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Koss KSC75 - Rift S Headphones

by Blackrat May 22, 2019
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Heres the resized knob for anyone who needs it :)

Thanks for this, the design works well. The bracket piece does seem to scratch the top and bottom edges of the strap slightly though, so I glued in thin pieces of fabric in an attempt to prevent it.

EDIT: I modified this design slightly to allow the mounted part to be printed in semi-flexible filament: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3793378

It's great having some decent sound and not needing to mess with headphones. Thanks again!

Koss KSC75 flexible mounts for Oculus Rift S
by zeiphon

Very good design, I can also confirm that I had to reduce the x and y of the knob by 10 per cent, after that it all fits like a charm. great design very happy with this. I used creality ender 3 and cura as software

Hi, thanks for posting this file! I tried printing it out and I found that the knob's screw does not fit into the ball join part. Is there a particular scaling I should reduce the knob by to get it to fit?

To anyone else who has a similar issue, try reducing the X and Y (the thickness of the knob) by 10% while keeping its length constant. The knob screws in easily after that.

would 20% infill work ok? The site I'm using doesn't give me the option for 25% and if I did go lower on the settings to save some money what would be doable? the site had it set to infill density 5% and layer thickness 0.3mm.

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I'm totally new to this 3D printing, but definitely want to try this out. I've clicked through to PrintaThing but it's now asking me about configuration for each part, things like:
Infill (defaulted to 17%) and Layer Thickness (defaulted to >0.2mm)
... things I know very little about about!
I'm guessing I need 100% infill (i.e. solid objects) and the smallest possible Layer Thickness (0.1mm)?

?? and another printer is asking about the materials... PLA, Resin, Nylon, ABS... what's recommended?

Can anyone confirm?

Hey! I don't know if you ordered already, or if you got advice elsewhere, but I thought I'd reply just incase you still needed information.

Most Thingiverse pages have settings that the creator printed at, most of the time this is a safe bet, and you'd really only change this is you wanted something to look or feel different. So for this item, go for a 0.2mm layer height/thickness, and 25% infill should be sufficient.

As for material the creator has used PLA - this isn't quite as good for moving/functional parts generally speaking, I'm sure it works just fine, but given the option you'll find ABS or Nylon would hold up better.

Let me know if you have further questions!

Thank you :) Super helpful! I hadn't noticed those print settings.

would 20% infill work ok? The site I'm using doesn't give me the option for 25% and if I did go lower on the settings to save some money what would be doable? the site had it set to infill density 5% and layer thickness 0.3mm.

Thanks for this. The Rift S audio is horrible and these cheap headphones (I paid $15 on amazon) make it basically the same as the CV1.

Pressing the headphones into the arms was a little tricky, but man, those things aren't coming back out. Posted my Make of this thing.

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Yes, it probably would. I may get around to it eventually.

Nice remix! I noticed in one of the pics the earpiece wires float in the gap between the earpiece and the HMD - would it make sense to add a small cable guide/clip up the leading edges of the main piece for those?