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Shimano-style connector for Schmidt hubs

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Old 02-06-18, 06:05 AM
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Shimano-style connector for Schmidt hubs

a recent thread gave me this idea. I need to change the bottom of the connector to match the radius of the axle, so it's not done yet. Then I need to find a 3d printer. I feel like the outer sleeve will stay on due to the roughness of a typical 3d print surface.
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It would be easy enough to pin the inner/outer sleeve together once it has been assembled. A hand chuck would make short work of it when both parts are together, then a pin could be pushed through with a pair of pliers.

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I got sidetracked on this. The main problem with it is that it is too long. Also, Schmidt started selling a really cool solution that plugs onto the hub and goes to a barrel connector from there. But I do want to finish this.
Link for schmidt part https://www.sjscycles.co.uk/dynamos/...ction/?geoc=US
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