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The Dyson AA - Accessory Antlers

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The Dyson AA - Accessory Antlers by mat_neu27 Sep 24, 2016
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Summary

I've created this handy adapters to keep the brushes and nozzles in one place near the cordless Dyson vac.
This DC 62 vac was shipped with a wall mount where you also can attach two nozzles.
At least not enough for the additional brushes set.
My holders can be easy plugged in those two holes of the wall mount. Get each 3 places for each one of the two holes. Also you can carry the attached nozzles together to the place where you have to clean. Just drop them by unplugging from the wall mount.
Now have fun with collating the nozzles clever and useful ;)

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Printer Brand:

RepRap

Printer:

prusa mendel

Rafts:

No

Supports:

No

Resolution:

0,3 Layer

Infill:

20 % 3D honeycomb


Notes:

Improvements : maybe increasing the outer diameter of the tubes for straight fit.

How I Designed This

like my other projects made with freeCad. Source file is attached ;)

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I made both of these and they work great! Thanks!

Now that I have them I'm debating where on the wall this will hang. Turns out my most useful location won't me make full use of the left side socket. I was debating remixing it to make one for fitting in a corner. But it occurs to me now that you've done the hard work of modeling the clamps I could just use that to make an L bracket style and mount that to the wall instead.

More to come if/when I get around to modeling it. Thanks again!

you are welcome :) Feel free to create an edge edition. If you are familiar with freecad you can use the source as well. The problem with an 90 deg turned clamp would be that you will loose the first slot because you can't slide in a brush close to the wall. Alternative you could add a third slot but at least only for light brushes.
Anyway i tinkered a bit in freeCad: is this what you thought about?
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/hpt7x9trnth5m7v/AAAFSrZ_yUDRGoEDcmsCHBDXa?dl=0

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