Google Home Teardown Summary

The Google Home is almost entirely made of molded plastic parts. It utilizes molded bosses and alignment posts to fasten the device together. Since there will be essentially no loading on the device, strength of the fasteners is not a major concern. It is simple to disassemble if any components break.
There are 27 total screws in the device.

Below are certain alternatives featuring several PEM® fasteners that can help achieve better functionality and cost savings.
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TackSert® Pin

The TackSert® Pins can replace screws and adhesive for easier installation by creating a permanent joint.
It can be useful for any piece that is never to be removed like the side panel.

PEM® Snap-Top® Standoff

Loose hardware can be reduced with the use of Snap-Top Standoffs. The Snap-Top Standoffs can
replace screws for quicker assembly and disassembly.

PEM® Keyhole® Standoffs

The Keyhole Standoffs eliminate loose hardware and allow faster assembly. The keyhole shape can be easily molded.

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