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Sony MDR-V150 Headphone Bracket

by samroesch, published

Sony MDR-V150 Headphone Bracket by samroesch Feb 8, 2010

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This is a replacement part for ubiquitous MDR-V150 headphones. It is the most commonly broken part. I have not tried printing it yet, so if anyone does, tell me how it goes.

EDIT: I have uploaded version 2.0, which is soon to be printed on a dimension 3D printer.

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Everything was good except the circumference was off by 2 cm, and the hole was too small for the pivot axle.

It isn't to scale... The model is too short to be asembled with the MDR-V150. Also, there is a kind of notch in the original part which is not here. I printed it in PLA after cutting it in two part with Netfabb, then glueded together with DCM.

You could print with support I want to try that next week - but where is the small gap that holds it?

Also, is it to scale?

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duck25 on Apr 9, 2014 said:

Everything was good except the circumference was off by 2 cm, and the hole was too small for the pivot axle.

Cuteberry on Aug 17, 2013 said:

It isn't to scale... The model is too short to be asembled with the MDR-V150. Also, there is a kind of notch in the original part which is not here. I printed it in PLA after cutting it in two part with Netfabb, then glueded together with DCM.

Anonymous on Jun 8, 2011 said:

where can i buy this part

Leland on Feb 9, 2010 said:

It looks like it would require some tweaking before it could be printed on a RepRap/MakerBot. But I really like the idea. I have an old pair of Sony MDR V700s that I repaired with fishing string and 'Hobby Glue'. It would be nice to print a replacement.

samroesch on May 3, 2010 said:

Is the tweaking due to a lack of resolution on the MakerBot? I just had it printed on a dimension printer and it came out well, but it might have better resolution/tolerance than a MakerBot.

Rich on Feb 9, 2010 said:

I have these cans - would like to see it printed

MarcusWolschon on Feb 8, 2010 said:

What side is it supposed to be on when printing?
You can
´t print things that are hanging in mid-air, nor are overhangs
&
gt;60
° possible.

samroesch on Feb 9, 2010 said:

I've never actually printed anything, so I wasn't sure how or what to upload. I can move it around and put it on a plane in solid works, and then maybe it will be more printable?

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