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PanFX

HTC Vive Controller Sword Handle for Katana X (Steam VR)

by PanFX Jun 18, 2017
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Any chance to get any kind of controller customisation for these ones?
https://pimaxvr.com/products/pimax-base-station-and-wireless-controllersdeposit
Would be awesome, havent found anything for this awesome product yet

so i printed one of these and while i was testing it i got my finger stuck in the ring. i shouldve thought about that bofore lol. im probably gonna make a lightsaber version

How are the handle pieces connected? Did you glue them, or is there a different method I'm missing? Also, where does the skewer connect on the remote? Is that enough to hold it in or should I also secure it in another way?

First of all, make sure to set wall thickness and infill settings (most stable is full honeycomb) to more than ~2 mm and something around 60-70%. This way you will get strong pieces for everyday use. I didn't need to glue them, because the fit is very tight. I just used a rubber hammer and slammed them together. The little bamboo bolt fits in the "upper" hole, it kind of "clicks in" when everything sits right. Always use the wrist strap for 100% security.

Hi, I absolutely love the design and it works fabulously but could you make one where you can insert the controller in opposite sides, for a darth maul type of light saber? Thanks in advance

If you look closely, somebody already made a remix: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2938587

Beat Saber Darth Maul Katana Remix

Can we get the full sized version? I can print more than 8", so I could print all in one shot.

Can't wait to see what that would look like.

Hi, i will leave it to you. The original concept is a modular set (without the middle piece or with several middle pieces). However, you are free to make a one-piece version by stitching the parts together as a remix.