@Paul_Braham late response but the one I designed was printed with relatively normal PLA settings with no supports. I found adding supports made the whole thing much more of a pain to clean up. It is printed with the bottom side down as it would look while inside the laptop. There is no lid as I didn’t want to deal with screws and didn’t think it would be necessary sitting in the laptop all the time.
I have been using the one I printed months ago with no issues. Been sitting in my laptop the whole time. Its very convenient to have!
I had to move the peg in the back a bit further back to make them fit, but it works perfectly. If I had any knowledge on how to work with 3D files, I would make it so that it printed in the proper position to begin with, but removing the peg with pliers and supergluing it into the proper location worked well too.
Additionally, I had to file down the plastic on the receivers so that the card would fit inside the expansion bay, but with those two slight modifications, everything fits and works perfectly.
Something like this could save even more space for headset dongles since you could slide the receiver slightly under and right up against the wall of the expansion card, you would theoretically just need to solder a little blob between them since they are lined up perpendicular to each other
Oh yea! I love this kind of thing. I made a dongle hider for my logitech dongle, which conveniently can be re-paired (Pair with mouse), and I’ve had it in my framework for… around 6 or more months. I just took a USBA-C adapter that came hooked onto a SD card dock, and modeled around it. Looks a bit odd, but hey! Its discreet enough that no-one notices, unless I point it out!