The marks that you can see on the inside track lings, are made with a
grinder!! I use a square pies of aluminium in my solder iron to melt hule
trough the safety belt between the track links-And a grinder to remove the
Den mandag den 17. oktober 2016 kl. 07.30.03 UTC+2 skrev Niels Erik
> Everything hold up wherry good-I have broken a road wheel onse and 2
> suspensions arms. But it is easy just to print a new spare part. My traks
> are spray paintet flat black, and i hope that the paint will wear off on
> the part that tutces the ground, and on the sprocket. It will give a more
> realistic look.
> Den mandag den 17. oktober 2016 kl. 06.15.10 UTC+2 skrev
>> those are nice looking tracks and wheels, just can't believe they are 3D
>> printed and look so clean, do you have any close up pictures of the track
>> links? how is the sprocket wheel holding up so far?
>> In a message dated 10/16/2016 1:53:06 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
>> ne...@live.dk writes:
>> Den mandag den 28. marts 2016 kl. 16.56.35 UTC+2 skrev Niels Erik
>>> Hey. iam making a Centurion mrk 5 Danish version.
>>> All moving parts made with my 3D printer. Brushless motors and lipo
>>> battery .
>>> First track test today:
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