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Christiania boxcycle scale model
by SimonFront, published
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A quarter scale model I made to test decorations for our Christiania Bike ( http://www.christiania.us/ )...
The wheels and the body are cut from acrylic, the box from 3mm wood. The acrylic parts include a couple of spare parts (and a lot of unnecessary spacers, leave them out if you are in a hurry)...
Everything goes together with 5 M3x16 bolts.
The wheels are not accurate (they are not critically important for my purpose) - I might update them later...
If you are looking for a 1:1 drawing to work with, download one of the "Decoration Template" files. It includes all 4 sides of the box with wheels and bolt holes drawn in. Our bike has 4 holes on the back of the box for seat belts, as well as a hole in each side to mount the kids bench.
I don't think my measurements are accurate enough to build replacement sides if you want to build a new box to replace a damaged part, but it should be adequate for design templates...
Lastly, I'd like to include a short danish description to make it easier to find (this model came about after hours of searching in vain for something like this):
Christiania Cykel model Light 1:4 skala model og 1:1 skabelon til udsmykning
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