Minifig Golf Cart with Turning Wheels
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This is a Golf Cart, just in case you might need one for Golf-In-Miniature. It also looks a bit like a dune buggy. If you spend your life in the sand traps, there's really no difference.
I might change it and add a roof, it it gets rainy. It was made so that 2 Lego Minifigs could sit side by side and have the cart be made in the style of the original "Toy Car" by atartanian.
This revolutionary design, encapulates the wheels in the cart, so they are printed at the same time with NO ASSEMBLY NEEDED - genius. Nice work jag, madscifi, and atartanian. I REALLY like your cars.
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By the way, this is a print that can really take advantage of Marlin Firmware to round out the tires and axles by making them smooooooth.
On a technical note, this really is the same "Toy Car". I added and subtracted NO VERTICES, and I only moved the existing vertices in the X&Y Directions only! (in Blender) If you note, the file size is the exact same size as the original Toy Car - as it should be. No electons, or vertices, were harmed in making this derivative.
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