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A simple yet elegant stand for your smartphone.

Step 1: Gather the Necessary Materials and Tools

Material: 1 length .125" Steel Wire

Tools: Wire Cutters, Pliers, Pack of Sugru

Time: 15 Minutes (+ 24-hour Sugru cure)

Skill Level: Easy

Sugru is not essential but it's pretty cool! And a nice addition to this bend.

Step 2: Bend

What you'll get before hand bending.

Step 3: Hand-Bend

We used round-nose pliers to bend both legs outward 90 degrees.

Step 4: Apply Sugru

Mold Sugru around wire for a non-slip coating and to protect your phone screen. One pack of Sugru was enough to coat two stands.

<p>Great Job Man!! I made one here out of some cardboard</p><p><a href="http://acarpenterslife.weebly.com/home/diy-phone-and-tablet-stand" rel="nofollow">http://acarpenterslife.weebly.com/home/diy-phone-a...</a></p>
further pics of my stripy design. Blue and Yellow. Still a great idea, thanks<br>
I didn't follow the directions carefully, but after buying a stand where the base broke within a couple of days, I made an inspired effort with this. Of course I ordered what's called &quot;Coolmorph&quot; and have a few different colours of insulation tape so thought a stripy design would be good (not done yet) but find any derivative as clever as this project is cheap and likable. 10 out of 10!
<p>nice</p>
link to your site?
<p>www.PensaLabs.com and www.PensaNYC.com</p>
great way to past the time and great way to keep your phone up and handy to use also whats the name of that machine you used I want one lol
<p>It's called a DIWire. Feel free to check out <a rel="nofollow">our site</a> if you want to learn more.</p>

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