In the past Simone Fontana has created some fantastic 3D printable designs that he has released via MyMiniFactory for anyone to download and print.
His latest creation is the 3D printed skateboard which is constructed using five different pieces together with a handful of metal rods and 3D printed pegs.
The design of the 3D printer skateboard is easy to assemble and can be seen in action in the video below. The design takes around 41 hours to print and uses 470g of filament providing a finished skate board that measures 544 x 149 x 41 in size. The design is also printed support free.
I look around and i find someone try to replicate the Penny Board but without success, so i decide to take this challenge and i won! I suggest to print the pin in 100% and all the other piece with an infill from 25% to 100%. The back part i suggest to print from 75% to 100% need to be really strong! You need 3 steel bar with 6.4mm diameter
For more information on the new 3D Printed skateboard jump over to the MyMiniFactory website for details via the link below.
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