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This is an easy to assemble toy car made using lots of high-tech tools. Once you 3D print, and laser cut your parts, the rest can be zip ...
You will need: (x1) An 11" x 6" laser cut bracket (file attached below) (x2) 3D printed servo wheel (x2) Parallax continuous rotation servos modified for direct drive ...
Sanding and staining will ensure your cruiser's frame is more durable and has a longer lifespan. Sand both sides of your wooden bracket and wipe them off. Coat ...
Grab one of the servo motors. Widen the outermost hole in each corner of the servo's horn with a 1/8" drill bit. Repeat on the other servo.
Zip the wheels to the servo horn using 4" zip ties.
Press fit the 1/4" rod firmly into the wheel's hub. Center the wheel upon the rod.
Place the pivots onto each end of the metal rod. Slip the wheel into front fork of the laser cut bracket and zip tie the pivots firmly in ...
Zip tie both of the servo motors firmly to the back end of the laser cut bracket. Make sure the servos are on the same side of the ...
Place the battery holder on the same side of the servo bracket that the servos and pivots are zip tied to. Line up its mounting holes with holes ...
Turn the servo bracket such that the servos are closest to you. Twist together the red wire from the servo on the left to the black wire of ...
Zip tie all of the loose wires together such that they cannot get caught on anything and the exposed electrical connections can never touch each other.
Insert batteries, flip it over, and watch it go.
Feel free to use it however you wish. I stuck this micro tripod on topn and used it as a camera dolly. It was a lot of fun. ...
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