Nintendo Switch Portable Charging Stand
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EDIT: For a new and improved version with adjustability, go here: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2795998
EDIT: Revision 3 of 45deg stand to improve stability.
EDIT: Revision 2 is now available. I have narrowed the design and reduced some dimensions to make them more compact.
This stand for the Nintendo Switch allows for the device to be charged while using a stand other than the official Nintendo Switch dock.
Ideal for use when on the go and wanting to play in portable mode without holding the device and requiring the system to charge in the process. Design allows for a battery pack to be tucked in behind the Switch (Anker 20100+ Powerpack shown in Photos, ideal for the Switch).
The standard Switch stand does not allow for simultaneous charging while the stand is in use.
There are 3 versions:
• NS-S0300-2_SwitchStand-35deg - Ideal for use on planes where you're positioned close and above the device (when resting on tray table).
• NS-S0301-3_SwitchStand-45deg - Ideal if sitting close to the device,
• NS-S0302-2_SwitchStand-70deg - Similar angle to the standard Switch stand.
0.15 - 0.25mm
Print end on with support material for centre cut-out.
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