Elegant and durable 3D printed stand for Ableton Push made of black Z-ULTRAT lets you work in a comfy way.

ZORTRAX 3D Printed Ableton Push
Ableton Push Stand

Push – an instrument that allows musicians to make a song from a scratch is a new pad by Ableton. Push puts fundamental elements of music together. Users can play, step sequence and adjust the loop at the same time – it is possible to create variation of phrases, move quickly between song materials with just a few buttons. The producer called it a “studio full of instruments and effects”.

Our designers created a stand for Push that turns it into a comfortable music device. The stand raises the device to the comfortable position to make it easy to control. We decided to use black Z-ULTRAT because of it smooth, elegant and a has bit glossy facture. It is also a durable material and the stand was printed with full infill which makes it a descent piece of design. See the result yourself:

ZORTRAX 3D Z-SUITE Model Ableton Push


Layer thickness: 0,14mm

Infill: Full

Support angle: 20°

Time: 88h 44min

Filament usage: 756g


ZORTRAX 3D Printed Ableton Push Functional


  • andi posted Feb 27, 2016 - 15:27

    where to get the files from?

    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Mar 02, 2016 - 09:40

      @andi, the files are not currently available for download, bud we may consider adding them to the Zortrax Model Library in the future.

      • RDiiO posted Apr 04, 2016 - 08:47

        Please Please add them for download!

        • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Apr 06, 2016 - 23:32

          Hey, @RDIIO the model and the files belong to Luca Toson, maybe he will agree to share them with you;)

  • squareeyes posted Apr 08, 2016 - 10:58

    where can i buy it at least?

    • Ludmiła Rafalska posted Apr 10, 2016 - 12:48

      Hello @Squareeyes, we advise you to contact your local 3D printing services and ask for such option.

  • bigmike posted Jul 19, 2016 - 00:42

    How about some contact info for Luca? I’d really like to print one of these up. You keep going at this one step at a time. “can i get the files? no.”, “can you please add the files for download? No, but contact some dude, but we’re not giving out his info.”, “Okay, can i just frigging buy one? No, you should contact a 3D printing company to buy one.” Obviously you know they can’t print this one without the files. why the run-around? Since you are obviously in contact with Luca, considering he made a 300 component injection molding machine out of 3-d printable parts that you feature, and he made this sweet push 2 stand that you feature, could you maybe be the middle-man, and ask him if we can get the files, or if you can publish them or something?