Valve releases Steam Deck source files for 3D printing

Valve releases Steam Deck source files for 3D printing
Valve releases Steam Deck source files for 3D printing

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Portable gaming PC Valve Steam Deck, one of the most anticipated products of the year. For those who don’t have the patience and want to touch the new device right now, Valve has published CAD files for ready-to-print on a 3D printer, anyone can download them here .

Valve has published the designs, which are available as STL file, STP file, and PDF, for community members to create their own Steam Deck accessories or mods. In a Steam community post announcing the download, Valve describes the release as “good news for all DIYers, modders, accessory makers, or people who just want to 3D print a Steam console to see what it’s like” . Steam Deck is currently available for booking in selected countries. The console will ship at the end of February.

All files are available under the Creative Commons license, that is, for any non-commercial purposes, it is enough to mention the copyright of Valve and comply with this license in any modifications. Commercial use should be discussed with Valve. The company even provides some technical support, encouraging users to contact SteamDeckExternal@valvesoftware.com with questions, feedback, or examples of their creations.