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  1. Dual Color Print-In-Place wrench

    I had to print this while testing the Ultimaker 3 last fall. I think it came out great.

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  2. OpenRC Quadcopter

    This is a first go at a OpenRC Quadcopter.
    My goals when starting was to create a different design than what we usually see for 3D printed quads and enclose all electronics in the design itself. The idea was an experiment to create parts from a strong material with thin walls and low infill to keep the weight down.
    Everything is designed to fit the electronics from a DJI 450 Flamewheel.
    As you may have noticed i call this a "Beta" verion and that is becasue it´s simply not finished. While all parts do fit together there are things missing in the design.
    Hopefully someone can get something out of this project, maybe use parts of the design or it can spark ideas for new projects.
    Article on 3DPrint.com: http://3dprint.com/61174/openrc-quadcopter/
    Any ideas or thoughts on this project are best asked in the OpenRC Community on Google+ https://plus.google.com/communities/112745535856143176146

    2,111 downloads

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  3. The Furry Vase

    The "Chewbacca" of flower vases?
    Based on the "Dooloop" idea by Mark Peeters, check out his flowers here: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:240158

    2,203 downloads

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  4. OpenR/C 1:10 Formula 1 car

    This is the OpenR/C Formula 1 car. It´s the third generation OpenR/C car and this time around focus is on simplicity! You can print everything in PLA except the tires which are done in NinjaFlex! Of course you can print it in any material you like but for those that want to print a car but only have PLA at hand, this is the project for you!

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  5. Set Screw For Umbrella Drying Rack

    A friend needed a new set screw for their drying rack. Designed in Autodesk Fusion 360 and 3DPrinted in ColorFabb nGen on a Replicator 2X. Learn more about how i print nGen in the video.

    1,105 downloads

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  6. OpenR/C Formula 1 car

    This is the OpenR/C Formula 1 car.  It´s the third generation OpenR/C and this time around focus is on simplicity! You can print everything in PLA except the tires which are done in NinjaFlex! Of course you can print it in any material you like but for those that want to print a car but only have PLA at hand, this is the project for you!
    Full story/interview about the project on Pinshape.com

    1,640 downloads

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  7. OpenRC 1:10 4WD Truggy Concept R/C Car

    Awarded a GrabCAD Golden Gear for "Top Open Engineering Project 2013"!
    This an ongoing project of creating a free for all Open Source RC car that can be printed (to a certain extent of course) at your personal FDM printer at home!
    I have tried to keep the design basic for easy modification for others in their favourite CAD software
    This is really a proof of concept and i´m very pleased with the result even if there is some work left to be done!
    Check out the PDF´s for assembly help.
    For help on what electronics to get see below.
    Join the discussion over at Google+:https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112745535856143176146
    Article: http://3dprintingindustry.com/2014/09/11/look-far-3d-printed-open-rc-project-come/




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  8. OpenRC 1:10 4WD Touring Concept RC Car

    Here´s where it all started, this was my first go at creating a printable rc car which later resulted in the OpenRC Truggy car.
    I learned alot from this car and so it is a little bit different. It is has belt drive and is built on a aluminum plate so it is not as "printable" as it´s successor, the Truggy (https://www.youmagine.com/designs/openr-c-1-10-4wd-truggy-concept-r-c-car).








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  9. OpenRailway EMD SW1500 1:32 Locomotive

    The EMD SW 1500 is a American diesel switcher locomotive made by General Motors' Electro-Motive Division during the 60's and 70's. Some 800 were made and there are several still in serivce in the United States.
    This 1:32 scale version of the EMD SW 1500 locomotive is part of "The OpenRailway Project" which is a Open Source initiative to bring more free model trains to the world. While having done several different 3Dprinting projects in the past i needed something with more attention todetail to 3Dprint. Since me and my dad had already built a garden railway (scale 1:32) it felt like a good idea to go for a train. I went to a model train store in Stockholm to discuss what train that might be suitable and after two or three cups of coffee i decided on the EMD SW1500.
    Desingwork began by searching for specifications, drawings and pictures. While i din´t have very much luck finding the kind of drawings i initially hoped for (i did find a few) i had to rely heavily on different photos hence some details may be incorrect. Everything is 3D-printed but the handrail which is made from 1,5mm Aluminium welding rod. The are some details that need attention but basically you can print and assemble everyting if you want to own your very own 1:32 SW1500.
    Article about The OpenRailway Project: http://3dprint.com/24721/open-railway-project-3d/

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  10. OpenR/C Formula 1

    1:10 radiocontrolled F1 car

    1,502 downloads

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  11. OpenRC 65T Spur Gear Vase

    This vase is based on the profile of the Central Differential 65T spur gear on the OpenRC Truggy.  
    The base of the vase have the exact profile as the original spur gear.  
    The vases on the pictures are printed on a ZYYX 3D printer with a enlarged nozzle (1.0mm) and the layers are 1.0mm.  
    Print speed kept to a minimum (5.0mm/s) for optimal clarity of the Taulman T-Glase PETT material.

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