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Here's an easy way to get lots of battery power easily. This mount uses a Makita 18v Lithium-Ion to power your projects. Shown is the 3 amp hour battery. The 1.5 amp hour battery works as well.

Search the web for the Makita Terminal, part number 6438386. It should cost about $5.00. The terminal has .250" tabs on the back for wiring.

The file Makita Battery Mount Final.stl is attached. I used a MakerBot Replicator2 at the normal settings. No raft, with supports. It should take 1.5 hours to print. The mounting holes are for #6 screws.

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<p>Nice job!</p><p>Has anyone tried with the 643852-2 terminal ? </p>
<p>I ordered a bunch of these yellow connectors, will report back with the results soon, but i'm pretty sure the dimensions are the same and will work just fine even with the third contact prong</p>
Any 1 know were to get some of these?
<p>3D print file for terminals:</p><p><a href="http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:863257" rel="nofollow">http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:863257</a></p>
<p>Hi, This looks really handy for a few projects I'm working on, you have hopefully saved me a lot work! Now I just need to track down those contacts.....</p>
Did you ever find this product or make any
<p><a href="http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:863257" rel="nofollow">http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:863257</a></p><p>3d print file for terminals</p>
Anyone no how I can get a hold of this design such a good idea
Did you ever find this product?
<p>Hi, where can I buy this product?</p>
<p>Nice! I can see this being used to power all sorts of things...</p>

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