HTC Vive controller wall mount

by SG-O, published

HTC Vive controller wall mount by SG-O Apr 14, 2016

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This is a simple wall mount that allows you to neatly store your Vive controllers.

There are two versions available:
The standard version has place for both controllers but is quite large.
The single version takes only a single controller, but is much easier to print.

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MendelMax 1.5


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0.2 mm




This model has a very steep overhang that not all printers will be capable of printing. You may want to consider enabling support.

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Make sure to be aware of what these look like at night when the controllers are charging. I woke up around 3am to this. Haha


What size of screws do I need for this?

This model looks and works great, but the large flat surface area makes it difficult to remove from the print bed. I still love how it turned out though :)

I've tried to open this with a few software packages (.stl files) with no luck, the filetype isn't recoognised. Putting it through file coverters also results in errors.

This STL file is in binary form so make sure your software can open it. I just tried it with the model viewer that is built into Windows 10 and Repetier Host, both work perfectly fine. Also make sure that the file you downloaded is complete (maybe download it again).

Oh, this is the model Alan Yates tweeted last night, isn't it? I like it. Looks like an angled filament holder, sans retention lip.

Yes, he made this and tweeted about it. The model was designed from scratch for the controllers.