Coin battery backpack - No soldering needed

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Coin battery backpack - No soldering needed by bmcage Apr 24, 2013
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A customizable coin (button) battery holder to power your gadgets that requires no soldering.

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1/put a wire through one of the back holes, and loop it back out.
2/slide a second wire through the front holes
3/slide in the coin battery to power your device


Edit 5 May 2013: Added the ability to create a rack of the holders, and added a build plate. As example, an stl with 20 holders uploaded

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Thanks for making this available. I changed the code slightly to create a 2x2 holder for CR2032 batteries for a project I'm doing. Your script made it very easy to create the holder I needed.

I printed this part out twice to make sure it was correct size. I can tell you this is not the correct size for a cr2032 battery it printed half the size of the battery.

What can I say? You must be doing something wrong. Could be your slicing software
For simplicity, download the SCAD file, open it with openscad (http://www.openscad.org/). Units in openscad are mm. You can change units at the top of the file. Then press F5 to look at the file. Press F6 to make a 3d object, and in File menu export then to an stl. That one should have the correct size.