3D printed parts Depository

Lightweight / Folding / Portable EVs - seats optional
killisch   100 mW

100 mW
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Re: 3D printed parts Depository

Post by killisch » Aug 14 2015 7:40am

If you use the outer spacer from the voodoojar's design it will work with my design. mine is just a pulley for the drive side. the kegel wheel holes remain the same.
voodoojar's deign is more refined than mine. my 3d modeling experience is fairly limited in that regard. i make functional items first. then work on the aesthetics afterwards.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:968322
custom e-sk8.fr logo.

akiraEC   100 W

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Re: 3D printed parts Depository

Post by akiraEC » Aug 14 2015 8:14am

Hi kilisch
I apologize if my comment sounded rough.
It was not at all my intention to critisize your work !
I have zero ability in 3d modeling and I admire the people who can do it !

I will certainly try one of your pulley !!

killisch   100 mW

100 mW
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Re: 3D printed parts Depository

Post by killisch » Aug 14 2015 8:16am

No worries at all man.
I'm just stating the facts :) my stuff will get you going. but may no be the rolls Royce version haha :P
all good, I'm just stoked if it helps people get rolling.

Hummina Shadeeba   10 MW

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Re: 3D printed parts Depository

Post by Hummina Shadeeba » Aug 17 2015 5:54pm

I found maybe..probably..the greatest ground score I've ever found here in San Francisco. I found a Mankati 3d printer! If you're in SF and want to print something and can get me started working it. Or buy it off me cheap.

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