Anderson PowerPole cap

As you can read on this website, I have been using Anderson PowerPoles as my 12V/13.8V standard connector.  One thing I noticed that sometimes these connectors accumulate dust and dirt in the field. For that I wanted to have a cap which would fit tightly without damaging the connec

So I took the Anderson PowerPole design files (which are public) and designed this cap from scratch. And after a few iterations I found the perfect version for me. It fits without much pressure, but is sturdy enough not to drop out. 

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Also I made a version with a rope hole so you can mount it near the powerpole application 

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Example usage on extension cord.  

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Practical example on my field radio power box.  

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I have been using them now for a year and they still work perfectly. 

Cool I want to have one

When you want one or a few of these caps, I be willing to print these parts on demand and sell them to you.
Check out the special "For Sale : 3D printed parts" page for more info.   

But I have a 3D printer, can I get the STL file? 

This design is isn't opensource (please read this section on the "For Sale - about" page), but when you have a 3D pinter of your own, I may for personal (explicit non-commercial usage) agree on sending you the  STL files so you can make default quantity #4 for your self at your local 3D printing company or at your own 3D printer in exchange for a small fee as a token of appropriation / commission to support my work. I be willing to license the STL file but 

Check out the special "For Sale : 3D printed parts" page for more info.