CARAMEL CRC RC Car Kit


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Bumpers_Tires_TPU 0.2mm
Bumpers_Tires_TPU 0.2mm
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P1P, P1S, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A115.1 h
4.8
Gears_Axle_ABS_0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
Gears_Axle_ABS_0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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P1P, P1S, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A14.9 h
5.0
Chassis_Steering_rest_PETG_0.2mm layer
Chassis_Steering_rest_PETG_0.2mm layer
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P1P, P1S, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A112.2 h
5.0
Calibration test 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
Calibration test 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill
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P1P, P1S, X1, X1 Carbon, X1E, A119 min
5.0
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CARAMEL CRC RC Car

We are very happy to present you our fully printable RC car!

 

You can find everything about project HERE

 The files and instructions are relatively large, and it will be better for you to browse them at the project page.

 

Step by Step Assembly Guide you can download here as *.zip file that contains PDF instructions and Bils of material.

The attached 3mf files are divided according to the material from which the parts should be printed. We strongly recommend printing the first calibration test print.

 

 

3D PRINTED REAR SUSPENSION - We have designed 3D printed adjustable rear central shock absorber and lamellas

 

3D PRINTED FRONT SUSPENSION - Independent 3d printed silent blocks for left and right wheel

 

3D PRINTED TYRES - Double-layered shock-absorbing tyres

 

CRASH PROTECTION - We have front and back bumpers from flexible TPU filament for collision absorptions

 

3D PRINTED GEARED BELT DRIVE - Durable, silent. 3d printed timing belt, pulleys and rear axis system with 1:2 ratio

 

PETG REINFORCEMENT - We have tunnels for additional structural body reinforcement

 

ADJUSTABLE DRIVE HEIGHT - You can change drive height with a few turns of the wheel on central shock absorber system

 

ADJUSTABLE BELT DRIVE - Easy access and adjustable tension of belt drive

 

EASY BATTERY ACCESS - Battery and electronics accessible from the bottom of the car

 

INVISIBLE JOINTS SYSTEM - System of hidden drawers for connecting body parts in robust solid structure

 

EXTENSIONS READY - Tunnels for wiring of headlights and taillights, sound system, sensors etc.

 

NO PLASTIC MELTING - Unique bionic body design allows airflow for cooling of electronics

 

 

 

What you need:

 

1,35 kg of filament needed for all parts, PLA, PETG, ASA and TPU

Your own motor/speed controller, servo, battery and remote controller

screws and nuts

set of bearings

stock timing belt (optional) or you can print your own from TPU

 

For a faster and cooler ride we recommended a Brushless engine. But is more expensive. In our list you can find cheaper version of electronics.

 

You can also watch this review our Caramel CRC from RC Printer on his YouTube channel

 

 

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back half of body (recycled pla came out kinda bad, need to probably reprint, but good enough for now.(Edited)

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Nice to see first body print! But as you write... This filament did not print very nicely. Anyway, I see the suppoorts. You dont want to use our 3mf file? We designed it without supports. :-)

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@Printednest without supports i couldn't print it in such big pieces and it requires alot more screws. :) half the fun for me is messing with the designs as well i think :D I love this model can't wait to finish it.

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@Printednest it's probably one of the coolest projects with 3d printing i've made btw. great work! And yeah i think i'm gonna reprint this body with some gold silk pla, this recycled stuff is pretty trash. (Flash forge recycled pla)

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I'm not sure why but I had an issue with the first plate on the steering print profile (CRC_PETG) Basically two things, first is while i am printing in translucent PETG, it should be much slower and have a brim. Second thing, for some reason it kept changing the temperature to PLA temps (220) even though I was printing with PETG. I looked at the file in bambu studio and don't really see any problems with the settings, however I ended up reslicing it and got it to print on the first try. The one i resliced has a couple changes, 100% infill, concentric everything, a brim, and a .28 layer height instead of .2 Anyways; I don't really see a reason to share the print profile just for those clips but if I get around to it I will. This is by far one of the most fun builds i've done in a long time. I truly appreciate your hard work on making this; then sharing it with us all for free :) sorry i keep flooding your comments LOL I just use them like a build log in hopes my experiences might help others later :P(Edited)

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wow

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Hi, we print it many times, today again from this 3mf and still witnout any issue without brim... :-) Again, thans for your information about your progres, love to see that! Enjoy! :-)))

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@Printednest maybe something screwy with my setup. i was trying to send it from the mobile app so idk. once i did it in bambu studio all was good

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here is my clear boy. body printed on my old mk3s at one buildplate 😅

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this looks awesome!

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Gears_Axle_ABS_0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

Separated the body for 3 plates (just spread the chanse of failed print) 😂

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Don´t worry, it will printed well :-D

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BBL slicer does not seem to like it printed with no supports on a P1S wth BBL PLA basic. There are a lot of large non supported overhangs everywhere.

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Hi De1Horn... yes, there are these places, but don't be afraind. Print will be fine. Check your photos :-) Anyway, if you want, just add support. But is not necessary :-) Enjoy printing!

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@der1Horn i can confirm the overhangs print good even without support.

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unfortunately i dont love the quality due to the filament i used. i mean overall its still amazing but i think im gonna reprint it in gold or silver

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Better filament pleeease :-) We don't have black one, looks awsome :-)

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@Printednest hows this looks like a work of art now. published a new print profile for it which has both body parts on one build plate too. also no supports was better youre right. well minimal supports was still required for the front half.(Edited)

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Timelapse of body printing

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Finished it! couple of questions & suggestions: 1. The 3D printed Timing belt skips on the gears on acceleration. Trying to understand how to fix it. Tried to loose the tension on belt & get ot tight too.. 2. suggest to make an explanation on the electronics connection: the servo+esc connection to transmitter etc. 3. Ordered Hobbywing 1060 ESC - it’s great but not programmable- so I cant callibrate it. maby add another suggested link with some ESC that can be calibrated. Besides all that small issues- the car WORKS! 😂 Great project!

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Calibration test 0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 15% infill

Great print on the first try. All nuts and bearings pressed in with no issues.

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hopefully this 10t 32p gear going into a cf filled polycarb drive gear works better than the nylon and doesnt strip out or melt this time lol. i had to throttle the speed controler to 50% also. it was too fast at 100%. based on my math it coulda gone 70mph at 100% speed lol. 35 is still likely too fast.

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