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Motos para a eternidade

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Motos para a eternidade by RSILVA Jan 4, 2013

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This thing was made with Tinkercad, with help of 123D Desktop.

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Desenho feito no Tinkercad. Modelos tirados do 123D.

If you want just one motorcycle. You can download it now.
Sorry about the three units. I did not know that you could not separate them...

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Way cool. Thanks for building this. I can't wait to create it.

can you make it so there is just 1?

I did it. Take a look

This is proving to be a bit tricky to print. My first attempts to print at high speeds failed, but the portions that did come out looked nice.

I'm doing this on my ToM, scaled down 50%, so the the exhaust pipes are very fragile. Just a heads up for anyone else working on printing this.

If you like I could try to do something easier to print. Just tell me what you need.

Hi, the main problem is the contact patch area of the tires are very small, and if there's any kind of nozzle force acting on the print, it dislodges the wheels during the print.

If you can make a holding block to anchor the wheels to a wider base during printing (which is then cut off afterwards) that should work.

If you like, I can give you the desktop 123d file. You can make any change you want.

Thanks, but I don't have 123D installed. I can make my own changes to the STL, though. Perhaps you can just provide it on this page, and someone else can put the anchors in? I don't have 123D installed. I might also make a derivative myself and add the anchors directly in stl...

OK! Later i will try to do something to help you

My first semi-successful print is posted. My settings need a little more tweaking, and I need to slow down the print some more. This would look really nice printed bigger. May I suggest separating the bikes as well? That would allow printing each bike at almost 3X the size.

I made only one. Take a look

Very Good! Congratulations!

I will separate and send it for everybody

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