Hi, this is a simple, no supports, one straight print headphone holder that remains hidden under your desk.
The idea for me, was to keep a clean desk, and use screws or any other reliable fixing and cheap method to keep everything out of sight (a clamp wouldn't have done the trick).
The holes are designed to accept a regular 4mm wood screw with beveled tip, and the two big holes are here to give a 1cm space for a regular screwdriver extension. The holes on the side are an extra bonus i added after being inspired by makers out there, and are used to "plug" regular 3.5mm jacks just to manage the cables.
The holder itself is really sturdy, printed with a 50% infill. (it also took 3h30 to print, ouch).
It's pretty "long", too much maybe, but since it's hidden i like the idea to "blindly" take and drop the headset onto this without thinking too much of the strenght i put it in.
Consider sanding the bevels once printed if your headset has some cloth parts in it. Otherwise it's really working well for me.
Please let me know if the additionnal jack holes are useful, too big… with my first version there were too tight, and i drilled them afterwards, before fixing the model and uploading it. But i havent tested to print it out again so. Feedbacks welcomed !
Have fun :)
Might work with less than 50% infill.
Pretty sturdy, one print without supports. Just takes time, so the drilling holes remains usable.
You can lightly sand the bevel edges to avoid sharp edges that might erode a bit your headset.
You can enlarge or change the holes on the side to accomodate for different Jack sized or cable ports.
Simply with Cinema4D, from a box modelling technique instead of a line extrusion.