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3d printed drift wheels
#21
Great! I'm definitely investing in a printer. What software you using?
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#22
Here's the Recaro seat. I printed and painted it last night
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#23
Looks good, the seat are so hard to place. I fitted one to mine but it was in place of the esc! I don't know how you see some cars with 2 seats and figures?
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#24
(07-11-2015, 04:11 AM)glenyboy Wrote:  Looks good, the seat are so hard to place. I fitted one to mine but it was in place of the esc! I don't know how you see some cars with 2 seats and figures?
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Placement on my sprint2 chassis is very limited.
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#25
Looks awesome! I know this is an older thread, but what kind of prices are you asking on seats/accys ?


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#26
Just bought a 3d printer and I have been experimenting with it. I have made some parts for my sakura d3 (front suspension arms, mono suspension, rear battery mount) and I find it very easy once you get to understand how 3d printing works.

I am planning to print a seat and found one on thingiverse.com, is that the one you printed? If so, did you change anything?

I will post some pictures of what I have made so far
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#27
What printer did you get? And what program do you use? Have you got any pictures?
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#28
I bought a Prusa I3 kit from Ali express.
I use 123d design to design the models and Cura to slice them
later I will post pictures
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#30
And the printer

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Very cheap (in comparison to the higher end ones) and for hobby use I dont really need more
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