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Tesla charge plug docking Type 2

by t0ffluss May 14, 2017
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Which filament have you used? I have problems with warping with PETG...

Hi PaPanda, I actually used PLA.. but be weary of using PLA if you intend to use it in exposed areas (UV + RAIN). I should have printed it in ABS. PETG would be overkill IMHO. When is it warping? During the first layers or after a while? What printer are you using?

Why do we need to downscale it ?
Why you don't have do it, when you design it ?

Printed everything, waiting for my tesla.

Mostly because I’m lazy. ;)

I printed this and it is way too big for the tesla charger that came with my Model 3. It looks in your picture like you have a large black plastic piece around the end that connects to the car. I'm assuming this is a different style charger (UK version maybe)? http://www.danzei.de/wp-content/uploads/2013/12/Tesla_Supercharger_Stecker_mit_Knopf.jpg

My version looks like this: https://cdn.teslarati.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/Tesla-Charger-UMC.jpg

Would have been great to know before I did the 12+ hour print! :) Maybe that's what the "Type 2" part meant, but I'm new to this Tesla stuff.

Yes, not compatible with the US Tesla plug I’m afraid. Try selling it on EBay :)

Hei Richard,

Would it be possible to get the 3d model files from solidworks? I would like to make a simpler one as I do not need it to hold any cables :)

Mvh
Stian