Trampa FE-X3 - plastic is fantastic ;D

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Trampa FE-X3 - plastic is fantastic ;D

Post by Idea » Jul 18 2016 9:31am

Hi

Next Trampa in this forum :)
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Technical details

Trampa 35° HOLY PRO with vertigo trucks and superstar wheels.
Outrunner motors - 2 x SK3 6374 149KV
ESC - I have not decided , but rather 8-12S ... now I will use for testing 2x FVT 120A (only 6S).
LiPo - ZIPPY Flightmax 30C - 16000mAh 6S (After changing the ESC, can be 8mAh 12S)
Belt transmission - HTD5M 15mm, 15/60 (belt 350mm) and 20/60 (belt 375mm)

MotorHolder (now printed with PETG)
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Mounted set
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New MotorHolder will be made of stainless steel. Conceptual design below.
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Motor Holder pictured is a prototype plastic. The target is to be cut and bent from stainless steel.

Evolution of the pulley
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Regards:
Tom
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Post by okp » Jul 18 2016 2:51pm

again. masterpiece ! that's why I love DIY !!!

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Post by Idea » Jul 18 2016 3:01pm

Thanks OKP :D

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Post by nowind » Jul 31 2016 2:55pm

Best 3D Printed parts i ever seen for a Mountainboard.

Nice Design Mate

keep on building

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Post by Rikobonito » Jul 31 2016 5:15pm

WOW !! impressive :P
Enjoy the riiide soon :wink:
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Post by Idea » Aug 02 2016 4:48pm

Thank you for the good words
Particularly from professionals :)

Jenso, your movies inspired me to build your own electric Mountainboard :D

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Post by Idea » Aug 09 2016 2:58am

New motorholder.
I changed only the design, dimensions are the same.
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Temporary donor organs (ESC and LiPo). I am waiting for the supply of ESC FVT 120A 12S and cases for LiPo (planned set of 16Ah 8S).
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Post by zsk8builder » Aug 09 2016 6:11pm

Could you send me the 3d designs
plus awesome looks

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Post by Idea » Nov 18 2016 4:42am

A short video of riding in the park

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Post by nowind » Nov 21 2016 2:27pm

Great.
I really like you printed Parts, looks nice.
Lots of possibilities for design, like it.

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Post by Idea » Nov 21 2016 4:40pm

Thank nowind :)
A few more photos.

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Post by Idea » Nov 26 2016 5:31am

New motormount for trampa mountainboard trucks.
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Post by Rikobonito » Nov 26 2016 11:35am

Nice ! And light I guess, 4/5mm ?
Looks good ;)
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Post by Idea » Nov 26 2016 5:06pm

Rikobonito wrote:Nice ! And light I guess, 4/5mm ?
Looks good ;)
It's stainless steel so it is 3mm thinner :)



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Post by Idea » Dec 10 2016 6:09pm

Fun in the forest :D

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Post by Idea » Dec 27 2016 4:09pm

Small upgrade
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Post by Cervelorod » Dec 28 2016 12:58am

What's your thoughts on chains versus belts for a mountain board?

I have been designing and printing parts for mine, and probably could shorten my mount up with chain drive. Using sdp-si.com belt designing tool, I calculated about a 6" center to center, which makes a long mount. If I shorten it, I don't have enough teeth engaged.

Otherwise your setup looks great!

Rod

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Post by Idea » Dec 30 2016 4:27pm

I never I used chain transmission, so there is no comparison with the belt drive.

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Post by beetbocks » Dec 31 2016 9:31am

In my experience a 1/4" or 6mm chain works really well..
As long as it's aligned well it's quiet and can be run fairly loose with a great positive feel.
1/4" is the same as used in mini moto so sprockets can be bought very cheaply on eBay.
All my escoots run chains now.

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