Wobbler Engine

by Pimboden, published

Wobbler Engine by Pimboden Jan 15, 2013
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I need 0.5 Infil for al the parts.
You Need two Ball Bearings, wich are in inline skates.
If you have questions, write message to me.

Excuse me, my english is not very good ;)

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Dear, thank you for your sharing.
do you have any instruction for installment?
In our country, we can not view YOUTUBE, terrible

Wish there where instructions. Ive printed it. It looks like it needs two ball bearings. But nothing fits properly, I suspect our printer, every thing seems to be off size.

Instructions said "skate" which would IMPLY 608 Skate bearings.What size is the OD of the hole for the bearings? If it's ~22mm then you're looking at either a 608 or 627 skate bearing. If OD is 16mm then it would be a 688, and if 19 then a 698 skate bearing. Hopefully it's 22, as I've got piles of 608 bearings as that's all I use in all my jigs and fixtures. :)

Just to follow up. Just finished printing the body, and a pair of 608 skate bearings dropped right in. :) Still need to print the axle and cylinder, to see if it indeed uses 608's vs 627's, but if it's a 627 should be easy enough to generate parts to use 608's instead...

Looks great. Going to have a go at it once my machine is finished. Will post a picture.

THAT is pretty darn cool. Went to your website looking for the full story - unable to find it. link?