<div id="cookie_notice" class="sw-row sw--padding-2 sw--padding-bottom-1-force sw--text-center sw--bg-grey" > <div class="col-1-2 col-1-1--tab col--no-padding sw--display-inline-block sw--float-none sw--text-left sw--vertical-align__middle"> <p class="col-1-2 col--no-padding small">We use cookies to offer you a better browsing experience. By continuing to use the site you agree to their use. You can find out more about our cookies and read our privacy policy <a href="/legal/privacy-statement" target="_blank">here.</a></p> <div class="col-1-2 col--no-padding sw--text-center"> <div class="col-1-2 col--no-padding sw--display-inline-block sw--float-none"> <a class="btn-white small noty_close col-1-1 col--no-padding" data-sw-set-cookie="euCookie">OK</a> </div> </div> </div> </div>


Philips HUE Dimmer 2 Gang Toggle Switch Plate
EggYolk @SussmanDESIGNS Thanks for the responses! I wanted to add that in regards to being recessed - I knew at the time of purchase from the pictures that this was not going to be fully recessed - so please don't take it as a complaint! I do now understand why it would be next to impossible though. Not sure what happened with the magnets, at first I thought I may have put one of them in upside down and had one of them attracting and one repelling but that wasn't the issue. The did fit PERFECTLY though - so perfectly that I was confident that the tackiness left over from removing them was good enough and didn't need to re-glue. I do hope injection molding plans works out for you, as this is a MUCH needed product. I searched and queried various forums (smartthings / hue / smarthome / etc) and no one had any thoughts on how to replace a light switch with a mount, other than the covers that go over a switch - but this was the exact solution I was looking for and will point others in this direction. Thanks again.
EggYolk This is a much needed product in the marketplace as most all of the dimmer plates are designed to simply cover up the toggle light switch - and not replace it. Was very happy to find it. It does slightly miss the mark though in a few areas of overall function. Mind you, I don't know if the faults are design related, manufacturing failures, or my own ignorance on 3D printed products. The product reduces the "pull" of the magnets more than expected. Not sure if this is due to the printing material used, or if the designed thickness of the back is too thick. The magnetic attraction is there, but just not as much as in the original HUE plate. I was very disappointed in the texture of the product. I ordered "strong flexible and polished" - but if this is polished I would hate to see unpolished. The texture is very much like you would find on upholstered office furniture or car seats. Not great for a light switch as it becomes dirty very easy and is hard to clean. Perhaps my expectations were too high (was expecting a generally smooth feel - not rough). As a side note to this (or other) designers - I would love to see a more recessed holder that make the HUE remote sit flat or close to it. Overall a good product.


We're sorry to inform you that we no longer support this browser and can't confirm that everything will work as expected. For the best Shapeways experience, please use one of the following browsers:

Click anywhere outside this window to continue.