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Any kind person make a Oculus Touch holder/bracket ???

Discussion in '3D Printing' started by SilentChill, May 31, 2017.

  1. SilentChill

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    This is for the motion cancellation of course ;)

    There are a few out there that the touch sits in but we need one that the Touch controller will click into and be totally secure with no rattling or moving.

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can help
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  3. Azel

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    I gave it a shot - it's little bigger than touch [scale 1.01] so you should be able to put inside some rubber to improve grip. In case it's too small just scale it up a bit, but current version should be fine after adding some rubber/foam. Holes are 9mm in diameter.
    Looks crude tho :)

    Also - as it's attachable to flat surface you can either attach it to the side of the platform or do some magic and attach it at flat surface behind/above your head :)

    There's a slight chance side button will be pressed - cannot print it now to check if everything is fine. If it does - just cut it :D

    edit. handstrap fixed, may be fine now

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    It will be very useful.
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    Awesome matey thanks !! I will have a look when I am back on my computer
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    Hey @Azel I got it printed and installed. Cant thank you enough it fits perfect and the string stops it moving/rattling great work.

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    Nice to see it printed and I'm glad it suits :)