This is a bracket I made for my stock of ryobi 18v batteries.
It is angled to reduce the amount of plastic required to support the depth ofthe battery's extension.
V4 should successful 'lock' any "ryobi 18v one" battery using the battery's built in clips.
It should (if printed with the tuned settings) be an effortless push-to-lock fit. Much like the battery will do with any ryobi tool, and such release when the battery's clips are depressed.
The slots on the back should allow for mounting in either orientation. and were designed for use with #6 flat head screws.
This is my first thing; and I know its far from perfect. I made it for my own workshop as a quick and dirty prototype. As such it is Very over engineered and could likely be mounted in a actual workshop and survive a fair bit of abuse without failure. It Should also resist shock, and impact damage from hard insertions or accidental strikes. This also means it should carry any size battery even the 4+ amp hr versions.
0.4mm nozzle, 0.2mm layer height (for me)
I've gone down to 13%, without issue
This should work with any material (perhaps except for ABS if you dont have warping under control)
PLA and PETG are what I work with and I havent had any issue with those materials.
I also have tested both Matterhackers PETG and Esun brand PETG for this print without issue.
You can find Esun filament on Amazon if you are curious. I've found it very reliable and the price its decent. Plus the offer loads of colors which was nice.