OpenRC 1:10 4WD Truggy Concept RC Car
by barspin, published
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This an ongoing project of creating a free for all Open Source RC car that can be printed (to a certain extent of course) at your personal FDM printer at home!
I have tried to keep the design basic for easy modification for others in their favourite CAD software
Also, it's designed for FDM 3D printing.
This is really a proof of concept and i´m very pleased with the result even if there is some work left to be done!
Below is a list of the electronics i use in my Truggy:
Motor and ESC: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__25138__Turnigy_TrackStar_Waterproof_1_10_Brushless_Power_System_4000KV_80A.html
You will also need a Radio and Receiver of your choice.
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Electronics (Check here for suggestions on suitable electronics: https://groups.google.com/forum/?hl=en
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