all printed on my Rep2X in ABS and powered by a brushless/lipo combo.
Runs great so far (had to replace the first part due to layer separation but I'm amazed that the gears are still in one piece - plan to print another set in Nylon one day).
Hi! I am having some trouble with this huge project, and I am hoping for some help. The original creator isnt responding to comments, as he probably has so many! Anyway, I hope you can help answer these questions. Firstly, where did you get the battery? The link the original creator gave doesn't work, and I want to make sure I get the right plug. Secondly, in the assembly manual, he says you must use many bearings. Do you know where I can get these bearings? also, in the Front assembly and the Rear assembly, there is a large block in the center that I cannot find the file for. Can you give me a name? I really hope you can help me, I am a big fan of RC, and to 3D print one will be epic! Thanks is advance.
My setup will not help as the design has changed since then. I'm pretty sure you will find all the answers to your questions by reading the various forum entries and project pages (e.g. Join the Google plus community).
Do you know how to join those communities? Thanks.
Looks awesome, hoping to some day find a drive train in the US so i can build this. Do you have the details for your OEM parts (Body, Tires, Shocks)?
you can find them in the OpenRC project page.
As mine is based on an older version of the frame, my part list will not help much.
What motor/esc setup are you running?
Here you go:
Turnigy TrackStar Waterproof 1/10 Brushless Power System 4250KV/80Ahttp://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/store/__25141__Turnigy_TrackStar_Waterproof_1_10_Brushless_Power_System_4250KV_80A.html
do you happen to have a parts list?
Very nice build, I like the color. What driveshafts are you using, ones from Conrad?
Thanks. Yes the driveshafts are from Conrad.
I unfortunately am stuck I printed all the pieces , but I would put all metal transmission including differential but I do not know what to buy and where to buy .
Can you help me please?
excuse my bad english
Wow cant wait till the printer is ready to print the parts ;-)
Well done, you did an awesome job!
Thanks guys :-)
looks great. Love the color combo.