Introduction: Book Assistant
A simple yet indispensable tool for every bookworm! The Book Assistant allows a reader to conquer any text one-handed. Small and light, the Book Assistant goes where you do!
Step 1: Design Phase
After my preliminary sketches, I designed the device using 123D Design. This program is not as user friendly as other programs (like SketchUp), but it is pretty powerful once you get over the learning curve. It is also free, which is always a plus.
Step 2: Thumb Phase
Make sure you measure your thumb so you print the appropriate size. My thumb was a little over 2cm above the first knuckle.
- Small: <1.5cm
- Medium: 1.5cm-2.5cm
- Large: >2.5cm
No worries if the sizes that I have provided do not work for you. I have included the 123D Design file so that you can edit the device to fit you best.
Step 3: Print and Enjoy Phase
Use your 3D printer to print the device. After the raft has been removed and some light sanding to smooth out the rough edges, the Book Assistant is complete!
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