3D Printed Vehicle – Rear Suspension Test (Video)

Here's a robot video that I found interesting:



A test version of the rear suspension of my in-progress 3d printed vehicle. Printed in PLA on two Makerbot Replicators. The parts are all printed at the default medium settings (2 shells, 10% density, .2mm layer height) except for the blue pins, which are printed at 20% density with 4 shells.
By Michael Curry

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