For when you need to deliver some bombs really quickly.
A replacement body for the OpenRC F1 by Daniel Norée, designed to reuse all of the original mechanical pieces and chassis.
Please read below!
You can read more about the origins of this insane design, and find an alternative take, here. You can mix and match parts too.
If you haven't already printed all of the original parts for the openRC F1 then you will need to print the chassis, front arms and wheels and rear axle/gear from Daniel's original design.
This version has an option of a hood that prints in 3 pieces, designed for printers with limited vertical space, but the original vertically orientated hood is included too, and is a lot less hassle.
The only part of my design that can use support is the cab (mostly for the windows, but the underside of the hood cowl can do with them too). Set the support threshold to >60 degrees since you don't want any supports in the intakes. You can actually get away without support if the printer is well tuned.
The roof insert prints vertically on its rear edge.
The assembly is all done in the same method as the OpenRC F1, with M3 bolts and captive nuts.
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