Pegaso 1080 for Mr.Crankyface's Chassis (Rear Box)

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Pegaso 1080 for Mr.Crankyface's Chassis (Rear Box) by jovilarroig Nov 11, 2017


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This body is specially designed for Mr.CrankyFace chassis. You can find al the mechanical parts in the following links:

Frame: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1695694
Rear Axle: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1676173
Front Axle: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1651135
Gearbox: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1704988
Central Gearbox: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1680949

I also designed these shock absorbers specially for this truck. I've tested them and they work pretty good.

Shock absorbers: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2252957

For this part you will need a 360 x 186 x 5mm plywood in order to make the box base. You will also need more plywood to cover all the other parts and make them stronger.

Notice that some parts need to be printed several times:

- Front column x2
- Rear column x2
- Central column x4
- Side part x6

All the other parts just need to be printed once.

Feel free to remix the rear box in order to make it 100% printable or whatever you want.

Here you will only find the cab files. In order to build the entire Pegaso 1080 you will also need this other parts:

Cab: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2627079
Wheels: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2648302
Accessories: (In progress)

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What type of suspension is between the frame and the axle ?

I use 3d printed springs that I made some time ago. Here you have the link:


You just need some pen springs and some nails. The rear shocks have one spring while the front shocks should have 2 springs. I recommend 2 springs in the front shocks because there is more weight in this side. You could also put harder springs if you have. To put 2 springs in the same shock I introduced the first one inside nail and inside the part called "cuerpo" and the other also inside the nail but between the parts called "cuerpo" and "anclaje". I don't know if I'm clear enough. I'll try to post some photos to make it clearer.

RC Shocks for Mr.Crankyface's 3D printed Truck.

Ok thank for the explaination

Que impresora tienes? ya la vi Geeetech I3 Pro b, ¿le has hecho alguna mejora?

Si. Cambié todas las piezas plásticas del extrusor y del eje X por piezas metálicas. Y desacople los ejes Z y X utilizando esta pieza:



Geeetech Al Anti Z Wobble Remix

Genial compañero, muy buen diseño de la caja

Muchas gracias! :D