Easy Avengers Smartphone Stand

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Introduction: Easy Avengers Smartphone Stand

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Hello Instructables..... Today I'm back with a epic project which is not only very easy to make.. But also quite usefull accessories to have.... Any marvel fan will love to make this project for their own collection as well as daily basis usage....

Full tutorial video on Youtube - Free video

For the "back to basic" contest I was thinking for something both easy and useful.. A project which anyone can do.... So that's why I created this project fro you all.... I basically made templates which you can just print and can start the project.... The only meterials I used in this project are 'Cardboard' & 'Craft Glue'....
So without wasting any more time... Let's start the process... "DIY makers Assemble" πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰...

Step 1: Things We Gonna Need...

I wanted to make this project as simple as anyone can do... I choose particular those items which are commonly available in our house...

Materials...


Basically, these are all the items anyone will need for recreating this project... If anyone found difficulties in printing the files... He/she can even copy the design on paper by own hands.... (coz the templates are that much easy to copy)
Also if anyone wants to use a thicker cardboard sheet. (whichever you can found is always perfect for this project... Just don't take too thick a sheet...) they can easily alter the templates as their needs... To match the cardboard thickness...

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Step 2: Preparing the Templates

For making the project...we Firstly need to print the templates... (If anyone get problem with the files.... Pls feel free to contact....). If printing is not possible... Then try to just copy the designs on a blank sheet of paper.... The templates are very easy to copy...

Print the templates on A4 white papers.... Check if your printer is printing in pepper 100% print ratio...if no then try to scale the print....

Step 3: Transferring the Templates on Cardboard

After the printing is done... Cut and paste the templates on a big or small pieces of cardboard....
As I previously said... Anyone can take any cardboard... But I will suggest a strong one... As that will give the stand more rigidity....

Glue down the templates on the cardboard and let it dry for sometime....

Step 4: Cutting the Pieces

After the glue is dried and the templates are fixed on their places... It's time to cut the pieces out of the cardboard sheet....
I used both my scissors, craft knife & a cheap coping saw.(coping saw is totally optional as the similar result can be easily get by other tools)...
As I sticked the templates in a compact order on the cardboard.... I got some trouble in cutting the pieces.... If someone wants.. They can easily spread the templates over a big piece of cardboard.... I just wanted to save a little bit of cardboard and thus I did that compact sticking for utilising the whole cardboard properly.....

Step 5: Making the Pieces Perfect

After all the pieces are cut off and they are ready for the next step... It's a good time to make the piece more perfect... I will suggest going slow while cutting the piece... As that will save a ton of time later...
I used some old sandpaper for the rough surfaces... Anyone can do something similar...
Just make sure that the pieces are as neet and clean as possible...

Step 6: Making the Base

After the pieces are done and all roughly finalized... It's time to start assembling the pieces...
Firstly we will start from the base part...

For that purpose... We have to stick the large pieces with glue with each other... And have to use some paper clips for attaching the piece until the glue dries... The given photos can be used as a reference...

Step 7: Making the Holder...

As we fixed the base pieces... It's time for gluing the smaller pieces together.. You can start by the holder part...

Stick the 3 small pieces together and clamp them with paper clips.....

Step 8: Joining the Remaining Pieces

After all the major pieces are joined and the glue dries. Add the 2 support pieces with the base... And keep continuing to glue pieces in their corresponding places...
Here I also added my channel logo... You can skip that... If you want... You can use your own logo or design...
Make sure to stick the small triangular piece firmly in place... Because that will work as the main support for the holder upper part...

Use plenty of glue to stick the pieces firmly...

Here I wanna mention one thing..... You can use hot glue... For sticking the pieces and holding them in place while the glue dries... It's totally optional... You can do that if you want... I instead used some scrap masking tape for my project...

Step 9: Start Making the Tray

After the whole thing got assembled and the part becomes ready for painting... You will find a black space at the base...
Initially, I thought to fill the base with concrete or sand to make the stand more stable but then decided to use that space for a good purpose...
So I designed a box just-right size of the empty space... This tray can be used to store small cards and pen drives and other small stuff

So print that also and stick the single template on a piece of hard paper...

Step 10: Complete the Tray...

After the tray template is printed and glued down on a hard paper..... It's time to complete the tray...

Just follow the folding process... And glue the flaps in their corresponding places... I think this is not a very hard job...
I stuck an extra piece of hard paper in the tray base...
Then slide the tray in the base..... And glue the remaining cardboard piece from outside along with a small piece of cardboard as a handle... Which will be very useful later...

Step 11: Fix All Parts at Their Places...

After the tray is complete... It's time to inspect for any fault or imperfections... And redoing them... Or fixing them...

Check for all the pieces and do a test fit with your smartphone this time..... (if you are using a bulkier phone with a fat cover... Then the fitting will be problematic for you... And you have to adjust the length of the rest plate beforehand...)

Thus the smartphone Stand is ready for painting job.....

Step 12: Draw the Designs...

After the stand is done... It's time for painting this project.... And for that... I will suggest making a rough sketch for the design... As this is completely your personal choice...

Here I selected the endgame suit design and made rough marking with a pencil and a small scale on the body of the stand...

Once again you can customize this step Also....

Step 13: Colour the Stand

Now when the outlining work is done... It's time to paint the smartphone Stand...

I'm using cheap acrylic paints.... You can use whatever colour you have lying around....

Here I wanna give a small tip.... Paint the lighter colours Firstly... Then do the dark colours... As that will make the work lot easier to do....

Colour the whole thing including the bottom.... And let the paint cure for at least 5 hours... Based on the paint you used...

Step 14: And We Are Done....

And after doing all this madness... Out own DIY marvel Avengers Smartphone Stand is complete....

I think that this project will not only be easy for everyone but will also be a collectible item for Marvel fans...

I basically try to make things which everyone can replicate... I make things and post them on my channel (link is in my bio)... You can check my other marvel related projects on Instructables (especially my MK 1 arc reactor replica) both on Instructables and youtube....

If you do the steps properly.. Then the stand should come out super strong and this will not look like a cheap project... Though this was made just with cardboard......

I will suggest one thing... That though the project is super simple... But don't try to speed up the process... Take plenty of time... And patients... So the pieces come beautifully...

Thanks for having a look at my project... And a great thank you to Instructables for giving such a great opportunity to show my projects to the world..

For more details and a full video tutorial you may also go to my youtube channel where I will upload the whole process from start to end with more details...(as soon as I can finish the editing...)

Thanks for having a look at this project...

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    13 Comments

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    billy mcbob
    billy mcbob

    8 months ago

    I'm new to this website, where are the templates? also the other papers are blocking the templates so I can't draw them

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    Infinity Workshop
    Infinity Workshop

    Reply 8 months ago

    I have included the templates... Pls have a look.... πŸ˜„

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    billy mcbob
    billy mcbob

    Reply 7 months ago

    thanks, I need access though...

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    cerrmcneel
    cerrmcneel

    8 months ago

    Where are the templates? Could you please post and mention how to find them. In your instructable you mention that we could easily download and print however they are no where to be found. Other than that great project. And I would love to give it a try.

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    Infinity Workshop
    Infinity Workshop

    Reply 8 months ago

    I have fixed the problem.. Pls have a look now.... πŸ˜„

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    rhtechteacher
    rhtechteacher

    Question 8 months ago on Introduction

    Hi,
    Please would you let me know where the templates are as this is a clever idea.
    Thanks.

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    Infinity Workshop
    Infinity Workshop

    Answer 8 months ago

    Pls have a look now.. I have uploaded the links... πŸ˜„

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    ABS99DOOM
    ABS99DOOM

    Question 9 months ago on Step 2

    Hi...I cant access the templates...It says I need access...Can you help?
    Thanks
    P.S. Great job thinking of this

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    Infinity Workshop
    Infinity Workshop

    Answer 8 months ago

    I have fixed the issue.... Pls have a look..

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    Sabyasachi Sharma
    Sabyasachi Sharma

    1 year ago

    πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

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    madhumita.gs
    madhumita.gs

    1 year ago on Step 14

    Very creative ideaπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    Infinity Workshop
    Infinity Workshop

    Reply 1 year ago

    Thank you so much 😊