Unlike the original, this requires only 8 bearings 627z or 608 (like spinner), making it more economical but preserving the resistance of the wheels.
In addition, I created a support for the raspberry pi 3 and another to hold an Lm2596 module to reduce the voltage of a 4S battery that had fallen into disuse.
The base.stl or Main, is based on the design of diass07.
I did not edit the ServoGear, Left_skirt, right_skirt and track_175mm files, but I upload the original lynlim design for ease of the user who wants to download the project.
3D - Parts
- x1 - base
- x1 - Back Right2
- x1 - Back Left2
- x1 - RaspBerry_Support
- x1 - RaspBerry_Support_2
- x1 - RaspBerryMount
- x3 - suspension damper Pin1
- x3 - suspension damper Pin2
- x8 - TapaRueda
- x2 - trackwheelBack
- x2 - trackwheelTop
- x4 - Trackwheelunder
- x1 - Front
- x2 - ServoGear
- x1 - Left_skirt
- x1 - right_skirt
- x66 - track_175mm
No 3D - Parts
- x2 - Servo Motors MG996 Hacked for continuous rotation.
- x6 - ballpen springs (the stiffer type)
- x8 - Bearings 627z ( 7 x 22 x 7 mm), If you have 608, you need to fill...
Whatever you want, but this design has
- x1 - Raspberry PI 3
- x1 - Lm2596 To reduce a 4s Battery to 5v
You may have to rotate some of the stl`s
For the servo gear, I used 2mm wall thickness, and for lower and upper I putted 1.6mm.