Carisma GT10DT Spur gear 70T 0.5module

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Carisma GT10DT Spur gear 70T 0.5module by Dampa Jul 10, 2016
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Spur gear for Carisma GT10 DT RC car.
May fit the GTR to.

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Tevo Tarantula










Use small nozzle 0,2-0,4 for best result.
Use durable filament

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Made this gear in Autodesk inventor

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Hey nice model but I tried downloading it to print and it appeared way too small for the car part. Any idea if you could check the scale on it if you have your own car?