A stackable fuseholder for automotive blade fuses that uses nothing more than 3D printed parts, M3 screws and regular blade connectorsMaker/DIY
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I thought that most fuse holders were way too bulky for a project of mine, so i made these instead :)
Print one endpiece, one startpice and as many middle pieces you want to stack for your project.
Materials and methods
For the total:
- 2 pcs M3 Screws of a length that suites your stack
- 2 pcs M3 Nuts
For each holder:
- 2 6.3mm blade connectors
- 2 pcs of cable, i used 1,5mm^2
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- Printed on:
- Creality CR-10
- Wow! Erik! I signed up here just to tell you how incredibly epic and perfect this design is! I mean, every aspect of it (how it fit the spade terminals, to fitting the fuse, to the screw hole sizes) was absolutely perfect!!!
- Only things I can think of: Any way to have it so the fuse legs sit a bit deeper into the spade terminals? Keep up the great work!!!
Verry cool. Good job