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Old 09-10-2017, 06:17 AM   #16
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These are so, so awesome!!!
Thanks Jato, more to come soon since i bought lots of base platform for next kit projects.
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Old 09-10-2017, 06:18 AM   #17
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Work in progress: 1:24 scale classic TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB

Scratch build 3d model a TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB using old 3d program and today completed almost 12 hours of 3d printing on my 3d printer using ABS filament.
The raw printed model is a bit rough on the surface due to cheap china ABS plastic filament that hardly melt properly but still fixable via lots of sand paper work to smoothen the surface. The 1:24 scale will fit on WL-TOYS A212 chassis which almost have similar width layout like the replica TAMIYA Nissan King Cab. Will keep you guys updated soon. I still need to remodel a 3D meshes of replica wheels to match the replica appearance.

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Old 09-11-2017, 12:15 PM   #18
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i was working on a 72 chevy and kinda got frustrated and stopped.


stuff i 3d printed so far






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i was working on a 72 chevy and kinda got frustrated and stopped.


Great job on the 3d printing projects. Btw don't stop on 72 Chevy those are sweet classic to put on. Btw are those tires printed on rubber like filament?
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yup ninjaflex.

they took 20-40 hours to create. the problem is figuring out the best slicer settings to make it work well.

so far i got close to making a decent monster truck tire but due to the cost of materials and time i put the project on hold, i went through 3 spools of ninjaflex and got closer to making it right.

on the truggy and the F1 those are 3d printed ninjaflex tires as well. those took between 5 and 12 hours a tire. those worked fine almost in the first shot because the bridging and tires are much smaller. with the monster truck tires they are so large that a 'moire pattern' started to emerge which cause Filament Bunching and balls to form which ruined the tire as it went further into the print.

For the Truggy it was my first run with ninjaflex and i ran 4 perimeters and like a 30% infill so they are hard.
for the F1 i went though revisions to make the tire softer, so i currently have 2 perimeters and a 9% honeycomb infill that is under-extruded on purpose to Simulate Sponge filler.

I eliminated the moire pattern issue with the last 2 MT tire prints but didn't get the top layer just right so i needed another shot at it.

last settings were 2 perimeters with the top layer at 4 layers bottom at 2 with a 6% 3d honeycomb fill under-extruded just slightly below normal due to the larger size it was a way to eliminate the 'moire pattern' issue.


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When i finally get around to making the 4 MT tires (160 Hours of printing) then the only part not 3d printed besides hardware will be the camaro body i put on the open rc Truggy.

the Monster truck is a really nice simple design, runs well and i'm working on more projects for it, i put some small remix parts on thingiverse for it.

other projects i made a 2 different complete Oil shocks that were like Mugen and Tamiya clones, everything got lost when photobucket Crapped the bed.
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Found the place you mentioned about the ninjaflex filament supplier (ninjatek.com). Wow! 20~40 hours like 2 days. I always ended up printing halfway unfinished after 8 hours due to overheating extruder and printing bed causing error and half to reprint the whole thing again, my 3d printer is PP3DP UP model. Btw hows the rubber tire held up on dirt tracks and tarmac? Does it worn out slowly like normal rubber? Btw nice 3d printed autobot model, is that on TPU filament..looks shiny.


Btw some progress on 3d printed TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB kit for 1:24, finished sanding and also do some paint filling/patching on the surface, Next will do another paper sanding again to smoothen the paint before putting another layer of paint for final touchup. Hopefully completed by this Thursday along with replica 3d printed wheelsets.

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yup that is them, that TPU is the current best on the market. Makergeeks sells something like it and it is Garbage compared to ninjaflex.

so far wears like you expect shore 80A rubber to wear on pavement. tires have been decent offroad, nothing is going to be as good as normal r/c tire. however you can also make a mould of the tire you want and pour RTV and make your own tires just as good. hopefully as the years go by better TPU will come on the market. ninjaflex is too stiff to make a really good tire that sticks but it works well.

longest i did was 78 hours on a print.

bed errors are usually because the cooling fan is too high causing a thermal runaway to trip. if you can't run the fan then lower the extruder temps.

errors on the extruder side are more difficult as the cooling might not be keeping up. or issues with the type of heat break.

there were bugs with older firmware also causing thermal shutdowns.


the autobot model is hatchbox PLA.




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Found the place you mentioned about the ninjaflex filament supplier (ninjatek.com). Wow! 20~40 hours like 2 days. I always ended up printing halfway unfinished after 8 hours due to overheating extruder and printing bed causing error and half to reprint the whole thing again, my 3d printer is PP3DP UP model. Btw hows the rubber tire held up on dirt tracks and tarmac? Does it worn out slowly like normal rubber? Btw nice 3d printed autobot model, is that on TPU filament..looks shiny.


Btw some progress on 3d printed TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB kit for 1:24, finished sanding and also do some paint filling/patching on the surface, Next will do another paper sanding again to smoothen the paint before putting another layer of paint for final touchup. Hopefully completed by this Thursday along with replica 3d printed wheelsets.

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yup that is them, that TPU is the current best on the market. Makergeeks sells something like it and it is Garbage compared to ninjaflex.

so far wears like you expect shore 80A rubber to wear on pavement. tires have been decent offroad, nothing is going to be as good as normal r/c tire. however you can also make a mould of the tire you want and pour RTV and make your own tires just as good. hopefully as the years go by better TPU will come on the market. ninjaflex is too stiff to make a really good tire that sticks but it works well.

longest i did was 78 hours on a print.

bed errors are usually because the cooling fan is too high causing a thermal runaway to trip. if you can't run the fan then lower the extruder temps.

errors on the extruder side are more difficult as the cooling might not be keeping up. or issues with the type of heat break.

there were bugs with older firmware also causing thermal shutdowns.


the autobot model is hatchbox PLA.
Ordered the TPU but more likely for short run on the 3d printed tires and for showcases.



Completed! TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB.
After weeks of hard work the 3d printed 1:24 scale vintage 1989 TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB kit completed. Today completed touch up some minor paint works and stickers. 3D printing file for this kit including actual replica TAMIYA KING CAB wheels (not shown) will be available available for download at my website next week.

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Free download: 3d printed 1:24 scale vintage TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB kit for WL-Toys A212 now available.
As promised today i've released the 3d printed vintage TAMIYA NISSAN KING CAB kit for 1:24 scale WL-Toys A212 platform and also compatible to any 1:24 scale truck platform which you can download at my webpage. The kit comes with 2x part truck body and wheels all in *.STL file format, the zip file also contain A4 size decal sheet for to print the decals fit nicely for 1:24 scale. Hope you enjoy 3d print and building have your very own nostalgic classic TAMIYA truck.

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