Completely redrew the end cap and turned it in to a long handle to be more comfortable.
I didn't like the bottom of the controller mounts so I cut them off to make it easier to print. I also changed the cord holder to not need supports and hold the controller in tight without needing to tie it. You should be able to use the original controller mounts with this handle if you like.
Make sure to clean up the handle to remove any printing artifacts like sharp edges and/or blobs before using. I got several tiny cuts during my first test before cleaning it up.
Print both handle and hilts with at least 1.2mm thick walls and 30% infill. Either use exceptionally strong material or heat treat the print. I made mine in PETG with 2mm walls and was a bit too enthusiastic with my initial testing before I heated treated it and snapped at the handle. Afterwards I used a heat gun to fuse the handles outer layers together and it's going strong now. Print the 2 screws in 100% infill with a thick perimeter.
Progress! Controllers fit and I've added a new strap holder that holds the controller in tight and matches the style of the handle. Files should be added in the next day or so.
Everything fits but it doesn't feel right and the hilts don't line up right, I'll need to make some adjustments but I'm not sure how I want to do that yet
The design is nearly complete. The handle has be refined and looks pretty great now. Anyone who has downloaded the hilts will want to redownload them, the old files were slightly off.
It works! The sabers are tilted like a very wide V, not sure how I'm going to fix that. I will either have to use someone else's controller holder or create my own from the official Oculus source files.
Made a small change to the right hilt so the handles won't be on the same side of the saber