ESP8266-07 Socket

Modified from this design by RFZ on Thingiverse for the ESP8266-03:


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RM 2.54 / Breadboard Socket for ESP8266 ESP-07
Provided as is.
Printed with 0.1mm layer height, using a 0.4mm nozzle.

Recommended settings:
0.4mm wall thickness, 100% infill, 50mm/s

If the holes aren't clean or are obstructed, use a 1mm drill or just a hot cable to drill through.


- Print
- Drill/clean holes
- Fix socket to breadboard with ~2cm long ~0.6mm thick wires
- Bend wires 90° to the center
- Fix wires with glue (I used crazy glue, but I recommend epoxy. The crazy glue was too fluid, went down the holes and nearly glued my socket to my breadboard!)
- Cut remaining wires ~2mm long and bend down ~80°
- Place ESP and solder (be quick and careful, the iron will melt the plastic socket, use flux if you have it)

Materials and methods

24AWG solid core wire



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Mini photo 250xAnibal MASSARIOL commented ago

Thanks. It looks very nice. I wrote a document with all your information together

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