I needed a mount for my new Nest Hello doorbell, but I have triple lap vinyl siding from the 1990s. I remixed the triple lap Ring Pro Doorbell mount from MWZotti with the Nest Hello Siding Mount from jallen2281.
MWZotti Ring Pro Mount:
jallen2281 Nest Hello Mount:
MWZotti's mount had the needed profile for my triple lap siding, and jallen2281's model had the necessary mounting holes for the Nest Hello.
This model is my very first, all of the remixing and tweaking was done in Tinkercad. It's crude and straightforward, but hey, I'm a novice!
The first image is the v3 model, which I have not yet printed. I have removed the small upper wedge above where the doorbell mounts, increased the sizes of the countersinks for the mounting screws, and re-positioned the mounting holes in relation to the vinyl siding mount. Feel free to remix and modify as needed.
I have printed the v1, and it is currently installed and holding my doorbell quite nicely. I will print the v3 once I've knocked out more of the queue that is inevitable when one first gets a 3D printer ; )
I used exterior screws to attach the bracket, but the countersink was a tad small for them. Normal exterior wood screws will probably fit okay. countersink holes adjusted in v3
As a precaution, I ran a pilot drill bit through all four of the mounting holes prior to installing the screws.
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