Still in development!!!
Don't use it if you are not sufficient educated in bike mechanics!!!
If you want a precise tool you should buy the original from wheelfanatyk!
If you print this out it maybe doesen't fit with the other parts or something else goes wrong.
So you invited to help to develop this by visit: https://www.thingiverse.com/groups/bike/forums/general/topic:28979#comment-1847641
If you have small hands, you maybe can't use this!
- If you want to know the spoketension, you have to calibrate it by using a force gauge for
tensile load combined with a spoke tension device.
- Now you can print the body on a smal printer with a volume of: 120 mm x 120 mm.
- You dont have to print the "spacer" file (it's now integrated)
- You dont need the " thin M4 washers" (they are also integrated)
You'll also need:
I hope this thing can help people who have special interests in bicycle mechanics.
Just as his inventor would have liked.
So thanks to Jobst and his friends.
Special thanks goes to cmh and QuangVuong who helped to develop this thing!!!
Printed in PLA, maybe ABS will work to.
Support will be only need at the "Tensiometer - Carriage" file.