Thought it could be helpful to have a clearing house topic for links to HE/Home Tech 3D printing info, including printable downloads for HE and other associated hubs (Lutron, Hue, ST, etc.), and other tech devices that we have around the house.
Please fee free to add to 3D printer content/links that may be useful for HE users.
I've taken the liberty of adding links to all the existing 3D printing topics and project links I could find as of today (1/18/22).
General info - 3D printing services, 3D printers, etc.:
Does anyone have some advice on 3D printing services? I am looking to clean up my wiring rack and have about half a dozen mounts that I need printed. I have all the files downloaded from thingverse but am not sure where to go after that since I dont have my own printer.
3D printing service mentioned by
@dgnuff in one of the topics below:
Hubitat hub mounts.
Mounts for the C4, & C5 & C7 (which are the same dimensions) are available!
We bought our new house directly from the builder, so I was able to get them to set things up properly: Cat6 and coax drops everywhere, all coming into a nice network closet. Of course, the HE lives in there, since the closet is (A) central in the house, and (B) made of plastic.
Since I got a 3D printer for christmas, I had to design and print this to allow the HE to be properly mounted in the closet.
If you want to modify it, the Tinkercad model can be found here:
which will allow you t…
C5/C7 mount from
@dgnuff in above topic:
Wall mount for the Hubitat Elevation C7. Four mounting holes on 2 inch (50.8 mm) centers are provided, you'd need to modify this if you need different spacing.
Note that this uses small overhangs to keep the Hubitat in place, they're at 60 degrees...
My grandson got a 3D printer last Christmas and printed this for me recently.
@snell's "adjustable" C4, C5/C7/C8 desktop and wall mounts mentioned in the above topic. See info on his Thingaverse post for info on adjusting his mounts for both C4 and C5/C7/C8 hubs:
Parametric creator for holders/mounts to hold Hubitat home automation hub(s). Options allow for setting what type of Hubitat model it is (C4, C5, C7, or C8), creating either a desk stand or wall mount, whether they will have mounting holes, and other...
Hubitat C5/C7 wall/desk mount (with logo!) from
3D-Printed-hub-stand topic above:
Hubitat C5/C7 mount from
@Shane_pcs from the 3d-printed-solutions-for-home-automation topic
Hubitat C4 mounting bracket (along w/separate mount for USB dongle):
From "Hubitat" search on Thingaverse:
And still more here on Thingaverse:
Corner mounts for the motion sensor. Thanks to
@potts.mike for noting this for inclusion. Two mounts!
Third Reality corner mount 1
ThirdReality corner mount 2
Plus these mounts for flat wall position found by bradford.clarke - click to jump to his post below w/links.
Is anyone currently willing to print a hue sync box mount for me? I found a file on thingiverse and will throw you a couple bucks for printing and shipping.
Shoot me a PM if you're willing to help.
Phillips Hue HDMI sync box from above topic:
Gira Hue plate from
How to mount a Lutron Pico over a recessed working switch, using a 3D printed mount, from @Roguetech.
This is to explain how to recess switches and mount Lutron Picos over them using 3D printed mount. Requires electrical work and 3D printing. It allows using Pico remotes with smart bulbs without sacrificing the ability to cut power to the fixture. It also allow using Picos to control a smart switch, such as a fan controller, while maintaining consistent styling of wall controls.
Original project discussion
here. Original instructions here.
I've created a face plate mount for Lutron Picos to in…
Hub desk & wall mounts from Snell:
From 3d-printed-solutions-for-home-automation topic: Hubduino/Nodemcu:
Has anyone designed any enclosures for Hubduino sensors that can house an ESP8266 and whatever sensor/relay/etc for it? I searched thingiverse, and I didn't see much other than basic ESP8266 cases, or ESP8266 cases with a screen for a weather monitor or whatever.
It would be cool to have these Hubduino things packaged up into something that didn't look like a bomb.
Nodemcu multisensor case from above topic:
UPDATE 10 JUN 2017 - I added a second version of my enclosure that moves the DHT22 sensor outside the case, removes the standoff for the LDR sensor, and adds a pocket for the LED. This should reduce most of the high temperatures being reported by the...
Outlet wall mount for Google Home Mini from the 3d-printed-solutions-for-home-automation topic:
Hi there, I've spent many hours working on this design, so consider hitting the "Tip Designer" button on my page, or support me by purchasing this STL file from my website:
Also, if you would like one of these printed and shipped...
Zooz 4-in-1 Sensor:
Iris v1 motion sensor drop-ceiling mount by @adamkempenich.
Haven't been super active lately, but I managed to throw this together for use in our office's sound recording studio and editing rooms.
It's a super easy print. No supports needed or anything. The motion sensor simply slides into place after clicking the mount into the ceiling.
For those of you with 3D Printers, this is a really easy print. For those of you without them, after my wedding in September I will have time to make more and ship them
Get the file:
Iris v2 motion sensor ball-and-socket mount - linked to/explained by
Like many, I have motion sensors in the bathrooms to control the lights. But I've been dissatisfied by the lengthy delay needed by shower/bath users vs visitors to the loo. Although I love showing guests my automation in the form of lights turning on, in reality, my goal is getting them turned off.
"Hey, why don't you turn the light on?"
"Hey, why didn't you turn the light OFF?"
Which one have you heard the most in your life, so far? This "HA stuff" is all focused on the 2nd one, for ME. …
I made this for a friends telescope set-up to enable him to attach little mirrors and adjust their angle.
Could also be used to mount a variety of components, cameras, speakers, etc.
Iris v2 mount courtesy of
@brianwilson, building off another design.
I tweaked another person's design and made this. It turned out OK. I'm going to use it to mount some sensors in the corner of my garage doors where they are semi-protected from the elements.
Iris IL07 (v3) motion sensor wall mount from the
Iris V2 Keypad mount from
Answered below, but TL DR: Found the 3D print file but it was lacking mounting holes. Grabbed teh file, added mounting holes and reshared the file.
If you have an Iris V2 keypad missing the wall mount and want to use countersunk screws / drywall anchors go ahead and whack one of these out of PLA.
Yes I know I have been away for too long. Life happens and I come and go on various forums.
To bring you up to speed, I have multiple Iris V2 keypads for arming / disarming my alarm state in Hubita…
This is nothing more than https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4948912 zconelli design but with added screw holes to allow hardware mounting to a wall.
I imported teh file to FreeCAD which I stink at, exported it as a Collada file, imported THAT to...
"Generic" outdoor shield for temperature/humidy probe, from the
Weather Station Radiation Shield for Air Temperature and Humidity Measurement. Included are adapters for mounting several different humidity and temperature sensors, including:
1) Adafruits HTU21D-F breakout, http://www.adafruit.com/product/1899
A unique solution for a rain sensor on a pergola from
I use a diy solution that is working flawlessly for over two years.
It consists in a cheap rain sensor board for Arduino connected to an Aqara flood sensor, everything mounted on a 3D printed case.
Aqara flood sensor
Arduino rain sensor
The mounting is so simple: you just connect the board to the exposed contacts of the flood sensor; if the board becomes wet the flood sensor contact is closed, and trigger any automation you want. I use this solution here to inform if there are open …
**SmartThings button mount recommended by scottgu3.
I have a few of the Samsung buttons wall mounted.
I printed a 3d small circular mount that takes two magnets. The samsung buttons readily attach. The mount screws to the wall or 3M tape works as well.
When attached, the button sits just off the wall.
I have them in a couple of locations where I control table lamps on entry into a bedroom.
Samsung SmartThings Button SmartThings - GP-U999SJVLEAA | Samsung US'
Four-button switch mount from jebbett.
Four-button-switch mount download 3D Printing HE Automations/Integrations
A Klipper/Moonraker integration from Jebbett:
I saw the Octoprint driver didn't fully support Klipper, so I wrote one in a day, it's provided as is and you just need to add the Klipper Pi IP address, this uses the Moonraker API and was specifically developed to work with Fluidd as that is my setup, I understand that this should also work with Octoprint assuming Moonraker is installed there too..
I don't have a lot of spare time to further develop but pull requests are welcome, other features may be added when I have some time to do so…
Octoprint driver from Mike10 to enable alerts when print jobs are done:
Put this driver together quickly, I am printing alot of Face Shields for local medical workers and needed a better way of knowing when the print jobs were complete. With a rule in place it alerts me on google home that the printer is finished.
It also can get print completion time, cancel, pause, resume, start jobs as well.
Printing the visors from
found them via 3dprintingNerd on youtube