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  1. Hi guys! I did not abandon the project, more than half of the winter has passed. And if everything goes well, I will try to continue the project in March-April. Maybe I'll take the printer to the basement somewhere to print this smelly rubber)))
  2. For a long time I did not have the opportunity to drive my TT-02. But I replaced these springs completely with one interesting option - Chinese shock absorbers designed for a slightly smaller scale. They may not have ideal damping parameters, but they fit our chassis. When I get home, I will definitely do a little review and give a link to these shock absorbers
  3. Hello! Finally, I found a little time for the hobby) My friend asked to design adapters for TA02, that would allow to use predrilled bodies from TL01, TT01, TT02 etc. The result on the photos below) Enjoy
  4. Hi guys. Progress is on hold for now. I ran into a printing problem at home - the flexible resin that I planned to use for the tires smelled very bad during printing. Plus, after the seasonal cooling, the working temperature of printing fails. When I improve the heating and ventilation of the balcony, I will return to the project.
  5. Project in 3d done near 98%. Left remodelling shocks, forward driveshafts, front bumper and rubber net. But this simple part of project, will do it before preparing to print. Now waiting for new FEP film and bath for 3d printer. WIP...
  6. Okay, about me and my project. Finally, today I printed main deck in two copies. Because 1st copy failed to print... In total I spent 15 hours to configuring and printing this part. But result exceeded all my expectations) Some sanding in progress. Cleaning support points. 2_5190604222168571834.mp4
  7. Today I'm modelling front rims for my 1/24 Wild One Blockhead, using new mechanic for me. Suitable with 2x5x2,5mm ball bearings. Every printed part moves this project forward to the tires printing.
  8. Last week I was with my parents in the village. I rested from the urban rhythm of life. While I was there, I received an important package. Resin for printing tires. I picked it up from the post office today. I hope to find time and print test tires in the near future.
  9. Last days same problem. When we move on to batteries, that will not need to be storaged, but have similar specs to lipo with weight, size and discharge rate...
  10. Thank you) I really want to print this project, transfer it to plastic and try to drive it. But have to finish many small details before Can't wait
  11. Today I decided to work on my project and visualise a bit, to imagine how it will look in reality. First posted it in my project's topic. But wanted to duplicate it here VID_20220812_144136_614.mp4 Isn't duplication forbidden by the forum rules?
  12. Short video of rendering. Decided to distract myself a bit) VID_20220812_144136_614.mp4
  13. Today finnaly I complete the rims test) The stress test passed very unexpectedly for me! I thought that the resin was not able to withstand such loads. The type of surface is very uneven asphalt with crushed stone, potholes and overflows, low curbs (up to 15 mm), which I ran into when accelerating. In the end, the rubber completely peeled off and the disk met the asphalt. The result is several small chips 0_o. If you choose a resin with a slightly higher viscosity, then you can do without chips at all. Impressive. Do not pay attention to the painting) I painted it without priming with some children's paints))) because I did not believe that the car would come on its own with whole wheels. To make it clear the nature of the loads: during another side impact on the discs, the servo saver failed to cope with its task and the center of the servo was off by about 15° - the gears slipped through several teeth. Test passed! SLA printing usable for 1/10 scale. Need new resin, with more viscosity. I think, I try to print arms. SLA detalisation and some resin toughness - more perspective for our hobby, than FDM low quality or expensive SLS printing in near future, I think.
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