I designed this headphone stand with the objective of it being functional and easy to print, while at the same time being nice to look at.
This object must be printed in three parts: the main frame part 1, 2 and the headphone rest. Afterwards, the three parts can be glued in place using cyanoacrylate. Fully assembled, it has a height of 246 mm. This means that you need quite a big 3D printer, even for the separate parts.
The model was printed in three separate parts on my Creality CR-10 and sliced in Cura 2.6.1. I used ICE filaments PLA 'Wondrous White' 1.75 mm.
I recommend that you print this model with thicker than usual walls because the arched frame is quite thin. Doing so, ensures a really sturdy headphone stand that does not flex under the weight of your headphones.
The hardest part to print is the headphone rest. Print it in the given orientation of the .stl file and don't go easy on support material.
Nozzle diameter: 0.4 mm
Layer height: 0.12 mm
Wall thickness: 2.2 mm
Print temperature: 200 °C
Build plate temperature: 60°C
Flow: 100 %
Print speed: 40 mm/s
Brim width: 6 mm
After printing, I cleaned up the parts and glued them in place using cyanoacrylate. Next, I applied a universal primer before painting the headphone stand in matte white.
This model was designed in Fusion 360. Below, I included some rendered images as well as a technical drawing.
Rendered model in HOME view
Rendered model in LEFT side view
Rendered model in RIGHT side view