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I am going to try this. It is neat. :)
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Simple and beautiful. Very nicely done!
Cool phone stand! I would make one for my tablet, but I don't want to lug around a 30lb. concrete block! :) - DylanD581
I recon demolding might be an issue with resin or epoxy, especially with undercuts. One advantage with a printed mold would be that you print the walls thin and you break it off once set. Sort of like a disposable mold. Maybe another option is to 3d print a positive and then coat it in pourable silicon that hardens and become an easy to remove mold.It all sound like fun, keep us informed of any experiments you do. - ynneb
What kind of concrete is that? I love that nice, clean look of the concrete in the stand. - DylanD581
I've been wanting to try that for a while. In addition to molding with concrete, I've thought about trying resin or epoxy too. - DylanD581
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