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OpenRC 1:10 RC Truggy Rims

by barspin, published

OpenRC 1:10 RC Truggy Rims by barspin Dec 30, 2012

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Update 2013-04-06: Latest version (Rev A.9) uploaded.

Rims for 1:10 RC Truggy (or other similar car)

These rims are compatible with 320S Zombie Max tires: losi.com/Products/Features.aspx?ProdId=LOSB7213

Update: Added files w support.

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It takes me almost 6 printing in nylon. Have my Printer tuned pretty well though.
Is this rim a 2 piece design? Just printed 2 of them, face up with support and during support removal, the rim split in two halves...
That sounds about right. 0.2mm layer height and 8-9 hours of print time.

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Not much to say really...
Add support of your choice, print, add a tire and...
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It takes me almost 6 printing in nylon. Have my Printer tuned pretty well though.
Is this rim a 2 piece design? Just printed 2 of them, face up with support and during support removal, the rim split in two halves...
Hey, great thing.

What settings are you using to print this? I've done some slicing and at 80 mm/s and .2 layer height it takes up to 9h printing each wheel. Is that around your print time?
That sounds about right. 0.2mm layer height and 8-9 hours of print time.
Printed 4 of these for my truck, works like a champ. Printed in deep blue and acetone bathed. Looks GREAT
Sounds awesome! Would you mind posting some pictures?
Sure, I uploaded a picture of them on the SCT and one of before/after picture of acetone bathing. Any plans for more rims? I love them!
Printed a pair of these and mounted them on the rear axles of my Traxxas Rustler. The fit is very good, the nut has to be tightened down to get them perfectly in place. Buying some acetone to get tires off some old rims and will try gluing rubber to these soon.
I have printed one of these. I have a question. Why is there a gap in the rim. I like the "sloped" ridge Idea but leaving the ridge open like that is inherently weak. I would like to see a version where the ridge is square and solid. Thanks.
I'm guessing this was printed with the inner portion of the rim facing downwards, and with support?
Sure did. If you want i can post a STL including support.
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