Inspired by a guy I saw on youtube. I liked the concept, but I personally feel he made an over complicated version, and was trying to sell the design. With how many designs I've gotten from other people, I prefer to feed back into the 3D printing community, and decided to take a few minutes to make my own. So here it is, free of charge and designed be about as easy as possible to print.
The little arms that hold the Switch Dock down do touch the switch on the VERY ends, like 1-1.5mm, but I haven't had any issues with my switch docking properly.
I designed it to have mostly the same depth and length so it would still seat in a dock-dock I made for the top of my TV, but it's only holding the outer 2cm so the protrusion in the middle doesn't interfere.
Your choice, mine is .3 and pretty rough
Twas a gift, idk PLA
I print with 3 shells and 10% infill
Just make sure to print it face down, I didn't position it that way so the model would show how it looks when sitting normally. This allows the overhangs to print without supports and gives the front a very clean surface.
I just took a couple measurements, extruded analogs for the adapter/dock to shape, made a rectangular prism the same width/depth as the dock, positioned everything, and removed what I didn't want. Extruded sections for the arms and angled bits out for the retainers, that was it.