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Foldable Willys MB Jeep

$ 4.49

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GOODesign

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.

With the request and high vote from FAB365.net's request page, I designed this foldable Willis Jeep.
Willis MB Jeep request
Through this folding Willis MB Jeep, I made my first convertible car. The convertible car requires a lot of work as it is necessary to make a chair and interior, and there is little space to put the structure. In this work, I found it very difficult to make a convertible car by folding it.
This time, I inevitably adopted a way to separate the wheels. And some parts were printed and attached separately. The hood can be opened and closed, and the windshield can be rotated forward. The wheels also roll very well.

The folding process is as follows.
1. Rotate the front part of the jeep and turn it over.
2. Connect the lower body to the upper body.
3. Close the hood and move the windshield forward and tilt it back.
4. Press and fit each of the four wheels.
5. Put the fuel tank base on the back and put the fuel tank on top.
6. Attach the spare tire to the rear of the vehicle.
7. Cut the filament to a length of 1.8mm, fit it on the steering wheel, and apply adhesive to the front hole of the driver's seat.

1 : 32 scale
When expanded, size = X 73mm, Y 104mm, Z 37mm After folding X 50mm, Y 108mm, Z 52mm

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  • Ra
    2020-08-03 05:35:41

    Hi, I printed the car. It's a very nice design but... I have a few notes: - the axle of the steering wheel is missing from the downloaded package - I tried to clip the 4 wheels in place and all the clamps-supports of the wheels on the main body broke on layer lines. They are printed vertically and this is the worst position for their resistance when trying to be clipped. The wheels should be printed in a rather rubbery material otherwise there's small chance to be able to clip them on the main body without breaking the supports.

  • Jayendra
    2020-07-28 20:53:05

    Few Questions before printing: 1. Can I use 0.2 layer height? 2. Are supports necessary? 3. First layer speed? 4. Print Speed? 5. Your instructions say, "Rotate the front part of the jeep and turn it over." Which direction do I have to rotate the front part? (I am scared, dont wanna break it after a long print) (Ender 3 and Cura 4.6.1) And I have already purchased the design.

    mdavid6
    2020-07-30 03:52:57

    i have print at 0.2 layer at 60 mm/s 200 nozzle temp and 60 bed temp.... i having sized at 125% for more clearance.... i have no issue at all with a creality cr-10s pro... please take care of bed/nozzle gap if too close the windshield and hood doesnt move and the part don't turn... you can rotate left or right any problem

  • niroshana91
    2020-07-25 20:35:20

    Hello , i need little assistance i tried this model once but i didn't work . can you give right slicer settings for my print. i am using cura4.3 and Ender3 pro.

    fab365
    2020-07-25 21:49:18

    You can download my settings after log in.

    fab365
    2020-07-25 21:50:20

    If you have problems, Please check print-tips https://fab365.net/print-tips

  • denstraffe
    2020-07-25 07:05:13

    hy , can you give more information please , like printer settings for top result , i like to make it bigger , about 175% as a gift for a war veteran here in Belgium , maybe you can give me advise for the settings , my printer is a Geeetech A10T with super plate Thank you and hope to see more of thes things from you greetings Ronald

    fab365
    2020-07-25 11:49:20

    0.1mm layer height, 30mm/sec print speed about 2.5mm retractions, etc... After purchasing, you can download my slice settings. I hope your friend like this foldable jeep. Please enjoy~

    denstraffe
    2020-07-26 02:38:06

    ik heb aangekocht maar kan nergens downloaden

    fab365
    2020-07-26 11:35:01

    You can download from your profile after log in. But you have select your printer and slicer

    denstraffe
    2020-07-27 04:08:51

    i did , select geeetech A10T and simplify3D , als did try repetier bud nothing works , seems to be trouble with the geeetech A10T nothing works ,maybe chosing another printer thats compatible with my printer , sorry i aim new in 3D printing , just a copple of months and no experience , thanks for helping me

    fab365
    2020-07-28 12:28:26

    I didn't prepare settings for that printer. If your 'Geeetech A10T' 3D printer condition is OK, printing result will be OK. Bigger is better. If you worry about quality, please check slice settings at other design's settings at information text below.

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