OPENRC F1 Rain Tires 1

by Palmiga Nov 23, 2015
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looking for some replacement tires for some old Proline Roadhawg tires I have on a F103 will these work?

Could these tires be scaled to 1/8th or Truggie size? Thanks

How is the grip, and overall softness of the tire (in terms as cushioning bumps) between your filament (PI-ETPU 95-250 Carbon Black) with a shore hardness of 95A and that of what Daniel recommends printing the tires out of ( Ninjaflex) with a shore hardness of 85A?

I would say none of them have a very good grip compared to molded standard tires from the store. 85 Shore A is definitely softer than 95, thus the tire is softer. Ninjaflex is glossy and ETPU 95-250 has a matte surface (I think it looks more like the real thing) and easier to print (if your printer is not optimized for soft materials that is) and its UV-stable (but that is no issue for ware-parts like tires right). The conclusion is that they both have pros & cons and its up to everyone to decide what is best for them. KR Thomas

Is there a way you could upload some step files for ur tires?

Great I am looking forward to them

Daniel uplouded the open Rc F1 car 2017 style rear tyres, so I was wondering if you could make some 2017 style rain tires.
greatings from the netherlands.

Hi Staker, sure it´s on my to-do list but I do not know when it will be ready.

What print settings should we use for TPU filaments?

Filament & Printer dependent... check out some pointers here: http://rubber3dprinting.com/how-to-3d-print-flexible/

Is there a printable wheel that fits these tires?

The original ones included with the F1-car