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I saw this toy in Landskrona museum sweden. It was i guess around 100 years old. I liked it and made this design. It is not the same with the toy in museum, this is quite a new design. But everything is tested and simulated in solidworks. It will run nice.
I'm updating this design from time to time, visit http://www.endtas.com/mechanical-horse-toy/#more-248 for the latest STL files.
front and rear legs are made of identical parts, just as the front and rear axles & wheels. metal-plastic pins or screws would be needed to assemble moving parts together.
I've made some modifications to make model easier to print (for some printers at least); in version 2, axes and wheels are separate and need assembly, they are one piece in version 1. All wheels are identical as are the front and rear axles.
if you need similar (or not) 3d models and simulations or product designs, contact me.
Horse Toy by hobbyman is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
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