3D printed Virtual Reality gear

Our target was to design a VR headset that can be fully 3D printed. The soft parts such as the straps and foam can be printed using a flexible filament. However, the real challenge was to design it in a way that it doesn’t need any screw or another external component (this needs few drops of glue only). Use of lenses at 37mm. The first version can be found at the end of the post. The length of the smartphone should be at 140mm approximately. This VR headset is fully adjustable, but if you still have a small issue with the focus try to switch places on the parts 2a and 2b. There are two types of straps with length at 190mm and 250mm. Using the short straps, there are extensions (part 9) that should be printed also. This model is better than a simple Google Cardboard or a VR box and improves the experience of the virtual reality games.

Free 3D model of VR gear for 3D printing
Rendered assembly of a fully 3D printed VR headset
Free models of a fully 3D printed VR headset
3D printed of a VR headset
Free 3D models of fully 3D printed VR headset
Assembly of a 3D printed VR headset

 

(1x) PLA filament
(1x) Flexible filament
(1x) BiConvex Lenses 37mm x 45mm
Download Design: Link
Print List:
(1x) Part 1
(1x) Part 2a
(1x) Part 2b
(2x) Part 2c
(2x) Part 2d
(1x) Part 3
(1x) Part 3a
(2x) Part 3b
(1x) Part 4
(1x) Part 5
(1x) Part 6: Use of Flexible filament with 10% to 50% infill density
(3x) Part 7: Use of Flexible filament with 10% to 50% infill density
(1x) Part 8: Use of Flexible filament with 5% infill density (it makes it like a sponge)
(2x) Part 9: Use of Flexible filament with 10% to 50% infill density


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