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That's great news thank you for the update.I imported the svg into inkscape and realised it was out of scale so I imported the dxf and that was correct so I used that instead. Never investigated the svg problem.
This is actually the point of the parametric script.In 3mm laser ply as show here they're actually quite sturdy but you could change the thickness of the material in the script to be 12mm and make them really sturdy, or even out of lasercut steel or another material.
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Ah, I keep forgetting to save it as a generic svg file instead of an inkscape svg file. On the plus side you can easily download inkscape and resave it as a Esticam compatible version. It's the great thing about inkscape being cross platform and free.
I think that is a fantastic idea, I've not enquired as to how much that would cost because sublimation printers are still a bit few and far between.
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my website is msraynsford.co.uk or http://msraynsford.blogspot.co.uk/, cool episode
Yep, I would agree with that. You could also make it from 4mm mdf without too many issues :p
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This wheel is great, I love the way you made laser cut bearings to go into the design too. We'll be featuring it on our blog at some point soon. In the meantime I can't wait to see the vehicle you make with these.
Very nice. Did you tweet these?
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