Hi guys! I made a big powerbank a couple of weeks ago, its perfect to have in my schoolbag as backup, but little to big to have in the pocket, so i decided to make another smaller one.
This one is can also be customized with different lids if you get tired of the design, with a capacity up to 8000 mAh. There is an assambley-video step-by-step on the youtubechannel.
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Bill of materials:
Step 1: 3D-print the STL´s
You will need a bottom, a lid and a powerbutton, you can find everything here or at thingiverse:
I printed it at 20% honeycomb-infill PLA.
I used Support for the minibottom part, the other ones no support.
Step 2: Solder the Battery Holder
Make sure you got a Parallell circuit with your batteryholder. Like in the picture, else you will burn the PCB due to high voltage!
Step 3: Solder
The USB-PCB card to the batteryholder, Bta+ (Red) and Bta- (Black).
Step 4: Assamble
First insert the 3D-printed button, then the PCB and battery holder.
Step 5: Glue
Make sure everything works and glue everything where it belongs.
Step 6: Lid
Put the on the buttom and tight the 4 x M3 screws 10 mm.
Step 7: Finnished!
You have complete you Powerbank build, hope you had fun during this tutorial!
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