Will 3DGloop HOLD MY WEIGHT? Testing Polymaker Polymax PLA using the FullJoel

3DGloop was very successful on the OpenRC F1 car, but how much COULD it really hold? I got some Polymaker Polymax PLA and I put 3DGloop up against epoxy and superglue to find out if any could hold the #FullJoel #willitbreak #fulljoel #3dgloop Links from…

Worlds Largest OpenRC F1 Car – Phase 4 // Motors, Speed Controllers, Batteries, Servos #OPENRCF1

The Worlds Largest OpenRC F1 is getting closer to being radio controlled! In this update, we talk about the electronics that are going into it. Motors! Speed Controllers! Batteries! HUGE Thanks to CASTLE! http://castlecreations.com The ENTIRE car is 3D Printed! Car frame in MH BUILD…

3D Printing OpenRC Axle on the gMax 1.5XT+ // On Location with gCreate in Brooklyn New York

gCreate contacted me and had a solution for the 3d part OpenRC F1 axle. I stopped by while in New York to see what they had, and what else they were printing. On the machine was some Matterhackers PRO PLA and NylonX! ==== I use…

Worlds Largest OpenRC F1 Car – Phase 2 // Gluing The Parts w/ Bill from Punished Props Academy

I needed to get some of the OpenRC parts glued, and I knew Bill Doran of Punished Props Academy would be the best person to help out with this. Bill and I used a urethane adhesive from BJB Enterprises, as well as 5 minute epoxy…

3D Printing Nuts & Bolts & Screws using Fusion 360 and McMaster-Carr

I needed some 4x scale nuts and screws for my OpenRC F1 project. Rather than try and source the right size metal nuts and screws, could they be 3d printed? Using Autodesk Fusion 360 and the McMaster-Carr catalog, it’s very much possible! Link to Dave’s…

Worlds Largest OpenRC F1 Car – Phase 1 // 3D Printing the Parts (Matterhackers BUILD PLA / Pro Flex)

The OpenRC F1 fully 3d printed remote controlled car is a project by Daniel Noree. The idea is to print all the pieces needed for the car, then add electronics, to have yourself a custom built rc car. I took it a step further and…

Meshmixer Is Not Scary / How To Use Plane Cut To Slice Large Models for Better 3D Printing

I was using Autodesk Meshmixer to slice up some scaled up OpenRC F1 parts for printing. I thought, maybe others would like to know how I was doing it, so here is a quick and dirty video on it. Maker’s Muse 5 Reasons You Need…