Google Home users with access to a 3D printer may be interested in this awesome build by Thingiverse member Johnxp, who has built a small version of the Robocop ED 209 robot to perfectly how’s your smaller Google Home device. The design you see in the photographs has been printed on a CR-8S and Ender-3S 3D printer.
Its creator Thingiverse member Johnxp explains a little more about the build in some of the issues you may encounter when trying to 3D print it yourself, recommending that support is used for all pieces.
“This is a remix of ED 209 from Robocop by GHathaway. Thanks for such a great model! It took me about 1 months to modify the some existing files, print, paint and test assemble by Google Home mini. The biggest change is the head,In addition to placing the AI speaker The rear of the bottom excavated of the power cord. Suggestions All use Supports – this’s difficult to control quality ,need more time and patience to finish it ! this model will be a topic between your friends.”
Software ：Ultimaker Cura 3.6
Machine：CR-8S and Ender-3S
Extruder temp ： 210 degrees
Bed temp ： 50 degrees
Source: Thingiverse : Adafruit
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