Lasercut Cellphone Holder for your Bikeyoumagine.com
Cut the parts out of 3mm thick material. I used wood for my prototype, but will switch to some other material eventually. The material thickness can be adjusted in the OpenSCAD files, but 3mm worked best for me.You will need multiples of some parts. For right now, just take a look at the pictures.You will need a few M4 screws to put this together:- 4 for the corners of the top part- 1 for the hinge on the bottom part.- 1 for screwing the bottom part around your handlebar.- 1 for securing the bottom part to the top part.
DUDE Balance WoodBikeredpah.com
This is essential wood balance bike, more has been removed! Make it with a CNC milling (file dxf or dwg) or hand made with file pdf.You can buy the wheels here:http://www.babymoto.it Video Youtube:https://youtu.be/X9KPBNMLBcg Instruction Issuu:http://issuu.com/thecrash74/docs/istruzioni_di_montaggio_dude_woodbi PDF nesting:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13580843/DUDE%20WoodBike%20Nesting%20-%20Maggio%202014%20-%20V_0.9.pdf PDF Instruction:https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13580843/Istruzioni%20di%20Montaggio%20DUDE%20Woodbike%20-%20Maggio%202014%20V_0.9.pdf  http://www.babymoto.it/ https://youtu.be/X9KPBNMLBcg http://issuu.com/thecrash74/docs/istruzioni_di_montaggio_dude_woodbi https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13580843/DUDE%20WoodBike%20Nesting%20-%20Maggio%202014%20-%20V_0.9.pdf https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13580843/Istruzioni%20di%20Montaggio%20DUDE%20Woodbike%20-%20Maggio%202014%20V_0.9.pdf
Bicycle reflector and taillight mountsyoumagine.com
UPDATED 2014-09-02 made clip wider and printed on its side for better durability - original design snapped on me after a couple of days.I fitted a rear rack on my road bike and intend to use a trunk bag or garment bag there, both of which will block a taillight on my seat post, so I needed to mount my light elsewhere.The rack has a good mount position, it's a standard reflector bracket.The "reflector.stl" here will screw to a standard reflector bracket using the #8 screws in the BoM. The "pulseclip.stl" is a small clip that snugly holds an Axiom Pulse 60 taillight (I highly recommend this light BTW, great value for money and probably the best < $50 bicycle taillight on the market).Note that there's no retention clip as such on this bracket, it does not "snap" into place, but it's quite snug and I feel it won't come out. If this becomes a problem I will redesign.I designed them as separate parts to be glued together to simplify printing. The SCAD can be modified if you have different size requirements.The pulse clip has integral support for the top rail when printing. Make sure to check your toolpath before printing and make sure the support layer prints with proper bridging. Slic3r didn't do it for me, I had to use Cura and cut down to 1 perimeter to get it to print right.If using these two together, glue them together after confirming that they both fit your equipment. I used epoxy, Gorilla Glue would probably be fine too.Note in the pictures I used a length of Spectra line to catch the light if it falls out. I really recommend a safety tether on your bike's equipment, I've lost > $100 in taillights over the years by having brackets break or just slip off.
Dart - Barneveld Black Titanium created in PARTsolutionshttp://b2b.partcommunity.com/community/partcloud/index#!part?name=Dart+-+Barneveld+Black+Titanium&model_id=1321  http://b2b.partcommunity.com/community/partcloud/index#!part?name=Dart+-+Barneveld+Black+Titanium&model_id=1321
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.
Bicycle bar platform for an amputee - STEP / IGES - 3D CAD model - GrabCADgrabcad.com
This platform was made for amputee cyclist (for me ;)) so he could ride again and feel comfortable and safe. At the beginnig I thought that it will be made out of alluminium (CNC milling) but before milling i've decided to 3d print it (SLS and material is a polyamide PA2200) and prototype is storng enough to be used as a final part.If you know someone with disability like https://www.facebook.com/hector.picard  or me fell free to download this model. This one was made for right hand, or that what was left ;) https://www.facebook.com/hector.picard
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.