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Dog with a wrench, Wrenchdog - Dyna Blaster / Dyna Storm / TR-15T parts reproduction

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Easy evening watching cheap TV trash and enjoying some modelling. Meanwhile it is really relaxing for me. ;)

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Both reinfrorced, really tough stuff. :ph34r: Going to shapeways...  Knuckle arm can be used with original C hubs.

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On 5/1/2019 at 1:10 AM, Collin said:

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Finally the prototype print. Was a bit of a thing to get the bearings in right position. Some little tolerances on the print and the shaft doesnt pass both inner rings of the bearing. For my perfection this is all about 3/10mm, which can easily vary from the one to the next print.

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3D modelling is so much fun for me! Once it was computer gaming for me, now its this. So great!

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Dyna Storm front suspension.

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shwooop. Rear Dyna Strom suspension arm. This was much more trick then front arm. Somehow I really want to do some different design, som ehoneycomb or whatever but the original is simply great how it looks. Really floating design.

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DS parts will be available at shapeways as soon I got my proto-prints.

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Printed, testet and fits like a charme. I am happy with the result and I hope someone will be able to fix his runners :)

Dyna Storm front suspension arm (both 3mm hingepin and brass bushing version).

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Dyna Storm rear suspension arm (both 3mm hingepin and brass bushing version).

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And this little usefull friend: Dyna Blaster sway bar brace. J6 and J7 part.

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All avaliable at my shapeways store now.

Dyna storm Carbon fiber parts coming next ;)

 

 

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Prototype cut for original shape carbonfiber parts. Perfect alignment.

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Looking at the rear arms, aren't you worried about the orientation? I've had bad experience with arms splitting around the kingpins. I now always orientate arms in such a way that all the layers wrap around the holes of the kingpins if you know what I mean.

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Not exactly but yes. I couldnt tell the printer operator about how he should place the part in the building room. I am just happy if he is accepting my small amount of parts to print.

How exactly do you place the arms then? flat? Can you show me an exsample?
 

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On 12/24/2019 at 1:38 PM, Collin said:

Rims with rotorblades inspired by nimrod racing.
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Looking really gooooood

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On 12/23/2019 at 6:56 PM, Collin said:

Aluminum bulkhead for DB211x (Dyna Blaster conversion)

 

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Did you get this machined somewhere or is it a cleaned up 3D printed aluminium piece? Looks very good!

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Full Metal Jacket Bulkhead made of 60xx hard high strenght aluminum.

Did you ever print anything in aluminum at work? I had a look but its far more expensive then machining.

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Got a new toy : ) From now on I can do prototyping myself. This makes things so much easier to do. :wub:

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Dont know yet... the airscoop is real selfpunishment. I want it to fit perfectly and right now I am printing version 14. :blink:
For DS/DB/TR15T its nearly all done as I think. But doing some dish front rims maybe next.

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