After I made a mounting system for the Apple TV4, I got inspired. The new goal is to 3D print a flexible mounting system that attaches Apple AirPort Extreme 5th Generation directly to a wall, and simplifying installation.

So at first I need the dimensions from the Apple AirPort Extreme 5th generation.

Then the design the wall Mount in Fusion 360. Fusion 360 is a 3D CAD, CAM, and CAE tool that connects your entire product development process in a single cloud-based platform that works on both Mac and PC. You can download it here.



After many hours of designing this is the end product!

Download all Files for this project on github

or download them form Thingiverse:

Do you have any questions? Leave a comment down below!

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  • Gio Hwang

    Thank you for sharing this piece of masterpiece. It was exactly what I was searching for!
    I have one feedback, which the link to the github points to humidifier project instead.

    If I may ask you two things as I am newbie to the world of 3D printing:
    1. Can I take it to any 3D printing shop with the files you shared on the GitHub?
    2. Do you have a recommendation of the material that I should use to make this, as the Airport Extreme 5th gen is quite heavy?

    Thank you so much for sharing this awesome work and I hope to get a hand of your masterpiece.

  • Gio Hwang

    After some research on 3D printing, I realized you included everything to print it, so my first question is answered.
    But I still wonder what would be a good material to use for this object. Any recommendation would be appreciated.
    Thanks!

  • Thank you very much! and you are welcome!
    I fixed the link directly, sorry about that.

  • Maybe this post will help u http://www.studiopieters.nl/3d-printing-basics/ 😉
    But my recommendation is to use PLA, because you are going to used it inside. But most important it’s better for the environment see this link:
    https://3dprintingindustry.com/news/mit-breaks-down-pla-making-3d-printing-eco-friendly-67710/

  • Gio Hwang

    Thank you so much. I’ll leave you a feedback after get this in my hand.

  • Thank you I appreciate that! Please spread the word so other people can enjoy these blog’s to 😉