April 7, 2013
Still remember the 3D printable 1:10 Radio controlled truggy car created by Swedish maker Daniel Norée? It is an ongoing project of creating an open source RC truggy that allows everyone to 3D print and assemble at home.
To make it easy for makers Norée has tried to keep the design basic for easy modification. Except the 3D printable parts, you need to get driveshafts, shocks, ball joints, screws, nuts, bearing and electronics for the assembly, but these can easily be sourced from many places. The 3D printable parts are especially designed for FDM 3D printing.
(Images credit: Daniel Norée)
Norée printed his parts on a Makerbot Replicator 3D printer, check out the video below this experimental 3D printable RC Car in action.
OpenRC winter wheel testdrive three month ago.
Posted in 3D Printing Applications
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