Innovative 3D printed Tesla Supercharger for Smartphone #3DThursday #3DPrinting

3d printed tesla supercharger

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While the market is overloaded with dozens of chargers with new technology, one latest addition to it is the new Tesla Supercharger. A miniature 3Dprinted Tesla Supercharger has been designed by Martin Hansen, who is a 3Dprinting enthusiast and a Tesla diver from Northern Germany with which Smartphones can be charged. Originally the Tesla Supercharger was designed to rapidly charge Tesla’s Model S car till date (2015).

Tesla Model S is changing the world and speeding in the race of new technology in cars. It is the world’s best selling electric car, with all electric features, and is an automotive masterpiece. It is believed to be the most easily chargeable green car on the planet earth. The Tesla car Superchargers can be found at 604 locations. These chargers are capable of providing 170 miles of range to the vehicle with just 30 minutes of charging. Compared to 14 miles provided by 40A high voltage outlet, Tesla has left all the titans of the race behind.

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