This is a LIPO battery mount for my robot car, "Mr. Stitson".
I designed it such a way that (1) the battery can be replaced without removing the cover of the robot (2) it also has a bag for the LIPO alarm (3) the alarm is easy to connect to the battery.
To fulfill these requirements the mount is made from two parts attached to each other by two 3M screws, but only one of these parts is attached directly to the chassis of the robot.
To remove the battery, first disconnect the XT60 connector and the alarm, then unscrew the two screws (this can be done without removing the cover). This enables to remove the outer part of the mount, revealing the battery.
Disconnecting the XT60 connector is much easier than it seems. You can just pull the cable of the battery outwards a bit to let the connector get out of its mount (it should not be very tight). When it is not under the cover any more, it is easy to disconnect.
Glue the M3 nuts into their place
- It is for batteries with XT60 connector, but I believe it is easy to adapt to other kinds