flexibility

Feetz Bring Custom Fit 3D Printed Shoes to the Masses

June 29, 2016

If you are among those Americans who have bought shoes before which turned out to be a poor fit, Feetz has a special treat for you. Feetz is a ‘Digital Cobbler’ that specializes in creating sustainable custom fit footwear using 3D printing technology. Would you like to wear bespoke shoes that were designed specifically for […]

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RC Land Yacht Filmed Weaving Down a Hill

April 20, 2016

In last weeks RC Land Yacht Update I had been modifying the steering mechanism and had just managed to 3D print a tyre which I’d designed. This little 3D printed land yacht looked quite functional now, although still being without a sail it’s still really a soap box racer as it needs gravity to power it. […]

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3D Printed RC Land Yacht Steering Mods and New Tyres

April 10, 2016

In my last 3D Printed Land Yacht update I included a YouTube video demonstrating the steering mechanism in action. When I posted this to my 3D Printing Facebook Group someone pointed out that I might need to angle the steering axle, for a couple of reasons. The first is to create some positive caster which will make the […]

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How to 3D Print Using Flexible Filaments Like NinjaFlex

March 16, 2016

If you’ve followed my work for a little while you’ll know that I 3D print quite a few things in NinjaFlex. Most of the time I design and 3D print RC Car Tyres but I’m not just a one trick pony and I’ve been experimenting with other stuff recently. One of the biggest issues with NinjaFlex […]

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Designing a NinjaFlex Bumper for the OpenRC F1 Car

March 9, 2016

As I’m sure you’re aware by now, the 3D printed OpenRC Formula 1 car designed by Daniel Noree is pretty awesome. When I committed to building this car myself I did say I’d also try to make a few tweaks/modifications to it, once it was up and running. It’s certainly up and running now, as […]

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3D Printing and Fitting the Bodywork to the OpenRC F1 Car

January 30, 2016

Last time I wrote about my progress with this OpenRC Formula 1 car project I’d just Completed the Rolling Chassis. Although I’d already 3D printed a little of the bodywork too I’ll explain this part here, along with any issues I had and how I resolved them. By the very nature of this project it […]

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