3D Printed RC SkidSteer V3.0

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3D Printed RC SkidSteer V3.0

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0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 25% infill
0.2mm layer, 2 walls, 25% infill
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Hello this is a fun 3D Printed RC project that's a great way to get hands on experience with standard DIY development electronics.

 

This model specifically is an updated/improved version of the MiniSkidi V2.0 Model. Updates include tracks, quick swap attachment plate, PCB now has mounted 16340 battery holders and a fuse for a much more user friendly experience.

 

I'll link the video I made going into depth on the upgrades below as well as a link to my website where you can pick up an electronics kit that can be combined with your own 3D Printed parts if you'd like to support the development of these little DIY RC projects.

 

RC Skid Steer Electronics Kit: https://professorboots.com/products/rc-skidsteer-kit-v3-0

 

If you're in an area that's unable to receive kits consider becoming a ProfessorBoots Workshop Member which will unlock courses to take you step by step through sourcing parts and uploading the code.

ProfessorBoots Workshop Pass: https://professorboots.com/products/professorboots-workshop-pass

 

How To Build: https://professorboots.com/a/members/

 

 

 

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Would it be possible to order the kit also in EU? Or is it possible to order the parts (especially the PCB) somewhere else? Thanks
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want that too
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Want that too. But it seems like author completely ignores these kinds of questions (people on printables asked that too)
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Hi, I'm trying to come up with a good solution for shipping internationally at the moment. Stay tuned!
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Love this thing so much! Printed without any issues and is a ton of fun to assemble and use. I also love that it's open source and easy to modify.
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Awesome building experience and also the result is enjoyable to play with!
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So amazing! we did the trailer and dump truck next. but i did notice the track don’t fit on the trailer, im going to scale it to make it work! i love the skidi and so do the kids
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Awesome design, a lot of fun to build.
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OMG your little obstacle course was amazing. nice work
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Haha thank you, I'll release the files for building custom obstacle courses here soon so people can really get creative with it.
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Replying to @profjohnny :
cool. this looks like a really fun build. been printing the parts. used some flexible pla for the tracks. the only motors i got are either 540 rc motors or some little drone outrunners, so ill probably need to figure that out... and will likely need to buy some small servos too... but first ill print it and then figure out from there lol
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Really nicely done model. And extra points for the great videos and build tutorial. The world needs more models like this. Keep them coming.
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The Claw is missing from the print files.
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If you click "Raw Model Files" and go under individual STL or STEP you'll see it listed there.
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ok thanks 👌
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This is super cool but at the moment I’m not looking to spend $65 on electronics so it’s gonna sit in a little box for now ):
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Electronics Kit Unavailable in Australia
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