GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

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GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

Post by wermy » Tue Jan 09, 2018 9:23 pm

Finally got the STL files for my DMG/GBZ stand up on Thingiverse (also, I'm on Thingiverse now!):
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2752073
Sale thread is here:
https://sudomod.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=38
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Re: GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

Post by BadBert » Wed Jan 10, 2018 1:09 am

awsome wermy!!!! I'll be printing one for my gbz :D
My first GBZ build -=HERE=- -> Became a gift to my little brother!
My 2nd GBZ build -=WIP HERE=- -> going with HDMI!

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Re: GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

Post by Dukana » Wed Jan 17, 2018 2:42 am

That's so awesome! I was wondering if a slight modification might be made... a notch in the center, to accommodate a headphone plug. For practical applications. I'd like to keep something like this at work in my locker, then use the GBZ in a stand so I can watch kodi on lunch breaks without holding it or laying it flat on the table, or worse, annoying my coworkers with whatever I'm watching / listening to.

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Re: GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

Post by McGyver » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:59 am

Thank you Wermy for this amazing design. I printed it in PLA wood and learned how annoying this material can be! It was HULK like sticking to the bed. (Anycubic heated Ultrabase). I destroyed 3 printed versions during removal from the cooled bed. Anyway: I saw this as experience in learning using wood material by adjusting thermal and extruding settings. Next time I will try some adaptations to the print bad. Maybe cover by Capton tape...

Anyway a really nice design and wonderful together with the gameboy on it.

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Re: GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

Post by wermy » Wed Feb 21, 2018 7:55 am

McGyver wrote:
Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:59 am
Thank you Wermy for this amazing design. I printed it in PLA wood and learned how annoying this material can be! It was HULK like sticking to the bed. (Anycubic heated Ultrabase). I destroyed 3 printed versions during removal from the cooled bed. Anyway: I saw this as experience in learning using wood material by adjusting thermal and extruding settings. Next time I will try some adaptations to the print bad. Maybe cover by Capton tape...

Anyway a really nice design and wonderful together with the gameboy on it.
Thanks, glad you like it. :) That's surprising, woodfill doesn't tend to stick overly-well when I use it (I print on PEI). Some glue stick would likely still let it stick well enough but allow it to release easier once it cools.
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Re: GBZ (and DMG-01) display stand

Post by sixteenbit » Sun Feb 25, 2018 5:12 pm

If you let the bed cool with the ultrabase you can use 1 finger to move it off the base.

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