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2.1mm Power Jack Housing

by ecafruoy, published

2.1mm Power Jack Housing by ecafruoy Jan 24, 2013

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A power jack boot I designed in sketchup cuz I needed one.
SKETCHUP FILE INCLUDED

Instructions

A height of 14mm fits a standard 2.1mm solder mount power jack.
The top can be secured via glue, pop rivet, screw, heat shrink tube or a combo of these.

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Nice. You might want to incorporate an additional S-shape or a boss to help resist pulling the cord out of the boot.

I filled the boot cavity with cheapo silicone caulk to make the rig a bit moisture resistant and that added some strain relief. But have at the sketch up file... I haven't had any of my objects made by others yet, let alone modified and reuploaded.

Perfect timing. I just bought a lot of these off of ebay. Thanks!

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