- Add support for the original metal Joy-Con rails of your Joy-Con wrist strap to allow a greater fit for the sliding part. Shoutout to Sigismond0 for suggesting that change. The two parts have to be combined to make a print-in-place possible.
- Add small cutout to remove Joy-Con more easily (both versions rails + no rails)
- Initial Release of the design
Hold your Joy-Cons comfortably in your hands by this adjustable 3-axis foldable Grip. It can also be a test for the calibration of your printer. The hinges have a .3mm tolerance to give the finished part a firm grip and avoid any flimsiness. It fits to my folding switch stand which was also designed to fit into the smallest pocket.
Everything is print-in-place. No screws, no glue no nothing. Take it from the printer, loose the hinges carefully and you are ready to go.
I would recommend printing it in PLA, since warping and sagging (bridging of the rails part) could be an issue otherwise.
Removal of the metal Rails from your Joy-Con Wrist-Stap
Remove the three phillips screws which hold the metal rail in place. Be careful not to neither loose the small plasic part nor the tiny spring which are located under the metal rail. Then take off the rails and insert them into your printed part. It will only fit in one direction (The cutout has to face the closing side). Use the original screws to tighten everything up (It's plastic so do not tighten the screws too much). Insert the Joy-Cons from the bottom to the top.