This is a compact, low-profile headphone or headset hook that mounts on the top of a computer monitor. It uses minimal filament, prints quickly and is quite sturdy. The depth of the arm is 15mm, which matches the depth of the top of a Dell Monitor.
This is a remix from wwhaley's design: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1475589 .
However, there are quite a few differences:
Printing with a 3mm brim, at 100% infill, this design uses ~8 grams of filament, compared to wwhaley's 31 grams.
This design is much smaller in all dimensions, but it is easily sturdy enough to hold the heaviest headphones.
The hook is shorter and rounded to fit the thin band of a Logitech H390 USB headset.
This design is made to fit the 3M Command Strip adhesive strip, width wise, but you will need to trim off ~ 3-4 mm to match the 15mm arm depth. One can also use double-sided adhesive tape.
I did print with a 3mm brim to ensure that the hook stayed adhered to the build plate. After printing, I sanded/softened any sharp corners and edges to protect the headset band and my fingers that might come in contact with them.
Printer brand: Creality
Printer: Ender 5
Filament brand: Overture
Filament color: Black
Filament material: PETG
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