Hi! I thought I would share my latest project of a all-wheel drive electric skateboard with 3D printed tires. I’m super happy with the performance and the fact that it was able to go off-road the way it did is quite surprising!
I used one entire Landwheel board + one drive kit, and that is a total of 4 hub motors. With the batteries invidually going to each drive it managed to stay awake quite long, but the sub-zero temperature didn’t help.
Dude well done…it would be great for someone to design and sell larger wheel sleeves for different types of hub motors. The old hummies i have would be a prime candidate due to the shape of it’s can and outer mounting plate
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There were couple of posts here about 3D printed wheels but none held well over the prolonged period of time. Curious to see how yours end up after a while. I’m also really amazed they haven’t just slipped out, you weren’t going easy on them!
Brilliant! I have been wondering if it was possible to convert a standard board into an off road by just slipping larger wheels onto the standard ones, I even looked on ebay to see if any such thing was being sold. I didn’t watch the video all the way through (I’m at work) but do the printed wheels just slip on, or did you have to fix them somehow with adhesive?