Customizable Toy Car with Captured Wheels

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Customizable Toy Car with Captured Wheels by atartanian Jan 17, 2013
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This is a customizer update of my old captured wheel toy car!


Use the Customizer app to make your own toy car! I'll be updating this with more car body designs so check back soon :)

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I've tried this on abs, went well, but breaks easily in thin cylinder of the wheels. I'll try to print this in PLA to get stronger layer bond. problem is, gap should be bigger and I'm not sure how to do it with the customizer, I'm not yet familiar with the terms yet

Does this need support to print?

No, it's been designed to be able to print without any supports :) you may need to adjust the tolerance between the wheel and the wheel well depending on the accuracy of your printer. Make sure to post a Made One if you print it! Let me know if you have any issues.