[Edit again: Added an option hook on left or right side to hold a charging cable or jacket]
[Edit: Added double and leaning ribs for even more strength]
Make a hangar for your board that fits your board, printer and wall.
- Choose "Wheel diameter" and "Upright height" as principle measurements. Ensure Smooth is off. Upright height must fit on your printer bed.
- Adjust the support, rib, and plate thicknesses.
- Adjust Lip angle, which determines how much of a grip your hangar has on the board.
- Visualise the setup of both hangars with your truck dimensions in the Draw section.
- Tweak the Rib angle if you want a smooth transition at the bottom of the Upright.
- Finally turn on Smooth. This may take a while to calculate. Up to 5 mins so be patient and turn it off if you want to make more adjustments.
Customize it until you get what you need.
- Will print on small or large beds.
- Does not need support.
- Wheel sizes from 40-100mm in diameter.
Suggest you use a hex infill for strength, especially if you want the thinner support sections and rib.
[Edit: - added an image showing strain guage at 12 kilos. but hang tested it at 15kilos(33lbs) for a single. so 30kg or 66lbs for two hangars. Pretty much OK for your average board, raincoats, and extra batteries :)) ]
I've been meaning to make this for a while but this video pushed me into actually doing it. Thanks #skateforce.
P.S. don't forget my Skate truck risers and drill template.
Don't forget to anneal your plain old PLA if you want it to be 40% stronger.
100-110C in a toaster oven for an hour and let cool.
Will shrink in X and Y by 5% while the Z axis grows by 2%
For more details about this see
Well worth doing.