This 3D printed tech deck is a fingerboard. It is shaped as a skateboard but is played with fingers. The deck and the trucks were fully self designed through the Autodesk software Fusion 360, and was 3D printed in a 3D printer. The tech deck is 3D printed, therefore it's lighter than your normal tech deck, and has a low gravity center, being more easy controlled and performs tricks more efficiently. It is easy to take with, pocket sized, and it's a fun fidgeting toy that has great potentials, being able to perform stunning tricks after practice.
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Step 1: Step 1: 3D Model Designing
I used the Autodesk software Fusion 360 to build the 3D model countless tools were used and many versions were designed in this process.
Step 2: Step 2: First Version 3D Printed
In this step, the first version was printed. The 3D printed model was found to be too small, another design with new adjustments was made.
Step 3: Step 3: Final Model Assembled
The fresh printed second model was assembled. Axis and wheels were added on.
Step 4: Step 4:grip Tape Installed
In this process, grip tape adjusted to the size of the 3D printed tech deck was installed onto the deck of the tech deck. The grip tape was made out of sand paper because of the size.
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