by hobbyman, published
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.
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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.
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