3D printed RC truck V3: flatbed+accessories
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The V3 truck is finally complete! Sortof...
This release contains:
-Flatbed with optional bars for mounting a canopy.
-Fenders for front and rear tyres(requires V3 cab bottomplate).
-Air and fueltanks you can mount to the sides for a nicer look
-Rear bumper which allows you to mount 5mm LEDs in it.
You can check out the videos how to assemble this project at:
Note the x at the end of some filenames, that indicates how many you need of it.
4x M4x20 for mounting flatbed to frame.
4x M3x10 for mounting front fender to cab plate.
4x M3x10 for mounting rear fenders to flatbed.
4x m3x16 for mounting fuel tanks to flatbed.
8x M3x16 for mounting air tanks to flatbed.
Superglue or epoxy for gluing flatbed together.
-||- for gluing ninjaflex mudguards to fenders.
For more V3 parts, check out my V3 collection:
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3d hubs: https://www.3dhubs.com/malm%C3%B6/hubs/mrcrankyface
-The air tanks will need support or raft to print properly
-Bumper needs some internal support
-Rear fenders CAN use support but not a must.
Everything else should print fine without support.
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