Introduction: 3D Printed Motorized Boat

I designed this motorized boat awhile back on Tinkercad.

Step 1: Supplies I Used

Step 2: Tools I Used

  • 3D printer

Step 3: Design

I designed this boat in Tinkercad. I started my design by lining up 3 cylinders. Added wedge to help it cut through the water. I designed a case for the motor and the inserted into the boat. I made a spinner by inserting a rotated rectangle into a cylinder flipping it then adding a hole to put it onto the motor. I uploaded a AA battery holder from thingiverse http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:331394. I cut off the screw holes so that it would fit well in the boat.

Step 4: Assembling

  1. Insert motor
  2. bring wires out the hole
  3. Insert cover
  4. Put sealer around cover
  5. Screw in cover
  6. put o ring onto motor
  7. Put spinner onto motor
  8. add contacts to battery holder
  9. Insert battery holder
  10. Connect wires to battery holder
  11. insert battery

Comments

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brettt3 made it!(author)2017-03-25

this made me smile. I might make one to excite my nephew and niece about building things. Great job!

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Jayden17 made it!(author)2017-03-25

Thank you, I would recommend the one with the quarter holder in the front the normal one tips a little far back.

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Swansong made it!(author)2017-03-23

That's looks fun :)

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Jayden17 made it!(author)2017-03-23

Thanks

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Bio: I am a novice designer and i own a Solidoodle 4 and a Robo3d r1+.
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