Type: Posts; User: panek33
Look at the HPI savage XL bodies maybe?
What type of computer skills do you need? Maybe I could help?
Why don't you just measure the distance on the plastic parts?
What type of CNC machine did you get?
For me, CNC was too expensive and so I got myself a manual mill haha
Trust me, for parts that are very complex, you'll want to use some program because I've seen a single line of code take up 16 pages. And it was a rather small part.
If you ever need help with G&M codes, I had to take a whole semester of hand writing all of my codes so I'm sure I could help you lol. Good job though!
I've got a rustler roller which is the same thing,
bump to the top
Bump, looking to trade for a slash 4x4 roller.
With the dawn of 2 stroke petro engines coming in, I'd try to do a gas engine!
Ah I guess that makes sense,
I say put it on some concrete and take pics because the wood blocks just make it look fake... Without the wood blocks I wouldn't be able to tell the difference
Yeah we got a new 3d printer and I was given the task to figure out how to print on it; was given no directions at all but apparently I just need to get some software the company gives out
Ah I see, well If you need anything done cheap I'm here as my school has a CNC machine, 3d printer, mill, lathe, etc... And then a bunch of my friends work on classic cars so they have basically all...
I have a friend who has a sand blaster if you want to ship it to me and get it done for free for the cost of shipping!
I agree; shelf queen it! That's what I did to my other non Traxxas vehicle that I cannot say here. I wonder if they'd let me show a picture of it here just to show off,.
Probably no difference at all!
Only difference I see is it's missing a few stickers!