2022-10-03 (M) 24EngHeadphoneHolder COMPLETE

I wanted a headphone hanger, but they seemed overpriced for a hook. Some integrated USB hubs or sound cards, but I didn't want those features. I designed one for the laser cutter so I could learn about making 3D shapes.
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The design uses M3 nuts and bolts to hold two faces together and some cross-braces that tighten against each other with more bolts. The central support uses a 1/4" bolt that will attach to the underside of my desk.
Assembly required

The dome screwed into my desk is from a security camera mount I scavenged because it used to have an articulated arm. I used three short wood screws to attach it.

I didn't need the M3 bolts to hold everything together since the tension of the wood held it all snuggly. The biggest mistake was trusting the published measurements on my wood, which claimed 1.5 mm, but was a bit thicker and made assembly more difficult.
Doing its job

GitHub link for 24EngHeadphoneHolder

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