This skateboard integrates beauty and simplicity. The acronyms above incorporate campus culture and increase its friction, that is, practical and simple.
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The length and width of the plate surface is normal, letters are attached to the plate to increase the friction force of the skateboard, the radians on both sides are beautiful, and the straight plate is seamlessly connected.
Find the wheel in the shape generator, change to the right size and use the sub-light technology shaft as a suspension shaft to fix the bearing, forming a double wheel.
The suboptical technology shaft and the plate surface are connected with a simple connector to make it beautiful and flexible.
The whole is simple and flexible, and the letter ZQS on the board highlights the motto of our school-for it is easy, not for it.
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