Foldable Cyber Truck

$ 5.29



GOODesign is a design studio established in Seoul, Korea by a representative who has been active in product design and 3D CG field for 20 years. As a design company that pursues a reasonable and differentiated digital design, it has always presented a new direction through working with clients such as Hyundai Motor, Siemens Korea and beiersdorf. This time, we have put out the life product for 3D printing by utilizing various technique design based on the shape of the Class-A surface. These products are especially the result of deep research on the 3D printing dominant shape that can not be mass-produced using a mold.

This design is the first case made with numerous requests from customers. Thank you for your support.
This real car is not yet available for sale, so it was made with little data, so there may be slight differences.
One of the difficulties in designing this product is that the shape of the car looks like a straight line, but it is actually a gentle curve close to a straight line. So many difficulties in production.

The main feature of this foldable design is the maximum possible movement of the load space behind it.

1. You can open and close the door to the rear load space.
2. Most of all, we put a lot of effort into expressing the sliding lid that covers the loading space(Tonneau cover), and finally succeeded in expressing the movement.

Note the following points during the folding process:
1. The loading compartment cover moves a lot before mounting so that you can move as smoothly as possible.
2. Fit the cover after the body is finished.
3. Then slide the tonneau cover protrusions one by one into the guides on both sides of the loading space.
4. The closed state representation can be the tonneau cover of this car placed on the protruding part of the rear glass. The open state representation can be pushed back slightly and then pushed forward again.

See the video below for the folding process for this car.
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1 : 38 scale
When expanded, size = X 160mm, Y 187mm, Z 60mm After folding X 60mm, Y 152mm, Z 50mm

PRUSA Slicing Settings Simplify 3D
Extuder Nozzle Diameter : 0.4mm / Retraction Distance : 2.4~2.6mm
Layer Settings Layer Height : 0.1mm, 0.2mm / Top Solid : 8 / Bottom Solid : 6 / Outline : 2
First Layer Settings First Layer Height : 100~150% / First Layer Width : 100% / First Layer Speed : 50%
Infill Interlor Fill Percentage : 10% / Outline Overlap : 35%
Additions Raft : OK / Brim : NO / Support : NO
PRUSA Slicing Settings Prusa slicer
PRUSA MK3 Layer Height : 0.1mm, 0.2mm / Raft : OK / Brim : NO / Support : NO
Ender Slicing Settings Simplify 3D
Extuder Nozzle Diameter : 0.4mm / Retraction Distance : 4.2~5mm
Layer Settings Layer Height : 0.1mm, 0.2mm / Top Solid : 8 / Bottom Solid : 6 / Outline : 2
First Layer Settings First Layer Height : 120% / First Layer Width : 100% / First Layer Speed : 50%
Infill Interlor Fill Percentage : 10% / Outline Overlap : 45%
Additions Raft : OK / Brim : NO / Support : NO
CR-10S Pro Slicing Settings Cura
Quality Layer Height : 0.1mm, 0.2mm / Line Width : 0.4mm
Shell Wall Line Count : 2 / Top Solid : 8 / Bottom Solid : 6
Infill Infill Density : 20% / Patten : Grid
Material Flow : 100% / Retraction Distance : 5.2mm
Build Plate Adhesion Raft / Raft Extra Margin : 3mm / Raft Air Gap : 0.3~0.32mm
File 8.1 MB
Release Date
Average Time
[0.1mm] Cybertruck Body : 23h
[0.1mm] Cybertruck Tonneau-Cover : 1h
  • Stefic
    2020-04-23 00:03:57

    Not that great. There are better versions on thingiverse. Would not buy again. 5/10

    2021-03-19 16:55:03

    @Stefic Thank you for stopping by and leaving comments. The characteristic of this model is that it has a printed in-place articulation and it is fun to fold after printing.
    It is also characterized by the fact that the tonneau cover can be pushed back and forth like a real cyber truck. We hope you enjoy the unique advantages of our model. Thank you

  • PikeR
    2020-02-03 09:08:27

    I would like to know if you'd be willing to split the parts up and offer the individual files as well. The model pops together very nicely without the arms and it would make it easier to print IMO.

  • re8609
    2020-02-02 03:18:35

    Not as nice as I expected. The curved lines on the doors and rough layers on the top and windshield are horrible. I was expecting a smoother top and sides. I wish they came out as nice as the other parts. I used Prusia Slicer to separate the parts and will try to print them out individually so I can arrange or rotate to print out smoother. I know it defeats the point of it being foldable but I'm not satisfied with the print. If it comes out any better I will update ot post a new comment with pictures. Thanks

    2020-02-02 16:08:44

    In that case, we strongly recommend 0.1mm layer height. Lower layer height, better quality.
    Thank you~

    2020-02-03 09:07:26

    how did you spilt up the parts in Slic3r? I have had the print fail in 2 places more often than not, the bed and the right side wheel/tires area.

    2020-05-03 14:49:34

    Please use prusa slicer for split.
    You can split and save for STL.

  • mfa83
    2020-01-13 05:37:10

    What print speed should it be printed at? If you never know what speed, it can be good to know.

    2020-01-13 12:19:18

    Our print speed is 30~40mm/sec usually.

  • sierrapapa83
    2020-01-07 10:39:22

    Can the tonneau cover be printed in PLA or does it need something more flexible?

    2020-01-07 21:46:47

    We print all parts in PLA. NO problem~

  • cdub3d
    2020-01-06 01:23:31

    Love this model!

    2020-01-07 22:23:17

    Thank you very much~
    Your print quality is awesome~

    2020-02-02 04:48:33

    could you send your g codes over im having a problem with my settings

  • Salman
    2020-01-01 02:48:56

    Is it possible to print the wheels separately and add to the car later? Please.

    2020-01-09 12:42:29

    I heard prusa slicer can do that~

  • waldo
    2019-12-30 19:39:55

    Why not dual color?
    There are a lot of mmu / dual head printers out there. Exporting the wheels as a separate stl doesn’t seem too difficult. I’d buy it, and even pay more ..

    2020-01-01 06:57:51

    I agree!

    2020-01-01 19:59:07

    You can do this yourself inside PrusaSlicer just press "Split to Objects". Just delete the parts you do not need.

    2020-01-04 07:35:18

    I don't have PrusaSlicer, nor a Prusa...

    2020-01-04 23:09:36

    PrusaSlicer is free to download and works with other printers besides Prusa. You can also do the same in Simplify3D by choosing Mesh-->Separate connected surfaces. So yeah, you can split out the wheels and print separately, but you'll have to modify them, or cut off the axle end, install and glue it back on if you do that. I may have to try that myself actually. I was just about to switch nozzles and see what it looks like at .05. Here's my last print, with the standard .40 nozzle printing at .15.

    2020-01-07 22:24:29

    Thank you very much for your sharing about your experiences!
    Your print quality is awesome!

    2020-02-18 16:09:24

    Absolutely my favorite file this year. I was able to ungroup all and then free cut in ideamaker to make the windows a separate color and then print with my Rais3d pro2. this one was printed with .3 so the doors are not as smooth as with the recommended .1
    I followed the specs for S3D and haven't had a failed print yet.

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