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Give your Google Home Mini some personality! This Android-inspired body is a fun little addition to the Google home mini, designed to give it some personal touch in a shape we all know and love.
The main body design requires supports. The other parts do not.
You'll want to print one of each item, except arm rings (2) and connecting pins (4).
When printing the connecting pins, if you want a tight fit, experiment with scaling. I found that on my Prusa i3 MK2s, 102% was perfect for a tight snug fit.
I added some glue to get the two parts of each arm to fit tightly (choose your favorite glue). Also glued the neck-ring onto the main body.
The eyes and antennae are connected with tiny bits of hot-glue, which holds pretty well and comes right off if you're unhappy with its positioning (just don't smush it too hard into the fabric).
You'll notice the two holes in the main body designed for the arm connecting-pins stick out into the inner part of the body. Some light sanding may be required so they don't get in the way of the Google Home Mini. I edited the model to accommodate for it, but haven't re-printed since.
*Tip of the hat to lingen for his android design (https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:525796) - even though this object was designed 100% from scratch in OpenSCAD, his design inspired some of the decisions I made for this.