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Post by Vanarian » Apr 24 2015 1:15pm

Haha true you're totally right :P

I think I'll buy a big plexiglas box to put around the printer, not as practical but should protect it from wind.
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Post by torqueboards » Apr 24 2015 1:30pm

Vanarian wrote:Haha true you're totally right :P

I think I'll buy a big plexiglas box to put around the printer, not as practical but should protect it from wind.
That works..
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Post by torqueboards » Apr 29 2015 11:39am

Here's another cool printer - http://www.makergeeks.com/dui3de3dprfr.html - $425.95. Putting a plexiglass enclosure around it would be nice with a door to open would be even better.
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Post by lowrizzle » May 10 2015 4:51pm

Looongtime lurker almost-never poster adding a couple of things I just uploaded:

42 Tooth Onda HDT 5m pulley:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:820097

18650 4x1 cell carrier:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:820139

The neat thing about the 42t pulley is that you can really easily tap the stock holes for 5mm screws. I've got a couple longboard projects I'm working on. I've lurked here for a real long time without posting because this place just has that much info to take in without having to ask to be spoonfed, hopefully I can start contributing back ;)

Oh, and here's a nice 3d printer fail, skip to about a minute in. I was printing Sune's faraday motion sprocket when one of the setscrews for the balljoints gave out.


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Post by Vanarian » May 11 2015 5:09am

lowrizzle wrote:Looongtime lurker almost-never poster adding a couple of things I just uploaded:

42 Tooth Onda HDT 5m pulley:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:820097

18650 4x1 cell carrier:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:820139

The neat thing about the 42t pulley is that you can really easily tap the stock holes for 5mm screws. I've got a couple longboard projects I'm working on. I've lurked here for a real long time without posting because this place just has that much info to take in without having to ask to be spoonfed, hopefully I can start contributing back ;)
First, welcome :D

I feel you there but if you're able to bring this kind of things don't be afraid to post.

Second : thank you! The 18650 cell carrier here looks like a good form factor, are the cells able to expand a bit when they heat? Allow me to post this to Freshair topic!
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Post by Vanarian » May 15 2015 9:13am

After further research I've cancelled my order on the Genesis 3D because lack of CE certification so I would have never been shipped in France unless they solved this certification problem.

Instead I went for a TeeBot! Delivery expected in August :)
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Post by buzztiaan » May 17 2015 5:07pm

Just published some models you guys might like ;)

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:833057 (wheel pulleys, both 44 and 48 teeth versions)
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:833053 (motor pulley, 16 teeth version)
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:804463 (updated motor mount for Randal RII trucks)

Images here ; http://imgur.com/95k7sJg,88jZi9W,kS1TcIr#2

I'll let you know later how long this print survives (it's just 8mm thick, printed at 100% fill out of PLA)
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Post by RideTheIon » May 24 2015 7:19am

This is the wheel sprocket adapter for my build.
http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 35&t=69243

The adapter fits an ElectricScooterParts's 54 Tooth Rear Wheel Sprocket for #25 Chain (holes enlarged to 6 mm)
http://www.electricscooterparts.com/SPR-2554.htm
Couples to a MBS TriSpoke Hub
http://shop.mbs.com/accessories-366/mou ... black.html

The adapter is based on MrRocketman's Wheel_Insert_Inside.stp
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:236811/#files
I selected a larger wheel sprocket for my build with a larger bolt pattern. I put in a few night trying to learn Freecad and then sent the job to a freelancer.

Here is the original versus modified
Adapter-original_vesus_modified_eMTB-2015.jpg
Original on the right, Modified on the left
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Post by buzztiaan » May 29 2015 3:13pm

buzztiaan wrote:I'll let you know later how long this print survives (it's just 8mm thick, printed at 100% fill out of PLA)
The 'tube' part that grabs the irregularities on the hanger has seperated from the main body of the mount. I have glued it with 2 component acrylic paint about 20km ago.. Total is now about 35km.
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Post by bandaro » Jun 01 2015 5:46am

83 and 90mm abec flywheel clones, very high accuracy. https://grabcad.com/library/flywheel-sk ... l-clones-1
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Post by torqueboards » Jun 01 2015 11:12am

Sweet deal! Nice -- Did you make it?
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Post by Ptown_Cruiser » Jun 01 2015 8:00pm

@Beto_py or anyone else do you have/know where I can get a model for a 36t 15mm pulley that fits the 83 clones? Beto I know you said you use a 15mm setup unlike most of the people who are using 9mm setups. I am going to investment cast it for a class project (class credit for making my e-board that much more awesome?!?! yes please.) Thanks!

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Post by Hummina Shadeeba » Jun 01 2015 10:50pm

investment cast! cool. always wanted to but never did.
are you going to do a lost pla cast? I heard there's a new wax filament that you could melt out and burn out cleaner than the pla.

you going to do it in aluminum? might as well do something longer lasting and nicer looking like aluminum bronze if you can get that bit hotter.

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Post by Ptown_Cruiser » Jun 01 2015 10:57pm

Yeah i am pretty excited about it, we will have to see how it turns out. yeah I will be doing it with PLA. The wax filament sounds cool, but I know they don't have it for the printer I have access to at school, and there is no way I could get it in time. I have heard that the PLA works pretty darn well though. I am going to do it in aluminum, at least at first (they have tons of casting aluminum for free right now), and if it works well I may well do something a bit better, but I imagine that the aluminum will hold up pretty well.

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Post by Vanarian » Jun 12 2015 11:15am

TeeBot successfully funded 400%! :D

Will be able to join your fray by August haha

There really is more and more materials to print with nowadays, promises beautiful designs for e-boards.
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Post by beto_pty » Jun 12 2015 6:21pm

Ptown_Cruiser wrote:@Beto_py or anyone else do you have/know where I can get a model for a 36t 15mm pulley that fits the 83 clones? Beto I know you said you use a 15mm setup unlike most of the people who are using 9mm setups. I am going to investment cast it for a class project (class credit for making my e-board that much more awesome?!?! yes please.) Thanks!
Let me see.. i think i had on in solidworks..cant remember if it was36 or 38..
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Post by bandaro » Jun 14 2015 5:52am

Speaking to okp regarding the controller housing I have done and while he isn't keen on it, a friend of his is enjoying it. I am also finding no problems in my testing, so uploading the files for all.

Basically, this is a new controller housing for the internals of a GT2E controller from hobbyking. Doesn't use any extra parts and easy to convert. Uses a thumb throttle control, keeps the control panel board unchanged, and is much smaller than stock. Still a little large and heavy due to the 4 AA batteries, so if anyone wants to buy me a GT2B for a similar conversion then that could be cool..

https://grabcad.com/library/gt2e-contro ... ateboard-1
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Post by mccloed » Jun 16 2015 4:32pm

Finally have something to contribute here. I modified Voodoojar's 50mm motor mount for 63mm motors. The sizing fits Torqueboards weld on motor mounts pretty well. Heres the file on Thingiverse if anyone is interested:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:884314

I also made a version for those of us who still use the 20 tooth motor pulley and 40 tooth wheel pulley w/ 9mm belt:
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:884310

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Post by killisch » Aug 13 2015 9:58pm

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:965514

Made a 40 tooth htd5 kegel pulley for 15mm belts.
Cheers voodoojar for the inspiration.

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Post by okp » Aug 14 2015 12:18am

could you make a 32T?

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Post by killisch » Aug 14 2015 1:59am

Yeah no worries mate.
I'll knock one up tonight after work.

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Post by okp » Aug 14 2015 4:14am

thanks !

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Post by killisch » Aug 14 2015 7:23am

Here ya go okp.

any changes preferred let me know and I'll change it as best i can.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:968312

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Post by okp » Aug 14 2015 7:30am

great, is it the same than this one ?

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in this one, it seems that there's something that fits on the other side of the wheel

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Post by akiraEC » Aug 14 2015 7:33am

I dont think so.
There is not part on this outter side and the pully side which is close to the wheel is flat (whereas this other one is curved to match the wheel shape).
It is probably another design.

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