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I just made this, but I have no picture yet. Here's my observations:

  1. It's too small to fit most earbuds. I printed the body once at 100% and it was too small, so I increased the size to 110% and it fits my earbuds perfectly. Unless you have really small and compact earbuds, I would recommend starting at 110%, since it's a better chance your earbuds will fit, and it's not that much bigger than at 100%.

  2. I had to print the arms twice. The first time, I printed them standing up, with no supports, and at 80% infill. The arms printed fine, although the knobs at the top were a little out of shape due to the lack of support. The arms snapped though when I tried to attach them. The second time, I printed them laying down and using supports for the overhang on the end, and the knobs. I also printed them at 20% infill rather than 80%. They printed fine, although the knobs weren't prefect, even with the supports, but they didn't snap when I attached them.

TLDR: Print it at 110%; use 20% infill so the arms aren't too rigid; printing the arms standing up without supports worked just as well as printing them laying down with supports.