Thursday, January 31, 2013
Tutorial: Device Stand (for Cellphones / Tablets / Playbook / iPads)
The results of this DIY: not only did I end up with a travel headphone case but a travel stand too. Yes, a 2-in-1 DIY ;)
Items purchased cost less than $3 in total. Most items you can find at home.
What you'll need/Materials used:
- Metal pliers or scissors ($1-1.50)
- Headphone case box – I found this at a local Dollarama for $1
- Pencil or pen (No Markers!)
- Glasses / Protective glasses / Sunglasses (if it’s sunny) *optional
Hold the device close to the center of the box. If you own (or barrow) more than one device use the device with the thicker width. In this case, I’m using the Blackberry Playbook.
Trace/draw lines of the device onto the box with your pencil/pen. I refrained from using any marker as I was paranoid of getting markings on the device screen. We don’t want that!!! Make sure you have a total of 4 lines (2 for each side – front & back).
*You may want to put on your glasses/protective eyewear, small plastic do fly in unknown directions while cutting.*
Use the wire cutters/scissors to cut along the “inner section/side” of the drawn lines and stopping at the base. After you cut along lines, wiggle the “piece” to get it out.
Place your device in the stand. Ensure it’s placed equally balanced on both ends. If it seems too snug, repeat Step 3 by trimming plastic sides slowly.
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