We have seen tons of different homemade iPhone docks and stands here on geeky gadgets, like our very own recycled CD iPhone stand, this new one which was created by Tod Kurt looks pretty cool, it was made from laser cut pieces of acrylic.
Tod used four pieces of 1/4 inch acrylic, and all screwed together, I think it looks really cool, maybe a larger version would look great as well.
It is made of four slices of 1/4″ acrylic (actual width 0.22″). The top two slices have an oval opening just snug enough to fit the iPod connector and keep it in place with friction. The third slice has a channel for the cable to escape out the back, and the bottom slice keeps the cable from falling out and provides some pushback when the iPhone is inserted.
If you want to make your own, head on over to Tod’s website for full instructions and downloads.
via MakeFiled Under: Apple iPhone, DIY Projects, Gadgets News