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Naonaks 3D Printed Tesla Accessories

Discussion in 'Model S' started by Naonak, May 17, 2018.

  1. Naonak

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    I've had several people contact me with regards to some of my designs for Tesla accessories. I am releasing all of them under the CCL. Feel free to use them as you see fit. If you want to sell them for some reason, please contact me before hand and we can work something out.

    Tesla MS Jack Pad w/ Captured Magnets: Tesla Model S Jack Pad with captured magnets by Naonak
    Tesla Model S/X Coat Hook/Hanger: Tesla Model S/X Coat Hanger by Naonak
    Tesla Model S/X Cubby Drawer (With J1772 Holder): Tesla Model S/X Cubby Drawer by Naonak
    Tesla Model S/X Escort Passport Max 2 Mount: Escort Passport Max 2 Radar Mount for Tesla Model S by Naonak
    Tesla Model S/X Sunglass Clip: Tesla Model S Sunglass Clip by Naonak
    EVannex 2nd Cup Holder: Evannex 2nd Cupholder by Naonak

    I'll be happy to answer any questions. Changes to some of the files may be difficult because my license for Solidworks has expired and they are such a pain in the butt to deal with, I've switched over to Inventor, so editing Solidworks models is an exercise in frustration at this point. Inventor models, I can change/modify fairly easily, though.
     
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  2. GatorGuy

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    I like your Max mount. That is a much nicer low profile set up.
     
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  3. luckyj

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    Thanks! I'll be taking a look. I did my own coat hook and cubby drawers a while back and put them on thingiverse. Always nice to see more options.

    I want that driver side footwell air flow redirector that somebody was talking about recently. To help us keep our feet a little warmer in cold climates.
     
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    Me too! I wish I’d have seen this; I ended up mounting mine low. Actually worked out perfectly; I hooked the power cable into the spare switched aux, so it comes on/off with the car. Put the switch under the screen. Escort hardwire cable was the perfect length.
     

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  5. Naonak

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    I'm not familiar with this?
     
  6. GatorGuy

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    That looks good but I just worry about decreased sensitivity with it being low.
     
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    Ah interesting... if anyone wants to send me one, I can see about making one for the classic S. You'll get it back after I'm done. I have a thermal camera, I suppose I could see what's happening under there on my classic S's.
     
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    Thanks! As the owner of atomic filament this made my day!
     
  10. Naonak

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    No problem... always looking to make life easier for myself and others!

    Can anyone tell me if the jack pads work on a Model X, too? Or do I need to make a different one for that?
     
  11. appleguru

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    So far seems to work just as well as when I had it mounted high (in my non-scientific testing from a few weeks of use).
     
  12. Don TLR

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    Thanks for all the uploads, I'm going to see if they received any new material that will work with the jack pad, thanks for all the uploads..
     
  13. Fezzik

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    Thanks for this!
     
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    This is awesome. Saw from your audio posts that you made and adapter ring for the soundqubed sub to drop into the UHFS sub enclosure. If you could share that file it would be awesome.
     
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    With the lack of a 3D printer...anyone (or @Naonak himself) able to make/ship these for folks without the proper supplies? Silly as it is, could really use a sunglass clip :)

    Happy to pay for time, materials, shipping, all that!
     
  16. Naonak

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    I can make it available, but to be honest, I don't know that it is really necessary. The SondQubed sub fits pretty snugly already and doesn't really need any retention.

    Tesla Subwoofer to SoundQubed Retention Bracket by Naonak
     
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