John21 shared this project on Thingiverse!
I wanted to try to 3D print a small skateboard that was usable and strong. This is what I came up with, it is just slightly bigger then a penny board, at 23″ (58.5cm) in length. A $15 plastic skateboard was used as a donor for the wheels and trucks. Has angled aluminum running through the inside as supports, as well as 6 pins that hold the joint together. I’m about 170lbs (77kg) and it has supported my weight fine so far. The axles are 17” apart, which means for its small size it is very easy to ride.
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