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Bottle Boat

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Bottle Boat by Richa1 Jun 16, 2015
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This thing was made with Tinkercad. Edit it online https://www.tinkercad.com/things/hDECTyM6k6Y

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Your bottle boat was the very first thing I 3D printed as a platform for an educational seabot we worked on during Dublin's hack day. You obviously have experience with 3D design and sailboats. I considered attaching the rudder directly to the bottom of the mast and mounting servos to the rectangular holes in the strut but I suppose those are for the shrouds. I didn't use the tiller assembly and am thinking about extending this to create a perfboard platform and/or mount for steering servos. Nice design though!

http://www.opensourcemechanic.com/blog/2015/11/seabot-and-science-hack-day-dublin-2015/

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