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After purchasing cordless drills, saws, weed trimmers etc. one accumulates many 18 volt batteries and chargers--all of which end up consuming flat workspace.  This instructable provides a way to move those batteries and chargers onto the wall.

Step 1:

Make measurements and design a box using Autodesk 123d--or copy my files:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:24586


Step 2:

Print the file with a 3d printer and hang the box on the wall using a wood screw.

Note that this is a 10 hour build on a Makerbot Replicator.  You could build the same thing much more rapidly using plywood--but that's an individual choice.

Step 3:

Here's what it looks like with the battery and charger in place.

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Bio: I am an author and a maker. Current projects include Santa's Shop and Little Friend (ultracapacitor powered robot) on hackaday.io. I'm working ... More »
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