Update: September 1, 2019; If the old bracket is mounted in a horizontal plane, the insane heat generated by the Aruba deforms it over time. A new version is coming out which is less susceptible to thermal deformation.
Update: April 10, 2019; I added *.iges CAD file types in addition to the fusion360 files.
I drew and modeled this up from scratch in Fusion360. A friend of mine had an "Aruba IAP-205-US Wireless Network Access Point 802.11ac" and wanted to cleanly mount it to a wall or the ceiling. This mount could be used on any flat surface. The attachment screws go through the face of the mount to attach it to the flat surface, and then, the Access Point is twisted into place on this mount.
It's a two piece design to make it easy to print. There is a main mount and the centering pin. The centering pin may have to be glued, but the one I printed did not.
PLA will work but it is very brittle for mechanical parts applications. I recommend eSun PLA PRO (PLA+) . You can see and compare the tensile and elongation data for PLA vs PLA+ in eSun's strength of materials chart (check Amazon).
The Fusion 360 file is included.
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Tags: Aruba, AP, mount, bracket, access point, WiFi, router IAP-205, IAP 205
Suggest printing 4 outer layers for the top, the bottom and the sides. The arms of the main bracket act like springs for retention of the router. The arms need to be solid.
Print it with the arms laying on the flat surface of your printer (not how it is pictured on Thingiverse).
I printed 2 of these mounts. The one shown in the Thingiverse views is printed in Blue PetG. PetG is 'stickier' and does not print as well as PLA+ on my printer.
Press the Centering Pin into the Main Bracket with your thumb. It should stay in place due to a taper fit.