This is a 3D Printed marble machine on our latest Indie 3D Printer that takes marbles through crazy loops and turns.
This is a 3D Printed marble mach...ine on our latest Indie 3D Printer that takes marbles through crazy loops and turns. A marble machine designed in ONSHAPE is completely based on rigid bodies, rigid body joints and mechanics. The assembly has approximately 34 parts printed in ABS , and it can be powered by using DC motors or batteries. It uses a 1.5 cm diameter steel marble, which starts at the bottom, and goes to the top, and then returns to the bottom, making this trip about 8640 times in 24 hours. http://bit.ly/2f0MNnd
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Inspiraion: Daniel Parker
Indie: The Desktop 3D Printer
We have attached the instruction document along with spare list and drawing for rod. Please refer the documentation.
NO SUPPORTS NEEDED!
Some parts might not fit on a small print bed, we recommend you to cut the file in 2 parts and glue later.
15- 25% Infill worked best for me.
0.2 mm layer height.
Try out the best settings for yourself.
Steel ball bearings