Here it is y’all the 3D printed Nintendo Switch Docking Case MKII
You will need a 3D Printer capable of printing a part that is 270x136x105mm
You will need the following supplies(identical list to the first version):
-0.5 x 4 x 15mm Compression Springs (QTY.5)
-Music Wire 0.031” Dia.
-1.5mm Diameter Rod
-3mm Steel Stock
-Flat Head Screw Set
-Set Screw Set
-Socket Head Cap Screw Set
-Dock for Switch
-3/4” Wide Velcro
-3/4” Elastic Strap
-M3 x 6mm lg. Countersunk Head Screw(QTY.10)
-M3 x 8mm lg. Countersunk Head Screw(QTY.4)
-M3 x 12mm lg. Countersunk Head Screw(QTY.4)
-M2 x 6mm lg. Socket Head Cap Screw(QTY.2)
-M2 x 8mm lg. Socket Head Cap Screw(QTY.4)
-M2 x 20mm lg. Socket Head Cap Screw(QTY.2)
-M3 x 6mm lg. Set Screw(QTY.4)
-M4 x 6mm lg. Set Screw(QTY.4)
-1.5mm Dia. 38mm long(QTY.2)
-1.5mm Dia. 95mm long(QTY.1)
-3mm Dia. 235mm long(QTY.1)
-3mm Dia. 250mm long(QTY.1)
0.031” Wire Diameter x 3 Turns x ~315°
See my Caliper Case Post for more info on winding your own torsion springs using the winding blocks included in this download.
This project involves some basic sewing. You can see how I sewed some of the pieces in the photos though I am far from a sewing expert so you shouldn’t use mine as a model. The screen protector sleeve and the flexible Velcro straps are the only sewed parts.
I printed all the parts out of PETG at 0.3mm layer heights.
No supports for any of the parts!
I have included a short build guide in the downloads with more pictures and some instructions and screw/pin placements.
Happy Printing and thank you for the support!
3D printing settings
0.3mm Layer Heights