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Chademo inlet for test purposes

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Chademo inlet for test purposes by erroneus Apr 26, 2013

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This is still untested, there is only 1 chademo station near me and I don't go that direction very often. (and it may not be working, not sure). I have the printed connector in my car and will test it next time I am there. This is a mechanical test. obviously, there is no pins to make electrical connections.

05/07/2013 - after doing a mechanical test, i found they keyways were too small, so this should be fixed in this version. I probably won't re-print, rather just drill away excess material somehow.

Instructions

It took 6.5 hours with .3mm layer thickness. I printed with support, turned out pretty good.
This is based on the attached PDF file.

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