that would be main reason to use a wrecked Nissan or Tesla, get the handshake and connector. For all the station knows, it is plugged in to one of their cars. unless they track specific VIN's and know if a car has been totaled. I think they all run around 500V DC for Chademo, DCFC, and Supercharger. Source for stations would be from 3 phase 480VAC. Would think that would drive the DC voltage level through the rectifier.I read somewhere that this cannot be done. Ditto with Tesla charging stations. Be careful. As you are suggesting, there is more than just power involved: there is software communication as well. Please don't blow up your Bolt.
that's like throwing down the gauntlet. I could beat that. of course this would assume the labor is free. wouldn't count the 3D printer as part of the cost. might have to "borrow" a few cars to reverse engineer a few things. couldn't market the final product unless licenses were obtained. that's where the real cost would come into play.It's possible...but it'd be crazy expensive. Like $1,500-$2,000 to make a concept adapter.