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FRC Battery plugs

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FRC Battery plugs by team2177 Feb 20, 2014
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These battery plugs are designed to work with the Anderson SB-50 connector used in FRC applications, modeled after the plugs provided in the Kit of Parts. There is a "Charged" and a "Not Charged" version, allowing you to easily indicate the battery state while keeping a plug in every battery. You can even print them in different colors to ensure everything is clear!

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Printed on a Makerbot Replicator 2X, normal high quality settings with rafting and supports turned on.

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One of our members designed them on Tinkercad using the Kit of Parts battery plug as a model. We could get the original files uploaded by tomorrow evening if you would like them

Could you upload the original files or possibly let me know where you found the model for the plug or if you did it yourself? I'm a mentor for Team 401 and we would really like to have a set of these for our batteries!

Just uploaded the .stl files. It was all done by one of the students custom, using some calipers to measure the ones we got from the Kit of Parts.

This is a great idea! we (3090) might have to make some for our team.

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