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Manufacturing files https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4023342 CERN-OHL-S Start OSHWA certification
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All modern vehicles have a center consol that can charge your electronic devices. This is all very convienient becuase everyone is always looking for a charger. However if the driver is attempting to plug in his or her phone they often times need to travel through what seems like Narnia to find the USB port. Then once they finally find the USB port it'll be their luck that it is upside down. This product brings out these ports and makes it mindless to plug in cables while driving. Soon there will be options for a shelf as well.

Picture of completed print using your printer

## Bill of Materials

- $7: USB to USB 6 inch cable -$6: Aux cord

Link to all STLs and OpenSCAD models -- https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4023342


## Tools needed

MOST Delta RepRap or similar RepRap 3-D printer


## Skills and knowledge needed

The product is 100% parametric. Simply measure the open cavity of your vehicle's interior and customize this product in Thingiverse

## Technical Specifications and Assembly Instructions

Print products note that the "peg" dimension should be the width of the cavity. Then press-fit the peg into the inside wall of the body part. There are three hole options for the peg, can be 1 to 3 pegs if desired. Print time is around 8 hours. with 80g of filament.

### Common Problems and Solutions

Make sure you have the correct dimensions. Everything is parametric but no tolerances have been implemented in Thingiverse. Look at the labels of the variables and fill them out accordingly. Attention to detail is key.

## Cost savings

This is a unique new technology. There are no similar products out on the market right now.

## Benefited Internet Communities

Subaru Owners!! [1]

## References

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Type Device, Project 3d printing, car charger, osat, plastic SDG09 Industry innovation and infrastructure Juergen Stepuert, Kathy Nativi 2019 CC-BY-SA-3.0 Michigan_Tech's_Open_Sustainability_Technology_Lab, MY4777, MTU English (en) 85 Juergen Stepuert, Kathy Nativi (2019). "Car Charging Port". Appropedia. Retrieved August 8, 2022.
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