Step 6: Final Adjustments

Put your Iphone in, and voila.

I needed adjustments such that the usb plug could go through the dock, make the main notch a bit larger, such that my iphone 3G (thicker than the 4) could fit as well...

For the 30 min it required, i am pretty glad with what I came up with, as I did not want to spend the scandalous money Apple is asking for their slick white dock.
<p>I had to make something for a school project and this was it!</p>
<p>Thank you very much. I used this design with an old piece of dead tree trunk, for an iPhone 5. I had to upgrade the drill bit size to fit the phone frame, everything else was per your instructions. Now I have an awesome DIY Valentine's Day gift to give!</p>
Cool ! Very nice. Sleek and elegant. Am gonna make one for myself !
Thanks. <br>An idea to improve the design would be to add some weight to the dock... I would be interested if you can post some pics about what you came up with.
WalScrap I think it is the coolest simplest dock design.. I was inspired to create this as well. I made mine about 4-5&quot; long which seemed to add the cantilever type of balance. Here is the first dock I noticed then tried to mimic http://simonyuen.com/2011/06/02/wood-phone-stand/

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