Search Results
I've got a few with all the bits required for certain projects, then I don't have to go hunting for motor, wheels, gears, chassis, etc.  Each box a project-in-waiting and the fact you can see what's i...
124
I cut a slot in the top of one and used it as a setup plate for ages before an ally one was bought.
124
(16th-Aug-22, 10:46 PM)JasonB Wrote:  For me, the function of a bodyshell is it's form. If it doesn't look fabulous and reasonably accurate, then I don't see the point. But to be fair, that's ...
592
TBPH, if those of us who have 3D printed bodyshells didn't like them the way they come out we wouldn't bother printing more or buying more, personally I like the fact they're not perfect, function ove...
592
That's the problem, those two links lead to two more then two more then...all I know is the 3D side of the hobby halved my Slot car hobby time and adding 3D modelling will end up thirding it...I know ...
592
(15th-Aug-22, 06:31 PM)Bazzer Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 12:57 PM)Kevan Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 12:20 PM)Bazzer Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 09:52 AM)Some CAD models are garbage, don\t assume any...
592
No good, need flush cutters...I have two pairs of cutters that came with 3D printers and a pair of cuticle clips but a pair of flush cutters with the tips bent down rather than up would be useful for ...
146
Now if they were mini snips they'd be super useful for cleaning up 3D prints  :thumbup:
146
(15th-Aug-22, 06:31 PM)Bazzer Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 12:57 PM)Kevan Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 12:20 PM)Bazzer Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 09:52 AM)Some CAD models are garbage, don\t assume any...
592
Now they look super useful...but can't think what for  :rofl:
146
(15th-Aug-22, 02:54 PM)Gordon Steadman Wrote:  But how do they then produce the mould? It seems strange that they would have a 'perfectly' proportioned model available and then hand make another...
592
(15th-Aug-22, 12:20 PM)Bazzer Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 09:52 AM)Some CAD models are garbage, don\t assume anything. Wrote:  I only work with CAD models that either me or my competition partne...
592
[Image: https://scontent-lhr8-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t...e=62FF9D54] ...30ft OF FEAR! made me laugh  :rofl:
5,717
(15th-Aug-22, 09:46 AM)Bazzer Wrote:   (15th-Aug-22, 08:20 AM)Gordon Steadman Wrote:  I assume that manufacturers now use this method. Quickly printing a body the right shape then gives the...
592
(15th-Aug-22, 08:24 AM)CMOTD Wrote:  If cost is a major consideration then the Truspeed BP11 is a very good budget proposition. LINK That controller is adequate enough for any hard body racing, ...
165
As you say, 3D printing is a great way to get a model pretty damn close then finishing it off if desired which isn't that far detached from making the same thing in other ways.
592
I can't create 3D bodyshell files because I can't do complex curves.  I did sit down during lockdown v.2 with the intention of learning how as there's plenty of youtube help but the interest quickly w...
592
A 3D print can only be as good as the 3D file and the plain fact is they're made of flat'ish pixels so will never be smooth like a well polished injection molded version. I'm one of those willing to ...
592
Race reports - 11th August - Saloon + Sports   Firstly, it was great to see Paul return to the club for the first time in about 2 years…his Mutley Racing cup still hanging on the wall waiting for him ...
891
Don't worry, the only thing I clean the sheets with is hot water, you don't need soap, grease melts pretty quick in hot running water.
3DP
91