I spent a TON of time developing these bad boys trying to find something I would actually use in the day to day.
They fit the controllers right off the bed (printing a .4 nozzle with .2 layer height on a ender 3, 22% in-fill)
I travel a ton for work, and throwing JoyCons in the backpack can be a dead console or controllers. I created these standalone cases so that I could keep my switch in a soft pack and my Controllers on their own, free in my bag.
First version left a very small whole through the "Top" to draw a string through for a drawstring cinch system interfacing with the catch on the base.
Would love comments about design recommendations. Also working on a "1 Case, 2 controllers" version.
This is the first version, with limited side guards and material management.
I am currently working on a version that addresses both of those comments.
Tips would be greatly appreciated, most people would spend money on a controller whats 3$ instead.
Sand when required.
Add a drawstring cinch through the Top piece, should hug the model and then hook under and up through the bottom onto a hook. See photos
Calipers, coffee, and many hours of tolerance and iterative tests