I love the design from https://www.mysupercharger.net/ for this Tesla Supercharger phone charger. However, it appears that it was made in Blender, requires crazy supports, and is very difficult to print.
I wanted a model that is EASY to print and requires NO SUPPORTS. This model was created from scratch in Fusion 360. All the pieces are printed laying down. All pieces are designed for a tight fit (0.25 mm tolerance), so no glue is required. The red lettering is designed to be pressed into white side pieces. I used a hammer to gently "motivate" the letters into place.
All of the base parts are for lightning connectors (6.7 mm x 1.5 mm) and have openings for connector heads of 7 mm x 10 mm and 3.0 mm cable diameter.
- USB-C connectors (8.3 mm x 2.5 mm) use all of the base parts except where there is a USB-C version. These allows openings for connector heads of 8 mm x 11 mm and 3.5 mm cable diameter.
- micro-USB connectors (6.83 mm x 1.78 mm) use all of the base parts except where there is a micro-USB version. These allows openings for connector heads of 8 mm x 11 mm and 3.5 mm cable diameter.
NOTE: Please let me know if you have a different charger that doesn't work with one of these and I can add a custom Red Center piece that works for you.
- Insert the red center piece into the white side piece with the cord channel
- Push the cord through the hole in the gray base
- Push the cord through the hold in the red center
- Adjust the length of exposed cord in the middle and then push the cord into the channel in the white side piece
- Cover with the other white side piece
- Push the 2 gray columns into the gray base
- Slide the gray base assembly up into the top assembly
- Push the cord out the side channel on the bottom and cover with the final gray base piece
Monoprice Maker Select V2.1
Most of the pieces can be printed at 0.3 mm layer height with no problems, but the two white pieces should be printed at 0.1 mm or whatever fine resolution that your printer can do.