First off, thank you for checking out my project!
Please post pictures and videos of your Wedge of Doom in action!
Feel free to share your ideas for improvements!
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This 150g combat robot is made around the Feetech servos and 60mm wheel combo.https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-2-4pcs-Feetech-FS90R-360-Degree-Continuous-Rotation-Micro-Robot-Servo-Wheel/173052213397?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&var=471811932218&_trksid=p2057872.m2749.l2649
you will need 4x 10mm 3m standoffs and 8x 6mm 3m screws. ( note: if you want a more aggressive lip on top of the wedge use a 13mm standoff in the rear ) you will need to add a brim to the top to keep the front tip from coming up, well on my 2 prints it has twice. (there is a v2 top with the brim now)
be sure to place the top on its side to print, and do your best to sit the body flat. (update: I placed the parts flat on the print bed so you don't need to worry about doing it)
this is the v2 body the v1 had to much overhang and the wheels didnt quite fit right. i apoligize to anyone who printed that monstrosity lol.
just printed it with no supports, printed perfectly!! the servo is a tight perfect fit and the zip tie hole printed very well too. ill hit the scales later today and see what it weighs. (70.7 grams with the standoffs and screws printed in PLA)
Also i upgraded the body, i removed a small overhang i didnt mean to by mistake, i fixed it! it will look much better now! I also added a top with a added .2mm brim around the tip to keep it from coming up!
here is a video of two Wedge of dooms in action! they are only on a 1s lipo but can run on 6volts and have more speed and torque
you will need to add a brim to the top to keep the front down, i may add in a .2mm brim in just this area so you want have to trim around the whole print.