Need a way to easily mount your GameCube to a wall (or something other)? Then this simple wall mount could be the right thing to put on your printing list. The mount is more stable than it looks; even plugging / unplugging a controller or a memory card is no problem and doesn't move the cube.
The GameCube's weight is carried by two cones that go into the holes on the back of the device. The two clamps prevent it from falling off.
To support the bottom of the cube, I added a weird looking shape.
You can use it as a permanent mount or just to put it away when you don't play, as you can easily take the GameCube from the wall by pushing the clamps up a bit.
This version will not work with the Game Boy Player attached.
Use whatever screw type (and maybe wall plugs) that fit your wall the best. I'm not responsible if your GameCube falls off and gets damaged.
Other mounts for Nintendo consoles I designed:
The STL file is for mounting the GameCube to a right wall (from front view). For left walls, you can mirror the model on the x or y axis (I didn't test it, but it's possible that the front clamp will partially cover the power button when mountet left).
Print with the wall facing part down and generate supports for the clamps for best detail (the cones must not be misshapen, else you can't push the GameCube all the way to the "back-plate").
Printed with a 0.4mm nozzle in PLA with two outlines for the walls (seems to be stable enough).
The screw holes in this model are for 3mm screws with a countersunk head.