Xbox 360 and Xbox One Controller Holder

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Xbox 360 and Xbox One Controller Holder by chickenbisket Mar 28, 2013


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Got tired of looking for my controllers all the time since I didn't have a specific place to store them. Decided to make some arms to mount them on the side of my game rack so they would be in arms reach when I grabbed a game to play.

Edit: I have now added numerous options for the base and arms. Including flush mount arms and base plates with the screw holes on top.


The arms should easily slot into the base, the force of the screws holding the base should be enough to keep them in place. The model has holes sized for two #6 screws.

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excellent! i dont have to pay $6 for one hanger :)

Cool thing. Holds Steam Controllers good too.

I had to superglue the arms into the backplate or the edges bow out under weight.

I might re-mix it. the screw holes should be at the center or the top instead of the bottom.

I Can't dimension it in inventor. Can someone tell me the dimensions so I can make a remix add on?

I'm having an error when downloading, not sure if its a Thingiverse problem. Can anyone send them to me to help out?

Slight design flaw I've noticed: There's a lot less plastic from the holder to the edge, and the weight of the controller pulls it forward a bit. I think you'd need to have a symmetrical design, with the middle chunk of plastic holding in both arms.

This is great! Only 2 things I would change. Put the screw holes on the top and notch out the bottom where the arms touch the back plate so it fits better and is flush on top. I had to notch out the ones I made so everything was flush. But over all very awesome!
I printed out 2 of these on a Wanhao Duplicator 4s,
I used ABS Glow in the dark green.
35% infill, 4 shells .20mm Layer Height
Extruder 230C Build plate at 85C
Speed while Extruding 90mm/s, Speed while Traveling: 120mm/s

My four xbox controllers look glorious hanging off the side of the entertainment center with these. I just wanted to thank you for such a simple, modular and easily printable design. Well done.

I really like this holder the only problem I found is that the arms don't fit flush, I have edited the STL and made it so they fit better. Thanks!

If you still have your edited STL of the arms you should submit it as a remix of this.

This is fantastic! I'm printing 4 of these right now for the Nerd Cave Bedroom (http://barnnerd.comhttp://barnnerd.com). Any chance you could modify the model to fit a PS3 and PS4 controller? Then I can mount 100% of my console controllers since the XBOX 360, XBOX One and Ouya all fit your current design well.

can you dimension the base so I can make a model base to hold the base of the arms.

Not sure if you still need it, but I made some PS3 controller arms: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:285076http://www.thingiverse.com/thi...

PS3 Controller Holder
by kazy

I'm glad you like it. I don't have a PS3 or PS4 but if you can get me measurements on how far apart the arms need to be or if they need to be a different shape i can modify the design for you.

great design. I'm printing some out right now.