PS5 Headphone and control stand

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PS5 Headphone and control stand

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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
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I got the idea when I was making a headphone stand and a game board. I wanted to make a kind of whole, so that I could put everything together after playing. I played around with the designs a bit and came up with a stylish headphone and gamepad holder. 
The PS 5 dualsense gamepad fits perfectly. 
I printed with a Bambulab X1C + AMS for the multi-colour combination. Since my son liked it, I made him a V2 version in a different colour combination. 
I hope you like the product and find it useful.

 

Update: Corrected top Z distance to 0.2 because it is too hard to remove support 

 

REMOVE THE SUPPORT GENTLY, USING PLIERS. 

 

3D PRINTING SETTINGS
layer height 0.2 mm
wall loops 3
15% Gyroid fill
Hybrid support tree on the build plate only

 

My new addition to the collection is a game stand  

Rober7Crow | Published - MakerWorld

 

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0.2mm layer, 3 walls, 15% infill
I love it looks great and easy to print
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Thank you very much, now enjoy playing PS5.
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incredible design! I ran out of silver filament so I switched to grey.
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Looks good, thanks for the 5 stars
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hi, i ve tried to print your model but it is impossible to do it correctly, i show yon with photos cause my ernglish is not very good for explain correctly. the head hurts non fused filaments and fail the print have you make "fusion" option when you have build your modeling work? it seem the differnts parts haven't fused together befor export in 3mf or something like that. otherwise yous desing is pretty cool very
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The model is made as a whole, combined in the MagaCad software. Then converted to Bambu studio and there processed with colours. When you colour in Bambu Studio, the colour is automatically layered into another filament. I printed 5 pieces myself, different colours. I also used the Fuzzy skin. With the first one I had a problem with the tree support because it broke, that's why it's so reinforced. But you also have an STL model and try to download it and you'll see it's all one piece.
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will this work with the dual sense edge? anyone tried it?
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is not perfect, please see attached photo
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Replying to @Rober7Crow :
thank you for checking and taking photos. close!
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Replying to @user_1782069048 :
no problem 🤷
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hi friend, sorry, can you have individual model with holes? i like print parts separately and fit them, i think is better to save filament. Thanks and great design
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I can make you a model with holes so you won't need so much support.
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please find attached link :) https://makerworld.com/en/models/158052#profileId-173478
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Replying to @Rober7Crow :
ohhh, ok, thanksss!! PRINT TODAYYY
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Mehh it took to long and broke ez so yeah not for me
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can i help ?
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I’m sure others would love it just not for me 😅
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id really love if you could post a step file, or at least seperate the controller and headphone stand so i can print each color/part seperate to save time and to save filament during color changes :)
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I do not have a step file, because i work in Megacad and i have just stl. If you want print a controller part, you can find here https://makerworld.com/en/models/152284#profileId-166218
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thank you very much!
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long print. doesn’t print well. also. major wasted filament.
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I have been informed that it is difficult to remove support. I did a test and changed the standard Z offset to 0.2mm. https://makerworld.com/en/models/158052#profileId-173478
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Excellent Print. Thank you.
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Printed well and looks very nice.
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Thanks for nice reply :)
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