This kit contains the necessary connector parts that go into building a Humble Velocipede. It complements the Crankshaft Kit and provides all the 3D printed connectors that cannot be easily laser cut.
The Humble Velocipede is a playful desktop toy designed to scuttle over countertops and coffee tables. Highly recommended as a starter project for 3d printing! The parts are designed to print efficiently on FDM machines and then assembled into a mesmerizing walking creature.
The Ligaments Kit has all the 3D printed connectors that you need. The connectors all have anatomical-inspired names based on the ligaments of the knee.
Included in this kit you will find x10 of each ligament:
- Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL)
- Lateral Collateral Ligament (LCL)
- Anterior Collateral Ligament (ACL)
- Posterior Collateral Ligament (PCL)
Note: Mechanical components not included! You’ll need the Crankshaft Kit and some other 3D printed parts to fully assemble this little beastie.
3D files for use with this kit are available for free here!
Visit our tutorial page for more information, assembly instructions, and other fun ideas!
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