Wall Mounted Controller Shelf (PS4)
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3D model description
Wall mounted controller shelf. Designed to hold PS4 / PS4 Pro controller. Cannot confirm it will work for other controllers but it's a generous size so it might work just fine. The 2-part design consists of a mounting block that should be secured to the wall using 2 screws and then the main shelf body slides onto the mounting block.
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STLs included: controller shelf and mounting block (files have been repaired and saved in optimal orientation).
Files included: Print and Finishing Info (.txt and PDF) and License (PDF)
3D printing settings
Recommended Print Settings:
Filament choice is not important (PLA, ABS, HIPS, PETG etc all options).
Use recommended temperature settings for filament chosen (~210 / 70 PLA, ~240 / 110 ABS).
Support recommended - mounting slot on shelf (~2g / 0.26m).
Adhesion - Brim or skirt
Speed - 50-80 mm/s or whatever you are comfortable with
Infill - 65% (stand is lightweight so extra infill helps increase weight)
Layer Height - 0.1 - 0.3mm
Orientation - shelf body: laying on side, mounting block: laying on back. Your slicer should already import in the optimal orientation.
3D printer file information
3D design format: ZIP Folder details Close
- Controller Shelf Files.zip
- Last update: 2018/08/20 at 13:28
- Publication date: 2018/06/23 at 07:13
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