Earphones holder

Earphones holder

Gadgets, Other wearables, Smartphone, Wearable/Fashion

3D model of an earphones holder for 3D printing

Make a smart earphones holder by 3D printing our proposed model. Print the clips and use a piece of a flexible filament to hold your earbuds around your neck all the time.

Free 3D model of an earphones holder
3D printed earphones holder

Cut a piece of a flexible filament at the right size, pass it through the hole and make a knob. You can also burn it a little bit with a lighter.

Free 3D model of an earphones holder
Use a piece of a flexible filament for the earphones holder

Free 3D model of an earphones holder
3D printed earphones holder

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of one perimeter line.

Layer Height

Low.

Printing speed

Low.

Travel speed

High.

DOWNLOAD DESIGN: LINK
(1X) PLA FILAMENT
(1X) FLEXIBLE FILAMENT


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Smartphone gaming grip with screen magnifier

Smartphone gaming grip with screen magnifier

Favourite projects, Gadgets, Popular posts, Smartphone

3D model of a universal gaming controller for smartphones with screen magnifier

This is the updated version of our smartphone gaming controller with a screen magnifier for the best gaming experience. Download for free an adjustable gaming grip for smartphones or light consoles with nice fitting and ergonomic design as it was the previous model but now live the gaming experience magnified. This game controller was printed with a carbon filament and can be adjusted in various smartphones; up to 5-6 inches smartphone. The previous version can fit larger smartphone downloading and printing the ‘long holder’ and using longer springs. If you have printed the previous version, the only thing that you need to print is the left and right part 3.

Free 3D model of gaming pad with screen magnifier
Rendered view of a gaming pad 3D model with screen magnifier holder

 

Free 3D model of gaming pad with screen magnifier
Front view of the 3D printed gaming pad with screen magnifier

Use of a spring or even a simple rubber.

Back view of the 3D printed gaming pad


Handle Left/Right Part 1

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

Medium. Lower layer height makes smoother surfaces.

Printing speed

High printing speed with low printing for the last layers.

Travel speed

High.

Handle Left/Right Part 2

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

Medium. Lower layer height makes smoother surfaces.

Printing speed

High.

Travel speed

High.

 


Handle Left/Right Part 3

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

Medium. Lower layer height makes smoother surfaces.

Printing speed

High.

Travel speed

High.

Holder

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

High.

Printing speed

Medium printing speed. At the last layers probably there is a need for lower speed because the part can be detached from the vibrations.

Travel speed

Medium travel speed, because the extruder nozzle can unstack the part.

DOWNLOAD DESIGN: LINK
COMPONENTS:
(1X) MAGNIFIER SHEET 180X120 (MM)
(7X) BOLTS 3MMX10MM
(1X) NUTS 3MM
(2X) SPRINGS OR SIMPLE RUBBERS
(1X) CARBON FILAMENT


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Smartphone gaming grip

Smartphone gaming grip

Gadgets, Smartphone

3D model of a universal gaming controller for smartphones

Download for free an adjustable gaming grip for smartphones or light consoles with nice fitting and ergonomic design. This game controller was printed with a carbon filament and can be adjusted in various smartphones. All the parts can be 3D printed with no supports and seven screws are enough for the assembly. At the figures, the smartphone’s size is at 5 inches but also a longer holder is included for iPhones and Galaxy smartphones.

Smartphone gaming controller (grip)
3D model of a smartphone gaming pad for 3D printing

Smartphone gaming grip
Front view of the 3D printed smartphone gaming controller.

Use of a spring or even a simple rubber.

Back view of the 3D printed gaming pad
Free 3D model of a smartphone gaming grip for 3D printing
A smartphone gaming controller with ergonomic design


Handle Left/Right Part 1

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

Medium. Lower layer height makes smoother surfaces.

Printing speed

High printing speed with low printing for the last layers.

Travel speed

High.

Handle Left/Right Part 2

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

Medium. Lower layer height makes smoother surfaces.

Printing speed

High.

Travel speed

High.

 

Holder

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

High.

Printing speed

Medium printing speed. At the last layers probably there is a need for lower speed because the part can be detached from the vibrations.

Travel speed

Medium travel speed, because the extruder nozzle can unstack the part.

You can download an extension here. Use of a magnifier of a better gaming experience.

Free 3D model of gaming pad with screen magnifier
Rendered view of a gaming pad 3D model with screen magnifier holder
Free 3D model of gaming pad with screen magnifier
Front view of the 3D printed gaming pad with screen magnifier

 

DOWNLOAD DESIGN: LINK
COMPONENTS:
(7x) BOLTS 3MMX10MM
(1x) NUTS 3MM
(2x) SPRINGS oR SIMPLE RUBBERS
(1x) CARBON FILAMENT


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Smartphone holder for a shoulder rig

Smartphone holder for a shoulder rig

Camera, Gadgets, Smartphone

Film and let your phone help you

An extra 3D printed product for our shoulder rig design. Use your smartphone as an extra tool during shooting using a relative app. Find the best angle, measure the distance and more. In the Google Play you can find numerous apps which make your mobile a tool.

Free 3D model of a smartphone holder for a shoulder rig
3D printed smartphone holder for a sholder rig

Free 3D model of a smartphone holder for a shoulder rig
Back view of a 3D printed smartphone holder for a shoulder rig


Under the phone holder, there are other two holes with a diameter of 18mm for an extra shoulder base.

 

Free 3D printed smartphone holder for a shoulder rig
3D printed smartphone holder assembled in a shoulder rig
Free 3D model of a smartphone holder for shoulder rig
Rendered view of a smartphone holder assembled in a shoulder rig
For All parts

Supports or rafts

These parts does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of  three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

Medium to high.

Printing speed

High.

Travel speed

High.

Download Designs: Link
(1x) PLA filament
Download Shoulder Rig: Link
Components:
(3x) Bolts 5mmX25mm (hexagon head)
(3x) Nuts 5mm
(3x) Washers 5mm
(3x) Lock-washers 5mm
(1x) Ruber


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VR headset (fully 3D printed)

VR headset (fully 3D printed)

Favourite projects, Gadgets, Popular posts, Smartphone

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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Screen magnifier for smartphones

Screen magnifier for smartphones

Gadgets, Smartphone

3D model of a smartphone screen magnifier

A low-cost screen magnifier for smartphones using a magnifier sheet. It can be used for movies or even as a second screen for a laptop, you just need to download a relative application.There is no need for support and can be fabricated with a high 3D printing speed. This product was printed with PLA filament.

Free 3D model of a smartphone screen magnifier for 3D printing
3D printed smartphone screen magnifier
Free 3D models of a smartphone screen magnifier
Front view of a 3D printed smartphone screen magnifier

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of  three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

High.

Printing speed

High.

Travel speed

High.

Download Design: Link
(1x) Magnifier Sheet 180X120 (mm)
(1x) PLA filament


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Mini stylus pen

Mini stylus pen

Gadgets, Smartphone

3D printed stylus pen

A capacitive touch screen is made by an array of sensors and is able to identify a contact through the electrical voltage variations. A simple stylus pen works as a conductor and transmits an electrical charge between your finger and the screen. Then a microprocessor detects the electrical changes and estimates the coordinates of the touch. Thus, using a conductive filament is possible to produce functional 3D printed stylus pens for smartphones and tablets. This post is to demonstrate how the stylus tip should be.

Free 3D model of a stylus pen
3D printed mini stylus pen with a conductive filament
Free 3D model of a mini stylus pen
Close up of a 3D printed mini stylus pen with a conductive filament

First of all, the conductive filament should not be too resistive because the signal could be too weak. Also, when the microprocessor receives the contacts and estimates the locations, it is possible to ignore areas thinner than 1/4 inch. This is to avoid unwanted activations and is considered as the size of a human fingertip. As it is illustrated in Figure 3, an angle of 20 to 45 degrees is recommended for the tip, since it needs a flat contact and at this angle is more convenient to hold the stylus and use it. A soft rasp can be used to refine the tip and make a smoother surface. The hole in the middle helps to minimise the area of the contact, it is possible to work without it too.

Free 3D model of a mini stylus pen
Sketch of the stylus tip

Supports or rafts

This part does not need supports or rafts.

Perimeters

Use of three lines perimeter.

Layer Height

High.

Printing speed

Low.

Travel speed

Low.

Download Design: Link

(1x) Conductive filament


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