Google HOME Mini EU socket stand v.1 (Schuko/FR) stv-is-it
Socket stand for Google HOME Mini, can be connected directly to the European Schuko or French (with external ground pin) socket.
(For Google NEST Mini version visit https://www.redpah.com/product/5325)
The cable is completely rolled up and hidden inside the Stand.
The connector can come out from below or up, as you prefer.
The Schuko shape around the electrical plug increases safety when plugged into the electrical outlet.
4 screws head Pan D(3.9mm) d(2.3mm) L(8.0mm without head).
2 screws head Flat D(7.0mm) d(3.4mm) L(11.5mm with head).
Print 50% infill with 0.2 mm layer.
Thank you to Pawpawpaw85 (thingiverse/2746443) for wall support, slightly mixed with rounding edges and the opening of a window for visibility of Google logo on the power supply.
All my creations for Google HOME & NEST Mini:
https://www.redpah.com/product/4407 (Home&Nest Mini EU stable pwr-supply)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4408 (Home Mini EU stable pwr-supply & cover)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4432 (Home Mini EU-US pwr-supply simple cover)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4415 (Home Mini EU socket stand v.1)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4426 (Home Mini US socket stand v.1)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4491 (Home Mini UK socket stand v.1)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4574 (Home Mini EU socket stand v.2)
https://www.redpah.com/product/4575 (Home Mini US socket stand v.2)
https://www.redpah.com/product/5325 (Nest Mini EU socket stand v.1)
https://www.redpah.com/product/5326 (Nest Mini US socket stand v.1)
https://www.redpah.com/product/5406 (Nest Mini EU socket stand v.2)
https://www.redpah.com/product/5407 (Nest Mini US socket stand v.2)
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Printed with Zortrax M200 (ABS) or with FlashForge Finder (PLA) the pieces are perfect and the photos prove it.
I can't speak for other types of printers, but with my entry-level printer (FF-Finder) I have no problems.
It is essential to use support material (preferably "linear") as shown in the images, otherwise printing is impossible.