The idea with Basic Trailer Project is that you can combine standard parts to make your
own trailer design. It is built with screws and nuts so you can change, upgrade, repair
or take it apart and build something else.
Twist and turn the objects so that the print fits you and your printer.
I have already built a flatbead trailer and I will make some improvements on this one,
which is going to be a 20' container link trailer (picture borrowed from Fliegl).
I will divide this project in separate parts, mainly because I don't think I can manage it any other way. That's why it's going to take a couple of months or so to complete..
I use it with my Tamiya Volvo FH12, but it will probably fit all trucks at 1/14 scale.
Everything is NOT 3D-printed, and it will cost some money to buy these things,
but I think it will be worth it. I've bought parts from different places and I will
add measurements and ev.links.
This trailer requires some tools and knowledge, it is not a toy that 4-year old can build.
Some drilling and sanding is necessary.
Links to Youtube where you can see the trailer I've already made.
Frame Parts required:
U-profile alu 20x10x1,5mm
U-profile alu 10x8x1,3mm
M3 assortment , screws in different length, washers and nuts (try to get some square
nuts to, quite handy)
U-profile alu: (google bar-code for more retailers: 4004338473853)
U-profile alu: (google bar-code for more retailers: 4004338473815)