- Oct 26, 2017
It's not hard to make it yourself with some Velcro and a d-ring but I just got a 3d printed kit off Etsy for really cheap since I was going to need to order a d-ring anyway. It came with everything needed to do the mod and the parts just snap in place.I am thinking on finally pulling a trigger on a Frankenquest. I hav a Deluxe Audio Strap from my Vive days, which is now sitting unused.
What is the best method of creating that mod? Is it that design?
I was getting to this point with my own design. Mr_Terasaur did a nice job with the shoulders so I merged his with mine. Shaved a little plastic out of his design and added a proper DAS peg so it clicks in nice and secure now. I put my buckle in there also. It works or you can use the one he...www.thingiverse.com
I also found this guide, I hope it's good:
In this video we show you how to perform the Frankenquest mod using 3D printed brackets for a very clean almost factory looking headset. No tools required to...www.youtube.com
My main concern whether Frankenquest is compatible with the official Oculus Quest carrying case.
Unfortunately I don't think the DAS mod fits in the official Quest case. I've seen make recommendations for other cases that are good for it so that's why I think it might damage the DAS strap having to compress it into the official case.