Dyson DC34 Wall Mount

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Dyson DC34 Wall Mount by daveseff Dec 27, 2012
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For wall mounting the Dyson DC34. It almost felt as if it should have come with one, but they don't. So here is one.



I used deck screws to mount securely into wall studs. This allows for the screw to be flush with the hole. Do not use pan head screws as it will not leave room for the vacuum.

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I know it's a bit late, but I've printed this off for a DC30 and it's a little to small to fit. The STL file wont import into SketchUp through one of the extensions, it's giving back a NaN error.

Can you confirm what the inner dimensions are supposed to be?

I've just made a dc30 mount; soon to upgrade it with a power cord holder so it charges while docked.
will be on my profile shortly.

Weird, I could have sworn that model came with a mount. The one that came with my DC44 has a nifty push-pull-lock-into-place on the charger thing going on. Nice work!