I created this thing since I realized that the VR-Headset cables (as seen on the first picture) tend to bend very easy and in such a bad way that the cables might brake after some time. To prevent this from happening I designed this bend protection thing.
You need to print two of the things, since they have to be snapped together into one peace. Please see the pictures to see how to assemble it (gently clip the two parts together along the thin part of the cable and then push it onto the thicker connector wire outlets - done).
You can even leave it on when plugging the connectors in and out. Give it a try - I was surprised myself how well it works :-)
Please note that Sony meanwhile changed the diameter of the cable outlet collar so that my design does not fit onto the plugs anymore, at least not in the way it was meant to.
Please check the following remix of my design by hackthis02 if you have the newer PSVR:
Since somebody asked how to determine if the new or the old version is the right one:
I just took a measurement and found out, that the connectors grip length is the most obvious difference between the new and the old version. The old version has a grip length of about 28mm. The newer one is significantly shorter, somewhat like 19mm. The image I added, that shows the measurement I took, shows my old version VR-set connectors.
I used BDP (from extrudr) to print this since it seems to be a little more flexible than PLA. PLA should work too, I guess. I don't know how ABS would perform, but I would think it should work as well. Print slow to gain good precision (I used 40mm/s). Make sure to have at least 3 solid layers at the bottom section.