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The OpenR/C Project

  1. 1. The OpenRC Project Stockholm 3D Printing Meetup May 28, 2015 Daniel Norée @danielnoree
  2. 2. Making things since 1977 3D-printing since 2011 MakerBot Thingomatic Still amazed Daniel Norée “CadCam addict hooked on 3D-printing”
  3. 3. Why Open Source? Be apart of something Why not sell designs? “Sharing is Caring”
  4. 4. 3D printing showcase Somewhat complex mechanical design Moving parts Cool object Challenging Expendable An R/C car, “How hard can it be?”
  5. 5. “The process of plastic printing at the moment is simply not compatible with the needs of plastic components of RC cars. You will see prototype RC cars made from printed parts, but they are not strong enough for use in anything except ZERO load applications in reality.”
  6. 6. Game on! The OpenRC Project is born
  7. 7. OpenRC Touring Car Scale 1:10 4WD Belt driven Learn from the masters Inspired by existing designs Using conventional parts
  8. 8. The Differential Splits engine torque Same size as a conventional diff Learning about gearing Making compromises Precision needed Most demanding part in the car Rewarding
  9. 9. The OpenRC Truggy Scale 1:10 Full-time shaft-drive 4WD 3 3D-printed differentials Compatible with conventional RC car parts 3D printed drive shafts Brushless system, 30000 RPM Measurements ROAR compliant 40 000+ full downloads 50+ builds
  10. 10. Challenges Design for everyone... ...and their 3D-printers Durability Learn by crashing Plastics Easy modification Service/replacement of parts
  11. 11. The Community Google+ 3600+ members (may 2015) Wiki: www.openrcproject.com Modifications Enhancements Derivates New projects coming to life
  12. 12. Think different Enclosed electronics Exchangable top and lower parts Switchable battery slider High level of interest The OpenRC Quad
  13. 13. The OpenRC Swift - Flying Wing Designed by André Roy Using a more traditional design approach Self-sufficient Share and inspire others Higher efficiency Sponsored by PrintrBot
  14. 14. Plastics PLA ABS Nylon TPE PCTPE PET Polycarbonate POM
  15. 15. Sourcing parts Challenging Global project US company FastEddyBearings
  16. 16. Getting acknowledgement “I'm in love with you man!!!!!!!!!!! 10x” TechCrunch.com 3DERS.org 3DPrint.com 3DPrintingIndustry.com NinjaFlex reference case Taulman 3D Material testing GrabCAD Golden Gear 2013 Colorfabb - XT-CF20 rccaraction.com Allt Om hobby Radiostyrt Göteborgsposten And many more
  17. 17. Every build has it´s own story Robert & Cameron, USA
  18. 18. Supporting companies
  19. 19. What's next More cars Boats Planes Quadcopters Scale Trucks Variants Collaborations Inkonova Creators of “TILT Drone Racer”
  20. 20. Image Credits John Seaton Helmar Waiczies André Roy Thingiverse user “hylpro” Daniel Norée FastEddyBearings.com MakerBot Inkonova Thingiverse OpenRC Truggy “Makes”: bcazycramer bitfrost ColorFabb creativetools Gris helmarw IdefixRC Jerodhelt joe9099 John Seaton ljoets Movtech Helmar Waiczies Steamerzone urbanmaker
  21. 21. @DanielNoree @DanielNoree Daniel Norée @DanielNoree +DanielNoree

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