling objects a bit to assist physically weak parts such as a hole and an opened shape.
I started to make an iPhoneX stand. I’m planning to buy the phone soon, so I need to have a supportable object to use it on the table.
STEP 1 (Line, Curve, Filet, Offset)
STEP 2 (Patch, Point)
STEP 3 (ExtrudeCurve, Trim, CreateSolid)
STEP 4 (Rotate, ExtrudeCurve, BooleanSplit)
STEP 5 (Linear Dimension, Rotate3D, Scale)
STEP 6 (ExportSelected, Cura)
I have some stuff that I need to use on a daily basis such as earphones, keys, and lines. Since there is no proper shelf to arrange them, I try to untie the knot every morning. Because of this inconvenience, I designed an adjustable shelf which can be recreated by various blocks.
STEP 1 (Line, Polyline, Filet, Point, Divide)
+ Drawing the basic guideline to make the shelf (300X400mm)
STEP 2 (Circle, Extrude Surface, Loft) + Designing a module by using a circle.
+ Making a surface to build a shelf.
+ Extruding circle to make the holes of the shelf.
STEP 3 (Boolean Union)+ Making holes by using Boolean Union function.
STEP 4 (Extrude Surface, Scale 1D, Scale)
+ Designing blocks which can hang the stuff up.
STEP 5 (Move)+ Putting the two parts together, connecting from the blocks to the surface.
I usually start every morning, drinking a cup of coffee by this mug. When I came to NYC, I immediately bought this cup at the Bookstore to drink coffee on a daily basis. Although I designed a bunch of architectural projects by utilizing Rhino, I would like to focus on designing industrial products and appliances to create interactive products like IoT. Consequently, I started to create an ordinary product to looking into its usability.
STEP 01 (Line, Curve, Polyline, Offset, Fillet, Point)+ Drawing outlines by using polyline and curve functions.
+ Editing points to design the smooth shape.
STEP 02 (Revolve)+ Revolving lines to make the shape of the Mug.
STEP 03 (Arc, Sweep 2 Rails)+ Drawing four-arc to make an outline for the handle of the cup.
+ Sweeping 2 rails with the four-arc to make the rough handle.
STEP 04 (Text, Pull Curve)+ Texting the Logo of the cup by utilizing Text function.
+ Extracting the curves from Text.
+ Pulling the curve to a Surface of the mug by using Pull curve function.