Apple Vision Pro Stand

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Apple Vision Pro Stand

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0.2mm layer, 4 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 4 walls, 15% infill
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5.9 h
1 plate
4.9(17)

V2.1 - Smooth Base, Clean supports, Reduced cleanup
V2.1 - Smooth Base, Clean supports, Reduced cleanup
4 h
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4.9(19)

V2.1 (Ironed Version) Minimal Supports
V2.1 (Ironed Version) Minimal Supports
4.6 h
1 plate
5.0(8)

No supports 0.2mm layer, 4 walls, 15% infill
No supports 0.2mm layer, 4 walls, 15% infill
5.7 h
1 plate
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This is a stand for the Apple Vision Pro I made out of a desire to have a compact, vertical stand for my desk and being unable to find one available that did that. You can either print the included rod, or use a dowel of your own choosing that is 0.75" and 215 mm in length (using something fun like walnut, brass, copper, or steel can add a cool look!). It uses four 6 mm rubber feet on the bottom.

 

This is for my 23W light seal model, I'm admittedly not sure how other sizes work with this. Might need to scale the pringle up/down.

 

I printed mine on a Bambu P1S with white marble PLA filament (also from Bambu). I recommend binding all the pieces together with superglue.

 

This is a stand I made for fun in Fusion 360. If you print this and something bad happens I do not take responsibility. You are free to distribute/sell this physically if you would like, but please do not distribute the software files on any other site.

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Prints beautifully, I also printed the dowel from PLA Carbon and it’s very sturdy. nice simple, elegant design.
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Wowww. I love that! What is the reddish filament?
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Replying to @christianselig :
Bambu Labs red PLA-CF
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can you direct me to the dowel print? im new to 3d printing
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i tried making it in copper filament but the filament ran out =/ edges very jaggedy, any suggestions?
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0.12 height on a P1S, 4 wall loops, tree supports. will try to reset it to designer default.
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Weird, did you print with that part down? It's pretty flat up there so it should be pretty trivial for a printer to print. I would make sure the part with the dowel hole is the side on the bed (and use supports for the bottom), then try printing at an even finer resolution for the top half (you can use variable layer height to make the bottom half 0.2 mm, and the top half 0.08 mm for instance). I would think that would resolve it nicely. Also I don't know much about copper filament, if it's a fancy filament with actual copper in it that might just be a trickier material to print, it was pretty straightforward with Bambu's marble PLA for me. Also I'd recommend placing the Vision Pro on the stand the opposite way, the nose cut out on the stand is intended to form to the nose part of the Vision Pro and it sits at a bit of a weird angle if you use it the other direction
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Replying to @christianselig :
Hey Christian! Thank you so much for this model. Printing it right now, and will be printing the dowel after. What settings do you suggest for the dowel? Unsure if it should be generic settings or the same as the Pringle/ base :)
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Printed on X1C with Bambu Filament White and Silver.
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Love this, what material did you go with for the rod? That looks awesome
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Where the heck do you find a metal rod like that?
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Replying to @user_300493544 :
it’s silver PLA as he specified
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V2.1 - Smooth Base, Clean supports, Reduced cleanup
not bad.. not bad at all!
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Thanks!
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I’m finding the weight of the headset causes the top piece it rests on to tilt forward and detach from the rod. Any tips?! Love the design tho :)
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I would try super gluing it if you haven't already!
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I used a bit of wood glue
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Why is this happening with the tree supports 🥲Tried multiple times with different settings but it looks like this every try..
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That's really weird, is your filament properly dry? Maybe it's absorbed too much moisture over time? If not try switching to a "normal" style support instead of a tree support, and/or if your printer is enclosed (like the P1S or X1C) try printing with the door and top open so the PLA doesn't overheat, or even printing without supports, I never really needed them with my filament.
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the other parts of the stand are printing fine, only the tree supports are weird. If I choose normal supports, I still see tree supports after slicing it 😕It is the A1 so it is open.
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V2.1 (Ironed Version) Minimal Supports
fitting well and setting safely
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thanks for the rating!
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0.2mm layer, 4 walls, 15% infill
This printed very well and looks great!
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Love the multicolors
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Great print
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Great dowel choice!!
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Very nice. I printed in white and gray PLA to match the AVP aesthetic. Perfect fit.
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That's so smart, I love how that turned out!
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