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Sorry. That was definitely a typo. Not too familiar with 3D printing and the equipment. I usually act as my fabrication unite working in composites. I've been thinking of using the plans some of the DIY fabrication unites I've found on this site scaling up the dimensions for my need It's definitely more affordable to go DIY if you like the challenge, which I do, and the resolution of the printer or milling cnc is basically what you design into your unit. There are some other great tutorials on building these DIY fabrication unites. Every thing including cncs, 3d printers, and vacuum formers. I agree this has been a great tutorial. Might I say a dynamite one.
Thank you for producing this indestructible. I've been looking for some cad drawings to turn into body casings for an electric bike I'm building. Your design for an RC motor bike are exactly what I needed. I'll be scaling this up and the producing an instrucaionThe fullsized project.
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