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Naonaks 3D Printed Tesla Accessories

Discussion in 'Model X' started by Naonak, Aug 8, 2018.

  1. Naonak

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    I posted this in the Model S section, but since getting my Model X, I've been testing most of these out and they work fine in the X as well. I also came to realize that I never read the Model X section as an S owner, and I'm sure the reverse is true, so i'm posting this here in the X section as well.

    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. Butka

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    Thanks for sharing. I don't have a 3D printer but can appreciate the work that goes into this. I'll see if my buddy can print off that cubby drawer for me .
     
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    Thanks for sharing. I've had 3D printers since 2013 and I sure will try out a few of them.
     
  4. shrfu31

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    Any Amazon links to a solid 3D printer I could use to make these? Or maybe some names to research?
     
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    Depends on your price range. The cubby draw is pretty big, so a lot of the budget printers won't be able to print it.
     
  6. shrfu31

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    So what type of printer could print this cubby?
     
  7. Naonak

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    I print it on a Taz 5, and I also have a CR-10 S5. I think you need about a minimum of 300x300mm print area.
     
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  8. ccdisce

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    Naonak, Thanks for posting your Jack Pad design link to Thingverse.

    Printed using PETG for one and TPU for another (20mm/s speed needed) , both at 100% infill as I have some filament PETG and TPU filament left over from another project.

    Used the PETG one recently to check tyre for nail ticking noise, works great will use both for an upcoming tyre rotation.

    Pic pf the TPU version attached, cant see how this dense/rubbery feeling version could ever split.

    DSCN0654.JPG
     
  9. Naonak

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    I was wondering how TPU would fare. I would like to try one myself.

    I will upload a solid model without the cavity for the magnets for those that don't have/don't care about magnets.
     

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