Botmobile Dune Buggy
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The wind in your hair... The sun on your face... The sand in your teeth... Everyone loves a day out cruising the dunes in their trusty Botmobile Dune Buggy!
The Botmobile Dune Buggy is an open source 3d printed remote control car that you can build at home. Using the Botmobile chassis the Dune Buggy was built from the ground up as a completely new type of remote control car
See video of the Botmobile Dune Buggy in action: http://youtu.be/tQIfChZZTog
Created By Michael Curry (Skimbal)
The electronics and non-printed parts are available in the Botmobile kit from the MakerBot Store
Print one of each part. Except wheels.stl, which you will need to print twice.
Front.stl and Back.stl are tricky prints. 2 extra shells and 10% infill have yielded the best results. Also try to protect the print from drafts and rapid temperature changes during printing, as this can cause cracking.
Interior.stl can be printed with 1 or 2 extra shells at 10% infill.
Wheels.stl, Steering.stl, Gearbox.stl and Axel.stl are best printed with 0 or 1 extra shells and an infill of 30%.
Created by Thingiverse user Skimbal, designer of the Turtle Shell Racers. The Botmobile represents the 12th revision of Skimbel's effort to create an open source RC Car
Botmobile Dune Buggy by MakerBot is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
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