I wanted a wireless charging cradle with a steep angle, so I could view the screen while at my desk. Most of the wireless chargers lay flat or at a slight angle. I decided to purchase a cheap wireless charger for $20 and build my own. Phones with a thickness less than 11mm should work fine. Leave a comment if you want a model with a different phone thickness.
Here is the wireless charger I purchased.
The phone cradle has been modeled to print quickly. My printer managed to print it off in around an hour. Other phone cradles that I tried to print took forever to print for what they are.
Here are the slicing settings used with my 0.35mm nozzel
- Model wall thickness: 1.6mm (This is not a setting but the thickness of the model)
- Skin thickness: 0.8mm
- Number of loops: 2
- Extrusion width: 0.4mm
- Layer thickness: 0.2mm
- Infill: 100%
The filament used in this print came from ORDSolutions.com
|3D Software:||Solid Edge|
|Printer Used:||Type A|