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April 27, 2017 AT 6:00 am

Dual Mode Windup Car #3DPrinting #3DThursday

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biline shared this print on Thingiverse!

I loved the design but after printing the first one and showing to friends and family I noticed they didn’t know which end was the front until I wound it up and showed them. I thought maybe if it had some head lights it would make it more clear I ended up also added a dual exhaust to it also.

I wanted the gears hidden so that it would look more like a Car model so I made some windows. I did all these changes with Tinkercad, it was a learning experience but I’m happy with the results but I do need to spend time with Fusion 360.

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