Nintendo NES switch dock cover / wallmount

Nintendo NES switch dock cover / wallmount

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A1 mini
P1S
P1P
X1
X1 Carbon
X1E
A1

0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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17.6 h
8 plates

0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
Designer
2.8 h
1 plate

0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
Designer
51 min
1 plate

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Description

A switch dock inspired by the classical NES with a wallmount option.

There are three slots for switch games under the lid and the LED of the switch is visible throught the front.

 

If you own more than three games i can recomend a very appropriate switch game holder here ;) https://makerworld.com/en/models/470337#profileId-379835

 

I have a A1 mini so i had to design around a smaller buildplate.

Pretty straight forward assembly, just glue the parts together as straight as possible.

Only three remarks.

*When gluing the NES controller connectors, its easier to glue them in to the base first, then the black cover.

*The pins for the lid. The shorter one mounts to the left and the longer one to the right

* Glue the black L-shaped cover last. It is this piece that holds the lid in place.

 

Update!

I have added two printprofiles with a lid and buttons with text. These have NOT been tested or printed by me since i dont own a AMS so any feedback from those who dare to ty them out is greatly appreciated

 

Happy Printing! :)

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Really cool! Would be awesome, if you could also add the red "Nintendo Entertainment Systems" text to the lid or some other part that could be printed horizontally!
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I am going to upload a lid with the nintendo logo and buttons with "power" and "reset" text on them. Unfortunately i dont have a AMS to test it with so i have no idea how the print will look
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Replying to @user_3825635721 :
Awesome! As long as the text isn't showing up too thin after slicing (less than one line width) it should be fine!
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Replying to @mar_leo :
Done! ;)
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What greys filaments did you use?
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Dark grey and black is esun pla+, light grey is Chitu Systems pla+
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Replying to @user_3825635721 :
Thanks! They work perfectly and I always have trouble matching up greys when ordering.
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Nice
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Thank you!! And a huge thank you for the boost!
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