A while a ago I ordered a cheap inductive charger like this one on eBay and was pleasantly surprised to find that it fully charges my Nexus 4 in around three hours. For some reason just having the charger wasn't enough and I had to build another stand with it:
The #Stickvise is awesome. I want one. What am I saying... I want ALL of them!
Unfortunately, it's currently not in my budget so what am I going to do about it? Well, build one out of stuff I have lying around, of course!
The astute reader will recognize the square aluminium profiles and acrylic from #Computer Numerical Considerations so that's where it gets its name from. I have to say, I feel a bit bad about the name but it just seemed fitting.
I felt like I was overlooking my phone's notification light when it was lying flat on my desk so I wanted to build a stand for it. I thought about making one out of wood or designing one and having it cut from a piece of acrylic. Then I thought, why not design it in Eagle and have it be made of FR-4 and that's when it hit me that I could reuse some of the (old) #Pro Trinket USB Keyboard PCBs: