J1772 EVSE dummy inlet with latch at 25 degree angle
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Keep the bugs and crap out of your EVSE plug with this nifty thing, and a place to hang your plug when not in use!
I use PLA because it is easy to print with.
I also use PLA outdoors, but it does warp if put under pressure (squeezed) while in the hot sun.
Print time is about 4 hours
colors vary depending on availability!
Thank you for your support! :)
added cleaned version that uses less plastic.
edited cleaned version for more strength
Update 2013-10-03 (unit now available in ABS)
Added a sort-of web store to my blog, to buy this, go here
Update October 24 2014
I have not been selling this particular model for some time. 3D printing is a very slow process.... cast urethane is quicker, and injection molding is the fastest!
The hooded/hook version of this inlet has been my most popular version, which is now available injection molded!
I am selling on both my blog (above) (I ship world-wide) and amazon here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00TBW1NRM
Special thanks to you! the community for making this possible!
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