Before installing the electronics, I want to get you a sneak peek of the fully assembled OpenRC Formula 1 car. Below are the main body parts assembled before being attached to the chassis. The helmet on the main body cover was another Thingiverse creation. This is the fully assembled car less the motor and electronics.Continue Reading OpenRC Formula 1 Car – Full Assembly Preview
Ok time for assembly of the 45 printed parts. The rear drivetrain and spoiler are the first step. Other than the M3 hardware, there are 6 bearings that are required. Two of the bearings are in the rear drivetrain. The full chassis is printed in 2 parts. This is a top view of the 2Continue Reading OpenRC Formula 1 Car – Rolling Chassis
I have decided to build the OpenRC Formula 1 Car as my first 3d printing project. I have finished printing all the parts for my first car. I say first because I suspect there will be multiple cars made in 2017. There are 45 printed parts in this build from Thingiverse. Everything except the tires are printed in PLA.Continue Reading OpenRC Formula 1 Car – Parts Printed
I recently purchased a new Flashforge Creator Pro and needed a first project to give my printer a workout. While browsing Thingiverse, I ran across the OpenRC project and the 3D printed Formula 1 race car. Further research found that Daniel Noree designed this car as well as 2 vehicles and 2 quad rotors. TheseContinue Reading 3D Printing the OpenRC Projects
Fidget Spinners – love ’em or hate ’em – but you can build one exactly the way you want with 3D printing!