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I designed and 3d printed a car for Sphero.

Step 1: Supplies I Used

Step 2: Tools I Used

  • Fusion 360
  • 3D printer

Step 3: Design

I made a cylinder for the body then added sphere holes where I wanted the rubber ball. Then I added a sphere hole that went only partway into the center of the top of the cylinder what created a spot for Sphero to sit and allowed the rubber balls to contact Sphero.

Step 4: Assembling

Just add rubber balls to Sphero car. If you want it smoother you can acetone it first though I didn't see a huge difference. Align Sphero opposite of normal for this to work right

Please add a video.
<p>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4J1pqAoVh0</p>
<p>I can however I am away from home and do not have my sphero with me. I will try to add a video as soon as possible though. I will add it by the end of next week.</p>
<p>cool!</p>
Thanks
<p>What does it do?</p>
<p>Sphero is a robotic ball. This is a car that it can set in and steer</p>
<p>Cool! Can it do anything the regular sphero can't do?</p>
<p>not really just a fun accessory</p>
<p>Oh. It's still pretty cool.</p>
<p>thanks</p>
<p>sorry added wrong file updating now</p>

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