These will work with Truck V1.
Why buy springs when you can print them?!
Unfortunately they won't ever replace real springs/shocks but they're still pretty fun to drive around with!
Ninjaflex1 seems a bit harder than Ninjaflex2.
I'd recommend putting Ninjaflex1 on the front and Ninjaflex2 on the rear of the truck.
Solidspring is ment to be printed in PLA/ABS or whichever 'hard' plastic you have, it'll flex a little bit but not as much as ninjaflex suspension.
I've printed mine in Colorfabb XT which is quite springy, makes for a nice ride.
To see what the finished truck looks like, check out my project videos:
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3D printing nerd and wannabe-engineer. Making random projects from RC trucks to nerf guns, interested in pretty much anything technology related.
Top projects are my RC vehicles:
3D printed half-track truck
-Fully articulated and driven treaded vehicle.
3D printed RC truck V3
-4x4 truck with full drivetrain model.
3D printed RC buggy V2
-RWD race buggy
3D Printed RC truck V4
-6x6 standalone truck chassis to build upon.
Been 3D printing since 2013, lately moving into mechanical design and metalworking.
I do youtube videos about most things I make.
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