timmiclark shared this project on thingiverse!
My latest tankbot has been designed to be a larger vehicle but printable on a small scale printer.
A number of issues with the other tanks have been overcome (hopefully) with this one.
First and foremost it now runs on two standard sized continuous rotation servos. You can obtain these with various torque settings to suit your needs!
Secondly the tracks are specifically designed to be joined with 1.75mm filament offcuts. These save the need to order expensive stainless steel rods and because they flex, they hold themselves in without need for glue.
Thirdly I have designed it to bolt together rather than being glued – so that changing parts – or reconfiguring it is now possible.
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