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sorry for the one year late reply....i think a honeycomb structure inside would work really well, maybe even the auto-generated support created by the slicer. what would be easiest by far is printing the tire in two halves and then gluing it together. i'm not sure yet what glue would be appropriate for ninja-flex. if a suitable glue could be found that would bond well, it would be no problem at all to create and print your own tires and custom tread patterns. 1/10 scale would print really nicely. 1/24 is pushing the limits of detail for this material
I never made the small set available, because i was trying to market them. If you spend some time at it though you could probably scale and edit these stl files to be whatever size you wanted. you do have to change the bearing holes though as they dont' all scale perfectly
how did these work out for you? :)
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