G930 Clipon Clip
by cun83, published
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This is a handy little clip to clip stuff on top of your Logitech G930 headphones.
Some additional revisions will follow once its intended purpose is ready for printing, but this one is already perfectly usable.
It's finished! New source file and versions with center guides added.
Bonus internets for the first one to guess its intended purpose :-D
- Glue/tape something onto it
- Clip onto headphones
-The normal versions have 1 additional mm of space, so you can use some foam tape for extra stability when on the headset.
-Use a "No Padding" version if you don't want to use foam tape. The clip will still hold very well without padding, but might slip to the sides a bit if you fix a heavy object onto it. You can adjust the spacing in the sketch in the FreeCAD source file, the correct measure is commented in the file. Easy :-)
-The "with center guides" versions do have small nibs on the top, acting as center guides for easy placement.
-Prints well with 2 perimeters, 25% infill. Just make sure your slicer makes the springy arms solid.
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