I take lots of notes and I had the need to scan them quickly so you can consult online. Any scanner was too slow to digitize many hundreds of pages of my moleskine. Taking a good photo was a good solution. I thought I'd use my iPhone for this purpose. They needed a support that does not give problems of shadows and it was simple and stable.
This is the final result.
To create this scanner for iPhone I used:
1 sheet of 10mm FOREX feather or similar material on the size 60x40cm
1 iPhone cover
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Step 1: Bridge
The FOREX feather is a light material consists of a sandwich of PVC with polyurethane inside.
I cut the pieces as the attached pdf.
Dashed lines were cut with angles from 45 ° so as to leave a layer of PVC does not cut that will support the next bend.
Even in the large rectangle cuts have left a layer of PVC cut to fit at best the bridge.
Step 3: Stand
The cover of the iPhone has been glued with hot glue in the bridge and the bridge was glued to the base.
And here is the scanner iPhone in all its glory to transform in digital any sheet, book or note.