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Dual Saber Oculus Touch

by Menissalt May 31, 2018
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Left holder, with the letter L on it - exactly the left? I typed it, but it cracked when I put the left controller. In this case, he obviously got there very badly.
And the right one was inserted there very smoothly.
Is the right controller the same one with the letter "O"?

Thanks for sharing, was this printed in PLA? I should put in the description to use a filament with a little flex and to insert very slowly. They also don't go in straight, there's a little twist you have to do to get it in right. I would like to change how the controllers go in but I don't have enough CAD experience for something complex so we have to stick with the original creator's design.

I printed mine in PETG and then had to use a heat gun to fuse the layers at the weak points better.

But the fact is that the part with the letter "L" is really better compatible with the right controller, look at my photo.
Together with the right controller, this part remains intact, but with the left - the controller does not stick straight, there are gaps, and the length of the rope is almost not enough.
Now the print of the second handle will end (beat_dual_hilt_right file) - I will first try to insert the left controller there. If it does not crack, and it will easily come in - I was right))

That is a nice thing :)

Do I need to print this with supports? If so, which of the files specifically

As long as you can bridge short distances well this prints without support