Quadbike Toy

$ 2.99


Tariq Ali

I am a 3D designer/Editor/Animator based in the beautiful city of Dubai in Middle East. i belong to the 3D design & Sculpting background from the past 10 years. Very much passionate about what i do, so i enjoy doing it & make time for unique projects. Helps me to challenge myself & grow as a professional, & get to know some awesome people. I had worked on a number of 3D projects during my career for brands like Huawei, Head & Shoulders , The Dubai Mall commercials, Footway Shoe-wear. From designing & 3D printing missing bones of skeletons kept in museum to Sculpting a human bust, i was fortunate enough to work on a variety of design projects. Being an artist, I look for inspiration around me everywhere in my everyday life & i try to express emotions through it. 3DPrintingGeek is born out of a combination of my 3d design background & my love for this amazing technology of 3D Printing, which allows me to bring my digital 3d designs into the real world, in my own hands in reality.I try not to follow a specific trend & design almost anything that i find interesting & which i feel challenges my skills & help me to learn new techniques along the way. Regards, Tariq Ali

I have always been a big fan of Quadbikes since childhood & had enjoyed riding them here a lot in the Dubai deserts. So, it was a very natural choice for me to design a Quadbike when I was sitting & thinking of my next fun design to make & 3D print. Like many of my previous designs & for what Fab365 is very well known for, it had to be able to be 3D printed without any supports at all. The design had to be esthetically pleasing to look at and really fun for kids to play with. So I came up with the idea of this Quadbike Toy model which prints flat on the print bed & then gets assembled into the final piece.

The main body of the quadbike is split into two from the middle & it prints flat on the print bed along with the print in place Axle parts rotate at an angle of 360 degrees freely once printed. There is also a small joint, which locks the two split bodies together when inserted into the cutout shape at the bottom of the main body of the quadbike during assembly. The tyres print separately & easily gets attached over the axle which prints with the main body. You may have to use glue to fix the tyres to the axle, but be careful not to add glue to the axle itself or else the tyres won't rotate. You can also add glue to the grooves between the main body joint area to make the final assembled quadbike main body stick even stronger to each other. Have fun printing this Quadbike Toy & make your little ones happy!

Additions Raft : OK / Brim : NO / Support : NO
Infill Interlor Fill Percentage : 15% / Outline Overlap : 5%
First Layer Settings First Layer Height : 150% / First Layer Width : 100% / First Layer Speed : 50%
Layer Settings Layer Height : 0.1mm, 0.2mm / Top Solid : 3 / Bottom Solid : 2 / Outline : 2
Extuder Nozzle Diameter 0.4mm / Retraction Distance : 2mm
File 5.1 MB
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  • liver50287580
    2021-03-15 09:35:24

    Excellent, went well on my first print. Printed tires in TPU at 97.25 % after some trial and error.

    2021-03-15 12:24:43

    Wow man, looks really nice. Nice work

    2021-03-15 16:47:54

    What an extraordinary Quadbike Toy you have got!😍😍 It's amazing . Congratulations on your stunning result with TPU filaments! We are so grateful for your kind words and taking the time to leave us this amazing photos.

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