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Bac_a_rats

Double prise USB avec afficheur de tension

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Bonjour à tous,

Je me suis réalisé un petit gadget pratique imprimé en 3D pour avoir sur la console centrale, entre les 2 boutons de commande des vitres, deux prises USB.

Bientôt des photos de l'installation...

En attendant voici le lien vers le fichier .STL de la pièce...

 

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3949900

 

 

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Pour ceux qui auraient perdu le cache d'origine, en voici un en version basique :

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3949774

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Merci pour le stl ainsi que pour l'idée. Si t'as la ref du modèle de ton chargeur USB qui s'enfiche dedans ce serait top ! ;) 

(j'aime bien la littérature qu'on entrevoit derrière... :ph34r: )

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Il y a 11 heures, Zorro_X a dit :

Merci pour le stl ainsi que pour l'idée. Si t'as la ref du modèle de ton chargeur USB qui s'enfiche dedans ce serait top ! ;) 

(j'aime bien la littérature qu'on entrevoit derrière... :ph34r: )

J'ai ajouté l'info dans Thingiverse mais je t'en donne plus : Je l'ai eu pour 12€ sur Wish sous la désignation suivante :

12/24V 3.1A Auto Charger Port with Dual USB Voltage Display Car Cigarette Lighter Socket Splitter Power Adapter

 

 

 

On a même le choix entre rouge, bleu et vert pour l'affichage !

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Le montage une fois en place.
La surface du support est de mauvaise qualité car ce n'est qu'un prototype, je réimprimerai le prochain en qualité optimale avec une finition aux vapeurs d'acétone.
 

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Si c'est du PLA, ce n'est pas adapté pour un cockpit auto : en été la température monte facilement au-dessus de 60°C et ca se déforme fatalement.

Il faut imprimer en ABS au minimum, sinon en nylon (SLS).

Moi j'utilise mon imprimante + PLA pour prototyper, mais pour une bonne finition et l'utilisation d'un matériel adapté je préfère passer par un pro : c'est plus cher mais il n'y a pas photo !

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