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by Pete Prodoehl

Introduction

A 3D Printed CR2032 Battery Holder.

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  1. You can download the file and print it on your own 3D Printer. Find it in our GitHub repository: https://github.com/BrownDogGadgets/3D-Pr... Or on Printables.com: https://www.printables.com/model/280587-...
  2. The batteries snap into the holder but can be easily removed by pressing on the battery from the bottom of the holder to pop it out.
    • The batteries snap into the holder but can be easily removed by pressing on the battery from the bottom of the holder to pop it out.

    • Every 3D printer is a little different! If your part doesn't fit properly here are a few things to try.

    • Part too tight? Try sanding it or cutting away some material with a knife.

    • You can also try printing it at slightly more or less than 100% scale. to adjust how tight it is.

    • If you're comfortable editing the OpenSCAD file you can make further adjustments.

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