Balloon Powered Jet Car with Snap in Wheels

by bepppppo, published

Balloon Powered Jet Car with Snap in Wheels by bepppppo Dec 16, 2012

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Balloon Powered Jet Car with snap in Wheels,

I have made this Variation because i wanted my son to play with a safer version of this toy :)


Just print it (i have print it at 10% infill)

Snap in the wheels

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I like that your design has built in axles. It might run smoother with some metal pins, but I really like trying to make completely printed items.

Don't suppose you could publish the scad files?

Nice idea! About 7 hours to print the car and half an hour to print 1 wheel. Didn't run smooth at start but will use some sandpaper to adjust the diameter of the wheel holes so they run smother. ;-)

Toy safety (and safety in general) is something we need to think about more, for sure.

That's right! Safety it's always a priority