Mecanum Wheel 14

by BLNorris, published

Mecanum Wheel 14 by BLNorris Apr 17, 2010
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This is a Mecanum wheel
I saw that somebody else had a printable one, but it was not shared. So I made this.

You will have to use glue, or acetone, or something to accach the pieces together.

This is designed to use 3mm filament as axles for the wheels.

I also uploaded the blender file, in case anyone wants to change stuff.


Print all the bits out. Either individually or in the sets I made.
Attach the wheel holders to the hub. Make sure to get them all lined up properly.
Add the wheels using 3mm filament.
Make a sweet robot. :)

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Did you do any improvement since the release,
do you have any pictures of the it after printing and assemble it.
how you assemble the holders it doesn't fit, even with force,,,

Nice version for a Makerbot to Print.

My version is now up.

Any chance you'd like to make another hub with slats going the other way, so this can actually be used? As far as I've seen you need opposite angles on either side for this to work properly.

Yep, Thanks for the reminder. Its up now