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High detailed model of car's brake disc. Using reference models and 2D drawings of a basic brake disk I created this model.
I have scaled all of the parts to be a nice fit on a replicator build platform. I recommend printing with a 40% infill and using support material and raft.
[UPDATE: 27th August 2012 19:08 GMT] WOOO i have finally got round to uploading the files to shapeways so you can now buy them. Here are the links to all of the parts that you will need to order. I am also going to reduce the size down so it is cheaper, more on that soon.
Part 1: http://www.shapeways.com/model/679959/brake-disc-part-1.html
Part 2: http://www.shapeways.com/model/679960/brake-disc-part-2.html
Part 3: http://www.shapeways.com/model/679961/brake-disc-part-3.html
assemble by placing center disc in side the main larger disc (this should be a tight fit). Then place the caliper* over the main part of the break anywhere on the disc. This should be a very tight fit and you should place it where you think you should.
I will be making loads of improvements over time.
If you would like me to place your name or any text on the caliper* please do comment below or email me Ryan King on [email protected] Thanks
*I do believe that is what it is called
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