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  1. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Configurable Fuel Cap Transition for IVA

    Configurable fuel cap transition to help with passing the IVA - https://cad.onshape.com/documents/f73bf445ae25df82120a5044/w/e8ada1a90145e892f5423357/e/5784bbad8df59af0c772c933
  2. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Configurable Alignment Cart Wheels

    https://cad.onshape.com/documents/30d5204e3fab8b25d88d8bdb/w/f37b562d3ce6096d4f2efdc6/e/cc76eef92813f5ca5f995e73?configuration=PCD%3D0.1%2Bmeter%3BhubBoltHoles%3D4.0%3BhubHoleDiameter%3D0.06%2Bmeter%3BtotalWheelDiameter%3D0.4%2Bmeter
  3. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Configurable 3 Hole Blanking Plate

    Configurable blanking plate. Just change the dimensions in the top left of the console. https://cad.onshape.com/documents/53e4ef0f06e57e8da5ff5657/w/563c7b2796bcf82991a16f6f/e/54eb3e0f546cd699906be0ce?configuration=boltDiameter%3D0.012%2Bmeter%3BboltPCD%3D0.085%2Bmeter%3BcentDistanceA%3D0.06%2Bmeter%3BcentDistanceB%3D0.08%2Bmeter%3BoutlineWidth%3D0.006%2Bmeter%3BplateThickness%3D0.006%2Bmeter%3BsmoothRadius%3D0.03%2Bmeter After changing the dimensions use the export button to export an STL or DXF for laser / jet cutting.
  4. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Configurable Fuel Pump and Filter Bracket

    Configurable fuel pump and filter bracket https://cad.onshape.com/documents/897718535a9dbb092291a6a3/w/85f2a46e9f8d1b7458011b59/e/73e2a883c76661670cfb05b8?configuration=fuelFilterDiameter%3D0.035%2Bmeter%3BfuelPumpDiameter%3D0.07%2Bmeter Just add your own dimension for the filter and pump.
  5. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Configurable Velocity Stack

    Fully configurable velocity stack https://cad.onshape.com/documents/2c3ed165e9340275f3b64454/w/b28034e106aafdc8e4ff9e98/e/1457f71cb43435c919b21019?configuration=boltPCD%3D0.065%2Bmeter%3BendBore%3D0.08%2Bmeter%3BmanifoldBore%3D0.045%2Bmeter%3BstackLength%3D0.075%2Bmeter You can adjust the dimensions in the top left of the interface and then export as STL using the export button.
  6. Paul Aspden The 2nd

    Configurable Battery Tray

    Configureable battery tray. https://cad.onshape.com/documents/6240e28f159613788c934d68/w/50a3a427a40499f48e73d000/e/bb930c2cf674065904cf03bd?configuration=List_1eB7iwBvHgHOY6%3DDefault%3BList_6QsXsWtjqTtLHz%3DDefault You should be able to input your battery dimensions into the configured parts panel and the model should reconfigure to the correct size for you. To export the relevant STL file for 3D printing just use the export button All the best 🙂
  7. Chris Broster - Bristol & Bath AO

    You CAN reinvent the wheel…

    Just picked up this article and saw these 3D printed Titanium and Carbon wheels! Does this mean that the ongoing quest for lighter un-sprung mass is about to take a leap far into the future? Maybe so, but not without a significant chunk of your hard earned cash. I would also have to question the longevity of any such wheels on our less than perfect roads – track warriors only I think. http://www.3ders.org/articles/20181115-hre-ge-additive-unveil-first-3d-printed-titanium-wheel.html?utm_content=79981206&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin
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