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Hi guys, I have modelled in 3D a STAND for my KingSong KS-14D EUC that can be fabricated with a 3D printer. You can find and free download all files (STP, STL) and pictures from my account on GRABCAD: https://grabcad.com/library/kingsong-ks-14d-electric-unicycle-stand-1 If your printer is not big enough consider printing it in 2 or 4 pieces that you glue together afterwards. I have created as well a support/fixture for the battery charger. This allows for a better cooling of the charger and avoid overheating (I smoked one after the first 5 charging cycles...) and can be used as well to fasten the charger on the wall if needed. You can find and free download all files (STP, STL) and pictures on my account on GRABCAD: https://grabcad.com/library/kingsong-ks-14d-battery-charger-stand-fixation-1 Ciao, Roberto
Hey Guys, Thought I would share. 3D printed a body for my Fasion Micro Works Motor and Controller. I had to print the parts in smaller segments and hold things together with nuts and bolts but so far it's been working great. I took a couple of spills as well and it didn't do too badly. I've recently changed my design a little bit and am in the process of reprinting. Hopefully soon I'll have the new one together. My newer version is a bit easier to put together and is a little less wide for more comfort when I ride. Hope you all like. I can share the STL files if anyone whats to have a go. You just need to make sure you print everything with the Z axis as the direction of least force. So most every part on it's side. I was also running out of filament so the prototype ended up looking like a Jamaican Flag. Regards, Mo More Pics..