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MightyMilky

Xbox One Controller Backplate

by MightyMilky Jan 21, 2015
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Do U happen to have a dwg of this? I’d like to draw an outline of something on the faceplate

Is there a model for the cap for the batteries? If there is, could you please leave a link?

Thanks you for all these files! My 10 month GSD pupper decided to eat me controller about a month ago.. it still works butt my hands are getting calloused!

Amazing quality on these, what 3d scanner are you using?

Any chance of scanning a Dualshock 4? I've a friend that likes to break things.

Hi tails! Love all your designs for this it's a good Little project!
Had a good idea to make it all from ColorFabb CopperFill, turns out it's way to difficult to print with and too brittle. The clips to secure the faceplate and pods just snap off. Will you get around to printing the triggers, bumpers and DPad perhaps? I don't want this CopperFill to go to waste haha!

Does anyone know if this will work on the new revised controller?
If i drill a hole for the 3,5mm jack that is?

I suppose if you drill a hole in it, yeah

you left the metal battery part in could you re scan it and reload without the metal part and prefibly with the newly redesign xbox controller thanks

Any one printed this ? I would like to know how to print as wll. Also are there side missing ?

I printed all pieces to the controller (they are in separate files by the same person). The only problems I had were the metal contacts for the battery are included in the model. So the contacts cannot be inserted and batteries cant be used unless you file away those pieces or edit them out yourself. Secondly, the button holes on the faceplate are too small and dont allow the buttons to be pressed and released freely.

It's a good model but it needs tweaking.

How would you suggest printing this? Orientation? Printer setting? Thanks for the awesome model