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  • Can Am Porsche 917 10

    Here is my second Porsche 917-10 that I made on my 3D printer. Chassis, Wheels, Body and all the other bits were done on my Anycubic printer. Decals are are fantasy idea I had to come up with a different livery and printed on my laser printer..

    Front wheels are printed and include a slot to install an Oring to give me zero grip tires, but no annoying sound as the rubber oring isolates the plastic wheel from the track.

    Sidewinder fulcrum Podded chassis with a 25 K motor.

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    G.P Alberta

  • #2
    WOW...that came out great B1!! Like that color scheme!!
    Warren, Ohio


    • #3
      Absolutely amazing that you were able to print the whole car on your 3-D printer. I can’t even begin the amount of work that you put into the build. Congratulations!
      Mike V.
      Western North Carolina


      • docdoom
        docdoom commented
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        510 you say any chance you could print off a spare. been looking for one in 1/32 for a t/a proxie with zero luck
        Last edited by docdoom; March 9, 2021, 10:22 PM.

      • Barc 1
        Barc 1 commented
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        Doc PM me and we can talk about printing a car body. Currently I am working on the first 510 . So usually there are some tweaks to make between the body and the interior tray etc. I will post a picture of it when it is finished. At that time I could print an extra body as the tweaking should be all done and could get it to you quickly.


      • docdoom
        docdoom commented
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        sounds like a plan then, just shoot me a pm and we can talk price and such when you get ready to print and thanks .

    • #4
      I love the colours and the number!



      • Barc 1
        Barc 1 commented
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        i should add an Oiler decal on it to complete the connection

      • Cgyracer
        Cgyracer commented
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        I love the new reverse retro jersey and you have achieved the look. Well done!
        Ottawa tonight!

    • #5
      It looks great Dan! The o rings are a pretty clever thought, how do you like em?
      Thanks for posting it up!



      • #6
        I do like the suspension that you put together. That's a nice detail that really adds to the car.
        The decals are cool too....I haven't tried that yet. How are the wheels holding up for you? Press on, or set screw? How do you feel about the performance?

        Great build, thanks for posting it!
        Come Race at The Trace!
        Timberline Trace International Raceway - SW of Mpls, MN


        • #7
          Wheels are push on. I haven’t had much luck with set screws in the resin.

          O ring front wheels are working really well. With the printer they are inexpensive and effective

          The car works well and is fun to drive

          I have yet to find a resin mixture that is reliable for guide use. They work OK at home as I can easily change out broken ones, but can’t trust them for a proxy.

          G.P Alberta


          • #8
            Wow, very nice!
            "Nothing is foolproof to a sufficiently talented fool."

            Zen Raceway
            Severna Park, MD


            • #9
              That looks great Dan!
              Team SCANC
              Woodland Trace Raceway - SlotZuka - Bent Tree Raceway
              OFI - Buena Vista Motorsports Park - Slotkins Glen
              Leadfinger Raceway


              • #10
                Dan that came out really really really nice. your skills as a builder have improve with each and every build you do......
                THE other Vancouver aka Vancouver Washington across the river from keep Portland weird....
                Member NASTE (Northwest Association of Slot Track Enthusiasts)


                • #11
                  Wow! That is some great craftsmanship and camera work - if it wasn't for the slots in the photo, I would have thought it was a 1:1 image. The Rexall Drug livery is a nice throwback!