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9 Volt Battery Holder with terminals
by SimCity, published
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Made this when I couldn't find any 9V connctors for a spur of the moment project and it's Sunday so nothings open. (Well ok there probably is but it's a 30min drive and it's 35degC outside)
Needless to say I found one soon as I finished designing this so it's untested
Print it out (adjust scad tollerance if you don't think you can print it accurately enough)
Put 2 M3 philips head bolts in the holes (these should have a rounded head but you can get away with something else with a little adjustment)
Wrap wire ends onto ends of bolts. and add nut and optional washer to hold them in place
Insert battery terminal side first (Check polarity!!!!!)
Push down on back of battery and it should clip in snugly (This is the untested bit so may need some trimming to fit)
If it is way off and too much to trim increase the variable clamp in scad and this will make the ramp at the back smaller.
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