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This is a litte caravan trailer inspired by this book: http://www.amazon.com/Larrys-Caravan-Tales-Hopping-Wood My son asked me to make it for him one day, specifically asking me to 3D print ...
Makerbot replicator2 3D printer (available at TechShop) Epilog Laser (available at TechShop) 1 sheet 11x17 thin wood veneer (http://store.hiromipaper.com/paperwoodwoodveneer.aspx) 1/8" diameter brass or aluminum tube - I got ...
The first step is to 3D print the cart and the two wheels. You can do this at the TechShop if you are near any of its 7 ...
Cut the attached file in the sheet of thin wood veneer. If you haven't already, you'll need to take the Laser Cutting and Etching class at TechShop.
Use the hot glue gun to attach the walls together. Somebody to hold those first two pieces steady is very helpful! Let the walls cool before you go ...
NOTE: If your veneer is flexible enough, this might not be necessary. Hold the roof piece under the faucet briefly to moisten. Curve it over a rolling pin ...
Cut the 1/8" diameter brass tube down to 5". Crimp the ends so they seat more securely in the hot glue.
first, you might need to ream out the axle holes in the 3D printed cart chassis, they tend to fill with strings when using the makerbot. Fill the ...
Glue the walls down to the floor.
If you got it wet and bent it over a rolling pin, wait until the roof piece is dry. Snap the roof over the tabs in the tops ...
A peperclip worked better than the printed trailer hitch, which broke off almost immediately.
'cause that's what it looks like in the book!
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