Just wanted to say thank you to the forum for all the help and info with getting this project done. It’s been pretty much 7 months to the day that I decided to have a go at building an esk8. My end goal was to have something pretty small and powerful with a kicktail - I live in a small town with lots of really steep hills. I’m really happy with how it’s turned out.
That enclosure looks hella clean, whatcha make it from?
It’s a very fine stranded fibreglass matting, typically used as a final external layer. It helps hide the coarser strands that is in the 300g matting. You use it the same way as the other matting - put it over your mold and roll the resin in.
That’s great. Enclosure is super clean.
What battery did you fit in there?
Thanks mate. 10s3p double stack.
the enclosure looks single stack from the first image!
very clean build
Yeah that enclosure is great.
I wish there was more small wb enclosures like this readily available
I looked for literally months. This cost me £20 for all the materials. Just used polyester resin.
Its a missed market for sure
What pulleys are you using? I’m trying to find a new set.
And that’s a super clean build.
Thanks mate. 36/15. Got them from @atenner
that build is perfection man,
I used a single keda b4 there good motors with little drag for when you need to push (compared to sk3’s)
There might be a few soon, but very limited amount.