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Custom Rollerblades 3D Printed

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Custom Rollerblades 3D Printed by mizchief100 Jul 6, 2013
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This is a custom rollerblade I made for myself. To find the complete parts list, build instructions, steps on how to create your own custom ones, and a video of me skating check out my instructable: http://www.instructables.com/id/3D-Printed-Custom-Rollerblades/

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What type of material did you print this in?

My worry is there is no support under your toes with only 3 wheels so close together.

Very good job, I'll do some when I can. And I hope your project evolves, is a very very good idea!

I'll wait for the fat man version. But nice work none the less.

If you check out my instructable, you can design ones that will fit your feet!

I do have big feet, but I'd be more afraid they couldn't handle all 330lbs of me. This would make an awesome customizer thing. Nice Ible though.

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