I saw someone else that made a remix of this one that had a better fit then the original but didn't want to share the STL's so I made my own one!
Added some other improvements to like:
- No support needed
- Legs and bell pins are separate parts that you can glue
- Bells has built in support
- really good fit for the home, I couldn't get mine out again :D
As usual I've included STL, STEP and Solidworks files because Sharing is Caring
Added main_body_v4 and bell_peg_v4_wide
The bell beg is a lot wider since I got reports that the earlier version could be a bit weak. This also means that the square holes in the main body need to be bigger, I guess you could use a rotary tool or just print the v4 body that matches!
The settings all depend on your printer, I had to slow it down to half my normal speed just for the pins (feet and bell), otherwise it didn't have time to cool down and looked awful!
Print one of these:
and two each of these
As I said earlier depending on your own cooling and printer you might need to slow down the print for the pegs. I used a rim when printing them just to be sure they wouldn't fall over.
Clean up the prints if needed and use a tad of super glue to attach the pins to the main body. Do a test fit first to see if you need to file the holes some _(depending on your printer)
Insert the Google home mini into the main body making sure that the charging port is at the right place. It should be a tight fit so no adhesive needed!
Attach the top bar with 2 m3 screws or just some more glue if you don't have any screws available. There is a center hole all the way through the bell peg if you want to secure it with a long m3 and acorn nut.
Attach the charging cable and loop it down through the slot in the back and you're done! Have a good nights sleep before waking up with Google! :D