After a while reading and gathering information I’m going to start my build thread. What keeping me busy was finishing my workshop after we moved into our new flat so within this weekend it should be mostly completed and I can focus on my build.
Main focus for my build:
- Use standard parts
- Make it easy to assemble
- Really clean build without loose or hanging cables
- Easy to maintain
I was developing heavily with catia in my previous job and now in private swapped over to fusion 360 with this build and I love this cad program.
5 Graphene battery’s with 2S 90C discharge in series with 4600mah are going to power this little fella.
All in a swappable battery to enlarge my range or make it accessible for transportation. So for the start with one battery and try to build it up as easy as I can to enlarge my set up afterwards. With a travel save battery and long range battery etc.
- Bypass bms from bestech
- Pcb internal connection (no or at least almost no cables)
- Laptop style charger with Arduino and an e ink display for my curiosity of the cell values.
The enclosure is sitting flat on the board because I really hate all the gasket screwing directly to the board. So it is going to have some nice revision cover with plastic screws and thin silicon seals.
DB Freeride 38" very similar in shape to the Evolve
Truck & Wheels & Mounts:
Evolve Trucks with Evolve AT Wheel set & Unik Board CNC milled aluminum holder
I think im going with dual eskating 190kv motors 6355
Pro ordered the Unity
For now. I ordered most of the parts except the motors, pulley, remote and some little stuff. I’m going to make my design open source if someone of you want to copy my swappable battery system afterwards feel free to use it (just started and not released yet)
I really appreciated the effort all of you have been putting into this platform and hope I can give something back with my cad skills and get a bit help from you designing my pcbs.