This cellphone holder can be attached to the wheelchair frame (it can be attached to the joystic holder on the frame of electric chairs).
This was designed for people unable to hold with their hand a cellphone, so they can use it more easily. (in this case the patient has a spinal cord injury, so he also need a orthosis that keep one of his finguer in position for use the touchscreen)
This object was made for the "Mutual de Seguridad C.Ch.C" from Chile. In a project of the Direction of innovation and development, and the Neuro rehabilitation institute.
Post-Printing (see images)
Putt the “Small axis” as it’s showed in the picture. 2. Melt the top end of the “Small axis” with a soldering gun (or something that allows you locally melt plastic), it should be stick to the “Base cel” part, this will allow the rotation and block the movement when it’s horizontal. 3. Assemble the rest of pieces, you may need screws or print your own pin. You will need to drill 2 holes on “Axis p1”.