Hello! This is my first post … so hopefully I’m doing this right.
Anyways, currently building my second electric skateboard and doing my best to do this one “correctly”. My goal was to create a practical board. I would love to hear your opinions on my component choices.
So heres the parts: Battery: 10s4p Samsung 30Q (hand built) Motor: Flipsky 6374 190kV sensored Board: Landyatch 9 two 5 Trucks: DIYElectricSkateboards 218mm Caliber clones Wheels: 90mm Flywheel clones Motor Mount: DIYElectricSkateboards for 63mm motors Pulley Combo: DIYElectricSkateboards 15mm HDT5 belts with 16/40 gear ratio Enclosure: Custom Fiberglass (will post pictures) Speed Controller: Flipsky 6.6 VESC with Antispark On/Off Receiver/Transmitter: Nano 2.4ghz remote with 2 speed modes Misc: Bluetooth module, generic 10s BMS, rubber truck risers
I’m creating a flexible battery with 3 layers of 0.2x10mm nickel bridges with 13awg for series connections.
The enclosure will be fiberglass (at least for the first mold) and held to the board with M6 bolts and “E nuts” with weather stripping. The mold was 3D modeled in solidworks to match the boards contours, printed in 3 parts on my 3D printer, bondo’d, painted, then waxed for the fiberglass to be layed.
Here’s some pictures (everyone likes pictures)
Just using some bad cells to test the layout. Will use my 30Q.
This is still just the mold. Will make a fiberglass shell when it warms up a bit.
Thanks for reading!