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Yes it is possible however the legs of the chip are very weak. Its worth it to wire it up seperatly , since youll need to do that to use it anyway.
Sorry! Here! Ive made a few changes to the design, using supports on the other side with a bearing and getting a 15mm belt instead. I was planning on doing a total overhall, but here https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5OkSU2T21...The models are unchanged.
3D Printed Electric Longboard
Its hard to say because I owned a lot of this stuff before hand. Not including the homemade controller I think its around $450.
This mount or something like it might be able to work in a duel drive system if you spaced it out farther. Remember this is a HUGE motor compared to what you'd probably use in a duel drive syestem.Yup I made all of the models and designs for this project. Any potentiometer that fits would work but the exact one is the https://www.adafruit.com/products/562. The basic digikey ones work too.
Wait so the fuel itself is PLA plastic? Does the plastic itself generate thrust, or just the starter? Does it generate enough thrust to make an actual rocket? Sorry I dont know much about this stuff.
I noticed you are also an arduino nano (essentially) and software serial to control your longboard. Have you experienced any glitches while trying to brake? Mine seems to be having a conflict between the software serial library and the servo library. It works fine when I use a normal radio. It could be a difference in ESCs , or maybe my problem isn't what I think it is, but I was wondering if you encountered it.
I'll try that, Thanks :)
I'l try that. Thanks! :)
XD this is hilariously similar in thumbnail to the project I posted yesterday.
Thank you so much :)
Thank you very much :)
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