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Motorcycle Custom classic.

Creation's quality: 5.0/5 (1 vote)
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3D model description

Spectacular scale motorbike design with great attention to detail, from small screws to connectors for cables and hoses (you will have to use 1.75 mm unextruded filament to bring them to life), tire treads and drive belt detail. Functional suspension springs.

Pendulum and fixed motion joints (Filament parts should be used as shafts and fixed joints, the use of glue or glue to permanently join several parts together).

Although this is not a project with advanced difficulty and does not require a detailed manual. I recommend you to be guided by the attached images, put the pieces in place before using glue, this will allow you to avoid mistakes and decide to see the final result very professional.

Separate pieces allow you to avoid using paint and use the natural color of the filament in each piece separately, playing with infinite combinations of colors and looks.

Some pieces are repeated several times and others although similar are not the same in size. The pieces will have the quantity needed in the name described as example_X3 where example is the name of the piece, X is multiplier, and 3 is the total quantity.

Although there are 86 parts, they are separated into groups of parts and are composed as sub-assemblies, they are separated into separate folders to avoid confusion.

If you want me to make any changes to the design, add any customization, change any size... etc.

You are free to write me directly to facebook or instagram, if I am near a computer, I assure you I will help you immediately.

If you liked this model or hated it, let me know (respectfully) upload makes of your work, tag me on instagram as @beto.rocker or on Facebook Beto Rocker.

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3D printing settings

You can print all parts in the software's default settings; if you want much higher detail, you can make use of 0.1 and 0.2 metric nozzles or not just limit yourself to conventional methods and make use of resin printers.

For tires I recommend using flexible filament.

When using 1,75 Mm unextruded filament to simulate hoses and cables, alternate between rigid filament and flexible filament for much more realism.


The model contains many circular geometries, make sure that your printer is correctly calibrated and adjusted so that the geometries are not deformed.

A thicker perimeter thickness and higher infill density in the parts that give structure to the motorcycle will help to make assembly much easier and the life of the model much longer.

  • 3D file format: RAR and STL
  • Last update: 2021/04/11 at 16:34
  • Publication date: 2021/04/03 at 18:20




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