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PSVR Stand

by Cjwelcome, published

PSVR Stand by Cjwelcome Nov 4, 2016
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Summary

My personally designed PlayStation VR stand was made with sleek style and functionality in mind. Its tilted headband bracket and forehead rest is positioned at such an angle where when strapped on, the VR sits fairly level and facing straight. There are four countersunk holes in the base for small rubber pads (not necessary for use) that can be glued into them for limited sliding on smooth surfaces. The distance from forehead rest to rear strap bracket is slightly larger than the diameter of the inside headset strap to ensure the VR is held firmly in place when at rest. Made with 30% (thirty percent) infill and 3 (three) shells to prevent cracking when self-threading the screws and room for sanding and painting if so desired. Please enjoy and share my design to spread the word, as this is the only singular stand for PSVR made specifically for display. I hope you enjoy my design and happy printing to all of you!

Special thanks to username: (Neovista49) for uploading the Playstation VR logo which I used as the side decal! Its amazing!

Print Settings

Printer:

Raise N2 Plus

Rafts:

Yes

Supports:

Yes

Resolution:

0.20mm

Infill:

30%


Notes:

Whichever print setting you so desire is up to you depending on how well your printer works at printing specific details such as layer height or infill but still must have (3 SHELLS) to not crack inside the holes for the screws.

How I Designed This

30% infill for a solid structure and three shells to prevent any cracking from occuring when self-threading the screws. you will need 2 (two) 1/8 inch thread width screws with 1/4 inch round head on top.(specific screws not necessary) use any screws that will hold firm the top to the base given the hole sizes.

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good job !
but for the new version?

I’m unsure what you mean by new version? This stand should fit all PSVR headsets

There is a V2 of the headset but it has minor changes and the stand works perfect

how i add the "playstation Vr" legend?

Look in my description at the bottom to who I give credit for the PSVR logo. It's a separate file on Thingiverse I printed out seperately and then attacked to the side

Hello how are you? okay?

My name is Noleto.

Nice product.

Can you help me?

I downloaded the file but when I open the slicer to slice it gives me the time of 16 seconds and did not print the template.

Do you know how to solve the problem?

Thank you.

Thanks for your work on this. Great design!

Thank you very much for the design, it looks amazing.

I was looking to print it but it is a little taller than the build dimensions in my printer, when I try to print it. And this is going to happen with every replicator, original or clone.

It can be printed with suppport if I rotate it to one side but I don't think the poring will be the best.

So... is it possible for you to reduce the design to fit on the following dimensions or to supply the original design file just to edit it?

Dimensions are 8.9 x 5.9 x 5.7 inches.

Thank you

I can do my best with those dimensions but you might want to import to a cad software of some sort like inventor or solid works and you could print two separate pieces to the top and bottom section of the base part. Once printed out stick them together however you so choose but I'll get back to you when I can on the dimensioning. It is designed so as not to fall over but with any smaller base it might be liable to fall easily by knocking it a little

Nice job, I have been working on one but having all kinds of issues ! Thanks for this!

Thank you! I really appreciate that! Enjoy the print and I hope it works perfectly for you!

Hi, great job!! Many thanks... but when i import it in Cura is too small.Can you please specify dimensions?

Yes, just as ChrisSaege had stated you may need to change the scale in your software, but in case it doesnt work the dimmensions are Width=169.860mm(widest side)...Depth=156.839mm(shorter side)...Height=144.253mm. Thank you a lot for liking my design and feel free to share and post to spread the word! Have a great day!

Is that for both parts?

2540%. Both parts. At least that's what worked in Cura on my Mac.

Thank you I came to the comment section just to find this.

Try the scale factor 25.4! It`s the conversion from inch to mm (25,4mm = 1 Inch).
Greetings!

All right... with inches it's perfect! Thank you ;-)

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