I need someone to help me make a interchangeable battery clip adapter where these Ryobi batteries (found from Home depot) clip into each other as seen in picture
It must be able to maintain enough room and functionality where the electrical terminals make proper contact.
The batteries in the picture are laid out exactly how I want it to clip into each other. Just fill in the space between the battery with the housing that I need for you to design. I also need an access port about 7mm in diameter.
The designer must already have access to these batteries which are common from home depot.
Wants:-consideration will be giving to fit and finish
-how well the battery clips into the adapter
-the placement of a access port about 7mm in diameter
-the ability for me to wire up the terminals inside before final assembly
-the ability for me to install the electrical contact terminals
Ask for Sample:Sample would be nice
- commonly used application that I can take to 3D print (shapeways.com) and even full production molding.
Additional Information<p>Pls disregard the logo(attached) I could not delete that.</p>
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