Valve releases files for 3D-printing for the Steam Deck

Do you have a 3D-printer and also are curious about the size and look of the Valve Steam Deck? Then you are in luck as Valve has released a bunch of 3D-files for the Steam Deck allowing you to print out a Steam Deck on your printer.

The files are available in PDF, STP and STL-format.  While it is cool to 3D-print one, this also will allow modders to start coming up with their own mods for the Steam Deck just as they have done for the Nintendo Switch, the Xbox and the PS5.

My 3D-printers are currently busy printing some stuff from the Hex3D-Patreon but I will soon switch over and test printing this.

The files are available on Valves GitLab-page.

This repository contains CAD files for the external shell (surface topology) of Steam Deck, under a Creative Commons license. This includes an STP model, STL model, and drawings (DWG) for reference.

We’re looking forward to seeing what the community creates! Please reach out to us at [email protected] with any questions, feedback, requests, and most importantly – interesting creations.

As mentioned in our “Take a look inside Steam Deck” video, you have every right to open up your Steam Deck and do what you want with it. That said, we highly recommend you leave it to professionals. Any damage you do will not be covered by your warranty – but more importantly, you might break your Steam Deck, or even get hurt! Be careful, and have fun.

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