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Q) What is the music playing during the print
A) Crashed by Stereofloat

Time to get back to 3D printing guys! I just reconfigured my entire Nerd Cave bedroom to setup all 6 of my consoles (XBOX 360, XBOX One, PS3, PS4, WiiU & Ouya) and I had a boatload of controllers laying around. I decided to pick up this awesome controller cradle from Thingiverse and print out 4 of them to start with and install them in my room. They work absolutely perfectly and the arms are completely replaceable which makes this one epic good design.

3D printers are the most amazing technology you can own. I have two of them now and I can literally use them to solve just about any problem in my house. I’m slowing getting into the CAD design aspect so I can make my own models from scratch but for now there is a huge amount of models on the internet that you can download, modify and print!

This holder can be mounted on drywall using anchors or directly into wood on cabinets, book shelves, etc. You could even double stick tape it or Velcro it if you don’t want to damage the surface of what you’re attaching too.

Link to 3D model on Thingiverse by ChickenBisket

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All 4 controller hangers were printed at 0.2 layer height at 100 – 150mm/sec with Black PLA at 220 degrees. Every print came out perfect and I could repeat the print very easily. This is an amazing design because it’s simple, very effective, modular and designed in a way that makes 3D printing with additive printers very easy since their are no over hangs!

Big kudos to ChickenBisket on Thingiverse.com for creating such a great model!

Ultimaker Protobox v1.0 Specifications
Technology FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication)/ Thermoplastic extrusion
Frame size
(Width x Depth x Height) ~ 34 x 35.5 x 39 cm / ~ 14″ x 14″ x 15.3″
Weight ~ 9 kg
Build materials

PLA and ABS (supported)
PCL, HDPE, PP, PMMA (known to work, YMMV)

Materials used Chrome plated hardened steel precision rods, brass bushings and linear ball bearings
Speed Max. head travel speed ~ 400mm/s. Read how…
Electronics RepRap based. Up to 5 stepper drivers. 4 axis by default.
Accuracy Positioning better than lt 0.05 mm (1/16th micro stepping)
Build volume
(X,Y,Z) ~ 210 x 210 x 220 mm, almost 10 liters (single tool This show is an independent production of Jerry Berg (aka Barnacules). Opinions are my own and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of my employer, friends, or any companies mentioned in the show. Email business inquiries to [email protected] Help the channel by donating BitCoin to 1MfVZVMjfUUq8srg1d4RbgXR5e7JLw7R6P

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29 thoughts on “3D Printing Custom Controller Hangers for my Ultimate Game Room

  1. I dare you to find a person that still plays that piece of shit Ouya! Wiiu may not be the best console, but at least it wasn't a piece of tech that goes out of date faster than the milk in most people's fridge.

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