Free 3D printable parts from Redcat Racing

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Free 3D printable parts from the Redcat Racing Engineering Team

 

Redcat has been releasing a lot of exciting products lately, like the Redcat Racing Everest Gen7 Sport, the Everest Gen7 Pro and the all-new Gen8 International Harvester Scout II Rallye Edition scale crawlers. These scale crawlers offer amazing performance and value. While Redcat is proud to offer such great vehicles at unbelievably low prices, they’ve decided to challenge their engineering team to add additional value for the user community. This resulted in releasing FREE 3D printable parts files to anyone who wants to print custom parts and accessories from their home!

You can find these free downloads on the Redcat Engineering Thingiverse webpage. Once on the Redcat page, you’ll have access to an ever-increasing library of free custom parts for your Redcat Racing vehicles.  

Visit thingiverse.com/RedcatRacing/designs to start 3D printing cool new parts today. You will, of course, need access to a 3D printer and software.

About the Gen8 International Scout II

The Gen8 International Scout II is the first fully original Redcat vehicle, designed and developed, in entirety, in the U.S.A.

The Gen8 includes high end features like portal axles, front and rear CNC machined spools, divorced transfer case, adjustable wheelbase, licensed International Scout II body with a rigid mounting system, 1.5mm C-Channel chassis frame rails, aluminum threaded shocks, precision steering with panhard bar and proper ackerman angle, licensed Interco Super Swamper tires with 1.9 beadlock rims, LED ready headlight and taillight buckets, rubber sealed ball bearings, and a 61º approach angle.

 

The Gen8 went through strenuous beta testing before its release, with the help of the RC community, and is one capable rig. With its great performance characteristics, high quality parts, and low price point, the Gen8 RTR vehicle is already an incredible value.

If you haven’t seen the Gen8 in action yet, be sure to check out one of the videos found on the Gen8 product page, redcatracing.com/Gen8, or on the Redcat Racing youtube channel, youtube.com/user/RedcatRacing.

Gen8 printable parts

Some of the Gen8 printable files include headlight adapters, skid plate lock nut block, electronics relocation brackets, accessory plates, alternate battery brackets, and fan mounts for those who want to upgrade their power system.

Gen7 printable parts

The Gen7 printable files include body modifications, body accessories, automated FPV camera mount, gear covers, servo plate, bumper mounts, and more.

 

 

Parts Licensing

All of these 3D files are completely free to use and are licensed under the Creative Commons – Attribution – Non-Commercial – Share Alike license. To learn more about this license, visit: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

Join the Conversation

Additional parts will be developed and released to the community. Be sure to follow Redcat’s Thingiverse page to stay up to date on newly released printable parts. If you have any suggestions on which parts you’d like to be made available, join the conversation on Thingiverse, or one of Redcat Racing’s social media channels listed below.

About Redcat Racing

Established in 2005, Redcat Racing (www.redcatracing.com)  has become premier name for Fast – Affordable – Fun ready to run, gas, nitro and electric powered remote controlled surface vehicles. All Redcat Racing vehicles come fully assembled and ready to run right out to the box making it simple for anyone to get started in the R/C hobby.  Redcat Racing has a complete line of parts and accessories as well as a wide selection of vehicle sizes ranging from 1/24 scale to 1/5 scale, ensuring that there is a Fast-Affordable-Fun vehicle for everyone. Visit www.redcatracing.com for more information and to find a dealer near you.

Follow Redcat Racing on:
redcatracing.com
facebook.com/RedcatRacing
facebook.com/groups/RedcatRacingGen8
facebook.com/groups/RedcatRacingGen7
youtube.com/user/RedcatRacing
twitter.com/RedcatRacing
linkedin.com/company/redcat-racing
thingiverse.com/RedcatRacing/designs

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I built my 1st real RC vehicle in 1986 and have enjoyed this hobby ever since. I like all RCs, cars, trucks, boats, planes, helis, etc. I think every RC vehicle has its place, whether it be toy grade or hobby grade. They’re all fun to me, but the best part about this hobby is the people I’ve met and friendships I’ve made. But hey, enough about me. Share your background in the comment section of this article.

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