The Nintendo Labo stuff looks awesome. The cardboard accessories are due to hit store shelves later this month. What if you don’t want to wait, though? More importantly, what if you don’t want to make accessories out of cardboard? The Labo accessories seem like a home run for kids, but what if you’re an adult and you want something sturdier? Naturally, Lego is the grown-up solution.

Avid Lego engineer and YouTuber vmln8r used a 3D printer to build a Switch accessory rail that was modified to fit Lego Technic pieces. From there, their only limit was their imagination, and they built their own custom Switch stand, a controller grip, a steering wheel controller mount, and more.

If you have a 3D printer, you can use the existing schematics to print a normal rail, but there are further modifications required to make it Lego-compatible, and you’re pretty much on your own there. It might be worth a shot, and a handful (or several, monstrous handfuls) of curious DIYers should have no problem putting their heads together and figuring it out.

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