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Note 2 w/ case PS3 Controller adapter

by 3dYeti, published

Note 2 w/ case PS3 Controller adapter by 3dYeti Jan 23, 2013

Description

This bracket allows you to mount your Note 2 w/ case onto your PS3 controller.

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Can we get a remix with no case?

Oh, I want this so much for a galaxy note 1.

I'm very new to this stuff, but have some basic experience with 3D modeling. Would it be possible to modify this for a Galaxy S3 with CruzerLite TPU case?

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Instructions

I designed this to be printable on my TOM. Snap off the built-in support pieces on the controller mount, and slide on the phone bracket. I am using a cruzerlite tpu case on my Note 2. If the friction fit of the 2 pieces is not snug enough for you, just dab it with your plastics glue of choice.

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johnla on Aug 14, 2013 said:

Can we get a remix with no case?

OmegaNexusMx on Aug 9, 2013 said:

Oh, I want this so much for a galaxy note 1.

Aiman on Jul 7, 2013 said:

I'm very new to this stuff, but have some basic experience with 3D modeling. Would it be possible to modify this for a Galaxy S3 with CruzerLite TPU case?

allanonmage on Jun 9, 2013 said:

I don't know enough about 3d Modeling. How hard would it be to modify this to be compatible for an otterbox? Seems there are a few samples, it would just be a matter of remixing it.

on Feb 4, 2013 said:

I attempted to do this on a stock, un-tweaked Printrbot LC kit that I, as a newb, assembled. I point that out so maybe you can steer me in the right direction. i think I have several things I need to do to my Printrbot LC to make it able to print this. I'm using ABS on a heated bed w/ kapton tape. I don't think the bed is getting and staying warm enough though.

The results I saw were the phone holder arm warped and the fat end didn't stick to the bed. And the part that clips around the bottom of the controller warped and went too high so I cut it off so as to minimize the damage. For whatever reason, it wasn't flush tot he bed and I didn't see anything like support material.

I stopped it about halfway, it was over a half inch thick. I'd like to produce a usable version, but was still able to see how strong the finished product would be. A few other test prints had me wondering about strength.

But otherwise it looked good. The dimensions for the P3 end were OK for the 2/3 of the object I had. The phone clip obviously requires a case, so that might be my first mod (uncased right now, maybe an otterbox later).

on Feb 4, 2013 said:

Hey how'd my FB profile come through???

bernabap on Jan 23, 2013 said:

I was wondering how someone had not done it yet. And we did published the same day.

3dYeti on Jan 23, 2013 said:

Ha! I just checked yours out. Very nice.

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