Tesla Supercharger For The Masses! You Can Print Your Own … For Your Phone

2 years ago by Mark Kane 12

MySupercharger – Print your own smartphone Supercharger from Jan-Hendrik Paulsen on Vimeo.

MySupercharger - Print your own smartphone Supercharger

How many stalls do you need?

Jan-Hendrik Paulsen released a great MySupercharger project, which could bring Superchargers to more people than ever.

It maybe not offer the full 120 kW capability as the original Tesla Superchargers did, but looks great and is compatible with the new charging standard – USB.  No messing with any adapters here.

Meet the DIY phone Supercharger, which can be 3D printed.

All the details and files from the project are available here: DIY – Phone Supercharger.

If you don’t have access to 3d printer, you can still build one from LEGO bricks – here & here.

MySupercharger - Print your own smartphone Supercharger

MySupercharger – Print your own smartphone Supercharger

MySupercharger - Print your own smartphone Supercharger

MySupercharger – Print your own smartphone Supercharger

MySupercharger - Print your own smartphone Supercharger

MySupercharger – Print your own smartphone Supercharger

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12 responses to "Tesla Supercharger For The Masses! You Can Print Your Own … For Your Phone"

  1. SparkEV says:

    If you don’t have 3D printer, check your local library or UPS store or Kinkos. Take the STL file, go away for few hours (or charge your real EV). They charge nominal fee, but you don’t have to shell out for 3D printer you rarely use.

  2. Anon says:

    It’s a neat idea and great advertising for the brand.

    It would be cool if TMC would make their own version, out of molded plastic. Printed items tend to have weird surface smoothing issues, if there are a lot of curves in the object. And there are a lot of curves in this object.

    I just bought Tesla’s Black Leather Jacket this morning, to replace my old beat up one. Can’t wait for Model III !!!

  3. kdawg says:

    I want a Plugless power wireless phone chargers now.

    1. Steven says:

      And that’s what Qi chargers are.

  4. ModernMarvelFan says:

    I don’t plug my phone in.

    It got built-in wireless charging.

  5. Fabian says:

    I would buy this in a second if it were a completed product. It looks fantastic. The model owner needs to let his 3D printer pay for itself and just put these beauties on EBAY!

    1. Pushmi-Pullyu says:

      Unfortunately, using Tesla’s trademarked logo (T ≡ S L A) on something makes it illegal to sell it, unless you get a license from Tesla.

      1. kdawg says:

        Just sell a pencil and it comes with a free Tesla phone-charger. 😀

        1. Rick Danger says:

          GO kdawg! 😀

    2. Mister G says:

      How much would you pay for one?

  6. JR says:

    I whant one!

  7. Andrea says:

    It seems that there is a sales for this product:

    http://www.luftbild-nf.de/tesla-supercharger-phone/