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3D printing technology can accelerate the construction of electric vehicle charging stations

due to the introduction of new technologies and products, the use of electric vehicles (EVS) has been increasing in the past few years. About 17800 gas stations now contain charging stations, but this accounts for only 15% of gas stations in the United States. As the number of electric vehicles on the road increases, the construction of public infrastructure such as electric vehicle charging stations must also increase. The integration of 3D printing components of electric vehicle charging stations can provide faster and cheaper alternatives for the construction of charging stations

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development prospect of electric vehicle charging station

one of the reasons why individuals may hesitate to buy electric vehicles is the lack of available charging stations during long-distance driving. Some companies, such as BP venture capital, Royal Dutch Shell and Tesla, are aware of this problem and the need for more electric stations

bp recently invested $5million in the mobile electric vehicle fast charging station of freewire technologies, providing a simple and effective method for vehicle charging. Shell has acquired newmotion, which develops electric vehicle charging stations, to meet the current and future charging needs of electric vehicles. Shell believes that by 2040, it is possible to use lm78053 terminal voltage regulator to stabilize the extracted 12V voltage, and electric vehicles will account for 25% of global vehicles. Finally, Tesla currently operates 1255 booster stations, including a total of 9955 superchargers. The company plans to install more superchargers in the next few years and has a large number of stations in North America

3d print port

sometimes EV owners are not sure where to put the plug without using the charger. As a solution, you can create a 3D print port bracket as a specified location to place components. This holder's real estate is a frequently used raw material in bioplastics that can free up space and prevent any obstacles. The bracket is designed to hang from the wall and contains an inclined opening for easy access to the port

another unique 3D print port bracket is designed by electric car owner Joel Clemens to provide a simpler way to charge at night. Use the makergear prusa Mendal 3D printer to print the holder with 1.75mm acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) material. The 3D printed port holder that glows in the dark is designed to accommodate the j1772 plug for use in home and public charging areas. Some of the advantages of this 3D printing unit are that it provides a unit that is easy to identify in the dark and protects the plug from any dirt, dust or insects. Clemens is also developing microevse and j1772 splitter/extension products to assist in charging electric vehicles


as people realize the benefits of using electric vehicles, the future prospects of the electric vehicle industry are promising. The potential growth of electric vehicles will affect the growing demand for electric vehicle charging stations across the country. More and more companies and designers will create and develop 3D printing components for electric stations. If you are interested in this, please act quickly

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