Sony MDR 1000X bracket 3D print model

So I decided to design the entire bracket of the Sony MDR 1000X headphones because the plastic is very fragile on them and broke on a regular use.

FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR A GOOD RESULT!

You have to print the parts with rafts and supports. Infill is 100% and I printed at 25-35mm/s speed. PRINT ON A SIDE! Set the parameter Support Z distance (in Cura) which is the distance from the top/bottom of the support structure to the print a little bit lower so it will act like a stabilizer (they will be glued together a little bit) After you finish to clean the supports, sand a little bit the clips that connect the parts to each other. Try to assemble them once before you mount them on the headphones. To lock the screws better in the plastic I used a thread lock paste. Take in consideration that the walls of the parts are a little bit thicker to be stronger than the original !!! Last picture shows how the model should look on the build plate after is sliced.

FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR A GOOD RESULT!

I also added the step, igs files if you want to make some changes to the parts.

Thanks for buying and please don't forget to rate my model, like or leave a comment.

  • SplineSpline
    2019-11-30 19:37
    Nice
  • kkorn3207
    2019-12-10 07:35
    This kit is compatible with WH-1000XM3? Thank's ;)
    • Doru-ValeaDoru-Valea
      Author
      2019-12-10 07:39
      I just looked at both models and they seem to pretty look alike....I'm not 100% sure though. In case you try it could you tell me if it works for those headphones too?
      • Doru-ValeaDoru-Valea
        Author
        2019-12-10 07:44
        I looked again and they are not the same ...there are some differences that my model doesn't have
        • kkorn3207
          2019-12-10 08:12
          Damn) I already managed to be a little happy) More thanks for analyzing. It’s a pity I don’t know how to model. It's bad that the headphones are made of fragile plastic ((
      • ccatherinepavlov
        Buyer
        2020-02-01 23:01
        Nice model! Quick question - is this an exact replica, or a reinforced version (is it thickened at the usual breaking point near the hinge)?
        • Doru-ValeaDoru-Valea
          Author
          2020-02-01 23:37
          Well is a replica made entirely by me and is a little bit thicker than the original one...For now it didn't show any kind of fatigue of the material or any cracks. The model works great but if you want to make changes you have the necessary files (step,soldiworks,igs)
          • ccatherinepavlov
            Buyer
            2020-02-02 02:59
            Thanks, just purchased the model. It looks great, can't wait to try printing it!
            • Doru-ValeaDoru-Valea
              Author
              2020-02-02 08:03
              Thank you and if you encounter any problems please let me know. Also please don't forget to rate my model
        • wwatchme35
          2020-04-03 17:13
          nice drawings! all I need now is a 3D printer :)
        • 33dWorld-ok
          2020-04-14 09:11
          good job
        Item Rating80
        • ttuiteraz
          2021-01-14 10:59
          Recommended
          It was clear and ready for print. W/o artifacts. Thanks!!
        • sskoptser
          2021-01-04 18:52
          Recommended
          Seems to be robust. The fit was not perfect between the two pieces on each side but maybe that was more due to my friends 3D printer rather than the model. Also, attaching the pieces to each other took quite some force but maybe I was doing it wrong or maybe it's just required. Anyway, it's been used for a few months now without any issues.
        • rruslanbalkin
          2020-12-11 18:31
          Recommended
          I'd rather leave a neutral feedback, but ok, lets make it positive: parts snap together. But the replacement part is not a good fit for original part. Also, it's not very easy to print one of the models - it's not very easy to print with normal supports, but with tree supports it warps (I printed in ABS), I had to tweak different settings but finally managed to get it printed. What's even more positive: actually parts may not need any postprocessing if your printer's esteps and flow are calibrated. It's not snapping perfectly but it snaps without any sanding.
        • norbert-2105norbert-2105
          2020-07-31 11:49
          Recommended
          It was printed on an EOS P396 sls printer so I can rate only considering that printing quality. The build is precise, does the job!
        • iisidoramargarita
          2020-07-08 02:03
          Recommended
          It worked and the seller was very helpful. My headphones are like new now!! I highly recommend this.
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        • Publish date2019-11-30
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