Headphone Hook

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Headphone Hook by fiid Jan 27, 2013
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This is a hook for hanging your headphones from a shelf or the front of your desk. It's made to fit an Ikea table that is 35mm thick, but it has a little spring in it that can absorb something within a few mm of that.


3d print. Clip to desk. Hang headphones.

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This looks really neat! I have two shelves above my test that would support this: 25mm and 16mm thick. Would you be able to remix/edit this for these two depths? Thanks!

It looks like the STL is really small (at least in Cura 2.4)

It's entirely possible it needs to be scaled to 10x. Some of my early exports were in centimeters instead of millimeters (stupid Autodesk default). Sorry about that.

Looks like that might be spot on. 1000% puts it near 100mm for the entire length. Thanks! Printing now, I'll report back.

Cool! Hope your print goes well!