PaddleBoard with Stabilzing Metal Inserts - STL,SOLIDWORKS - 3D CAD model - GrabCADgrabcad.com
The main focus for this design was ease of portability and quick assembly/dissemble times. The board is amde of PE high density plastic supported by 6 aluminum square rods coupled with a honeycomb inner structure to support the weight of the rider and more!I decided to use a rubber latch as opposed to metallic for simplicity reasons, meaning less parts, no rust issues.Since the board is split into only 3 components, assembling times are quick and easy. There are a total of 12 parts that can be put together in less than five minutes.My SUP can dissemble and fit into a 3" x 3" 1/2 travel case. Allowing the rider to take the board anywhere, the car, bus or bike.Check out my Explode Video in Renderings to see how it all comes together.
Otterbox iPhone Belt Clip Mod to Mountain Bike Mountyoumagine.com
I've wanted to be able to mount my phone to my Cannondale F9 since I first purchased it and could never find a way to do so without a big clunky attachment, without having to buy a completely different case with its own proprietary mounts, or one that wasn't held together with double sided tape. So I finally got around to designing one that fit my purpose. I use the TrackMyRide+ App alot so this makes it easier to both see calls and handle your phone without having to pull it out of your pockets while riding. Or you could even watch a movie on the go! :PThe version pictured is my first version which has worked great and has held my phone safely for over 60 miles of riding. I've uploaded V2 which reduces the amount of material necessary to print it and should still give a good solid hold.Quick Instructions:1) Print the adapter. ( I used 2mm walls with a 80% infill ) I added a small pilot hole in the center of the adapter to force Cura to create a 4mm~ area of material around the center to make the use of a screw attachment easier for those who use less infill ( ie: 20% ). The center pounchout may need a little cleaning with a dremel of any support material to help the otterbox clip sit flush in the hole.2) Carefully bend and pry away the original plastic gator clip from the Otterbox Belt clip exposing the circular attachment point. I used a small pair of need nose pliers.3) Align the adapter on your belt clip ( assuring a flush fit ) in the orientation you would like to mount your phone to your bike and using a small drill bit, drill a pilot hole with your drill about 4-5mm .4) Find a way to countersink your hole so that your screw can sit flush behind the phone. ( Use a countersink or large dril bit tip )5) Install your screw and test fit it on your bike.6) If all is well, back out the screw just enough to remove the adapter and apply generous amounts of ABS juice or adhesive to both mating surfaces. Grab both pieces and align them and press them together as you install the screw again by hand. At this point using wood workers clamps you can clamp down on the adapter and belt clip plate. Use a small brush to add a light coat of ABS juice along the seam of the adapter plate and belt clip to help make it stronger.7) Give the adhesive 24 hours to dry and harden. Once dry, run your zip ties through the two holes and mount it on your bike. Make sure to pull the zip ties nice and tight. Another tip is to run the zip ties in opposite directions to keep the base from wanting to pull to one side.
Bike light seat post extenderyoumagine.com
Most rear lights for bikes mount on the seat post, but under the seat is also where the popular "seat wedge" bag that holds basic repair tools goes. The seat wedge can obscure the rear light.Also, the Knog light that I bought and like points largely at the ground when mounted there. It has a wide enough throw that it's not a huge problem, but I figured I could solve two problems at once.I designed this thing to solve these problems. I can now mount both my rear light and my wedge bag and have full visibility of the light, and the light is straight up and down.
Let’s make our bike individual by using the opportunities given by 3D printing! I used an average textile production technique, weaving to reach the aim. Until now in the industry we could only produce woven goods (Cloth, woven basket) from those materials which are flexible. The bycicle tyre designed by me, can be produced from either plastic or metal which meets the steadyness standpoints and aesthetically gives positive experience to the user and his surroundings. On the applied radial woven threads, instead of spokes, you can observe constantly changing diameter along the radius direction which can be realized by the 3D printing technology. The flexible, solid, non inflatable tyre would be made up of layers with different flexibility printed upon each other.
Print this scooter at 2x default scale and you can use a piece of filament for the axle. Otherwise you will need to glue the wheels in place.Scooter  by MicrosoftStore  is licensed under theCreative Commons - Attribution  license. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:513690 http://www.thingiverse.com/MicrosoftStore http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/