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Ok, remember the iPhone stand I designed and published off to Ponoko? Well, they cut the parts and they arrived today. So, my review is complete – the service works!

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MAKE: Blog: Ponoko – laser cut item biz – Link.

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MAKE: Blog: Ponoko test drive, 2D drawing to physical item … – Link.

Phillip Torrone

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.

4 Responses to Follow up – Ponoko test drive, 2D drawing to physical item – making it real

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  1. TannerLD on said:

    Very cool. Looks like you got 4 sets. Whats the hole in it for? The cord?

  2. philliptorrone on said:


  3. Barnacle on said:

    It would be cool if you could take the experiment one step further and organise to sell the whole thing online. I could do with a couple if these (one for work and one for home).

  4. dingolishious on said:

    The service seemed great for rapid prototyping, I was happy with the materials cost. The cutting cost wasn’t bad and I’m sure I could optimize the design. Shipping costs killed it for me. I don’t need it overnight so I was caught off guard with the $60 quote with no options. I tried a couple of material options incase it was a size or weight issue but it seems set at $60.

    Just a bit too expensive to test drive on my dime.

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