Dock for Dyson DC34

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Dock for Dyson DC34 by joostn Nov 20, 2013
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Here's a holder for the Dyson DC34 vacuum cleaner. Includes bracket for the charger plug so it charges when docked.


Created in OpenJSCad: http://joostn.github.io/OpenJsCad/

To customize: edit the .jscad file and create the stl at http://joostn.github.io/OpenJsCad/processfile.html

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Awesome awesome print! I recommend rotating it so that the curved bottom part of the piece is lying on the bed. This will require the least amount of supports and it came out great.

Tried loading the jscad file into http://openjscad.org/ and just get a "TypeError: undefined is not a function" error. Is there a better way to compile the jscad file?

Awesome, thanks. I was able to make my wall mount for the DC56 using your JSCAD file.

So the vacuums look identical but they have slightly different dimensions?

Yea, there were a few measurements that were slightly different. But now it fits perfectly.

This make me want to learn SCAD, seems pretty awesome. Just bought my first 3D printer about 2 weeks ago, so coming from 16yrs of programming, seems like the perfect thing to learn.

simply won't print without distorting so badly which is a shame.

It is possible though. I printed it upright (as shown in the photos, with the curved side at the bottom), ABS, 25% infill on a heated bed. It came out good, just with one little crack halfway.