email@example.com wrote:Could you please suggest how to attach the BaneBots wheel to the 1/4 in threaded rod.
shrewdPanther46 wrote:i believe they don't sell 1/4 inch adapters, so it could be accomplished by 3d printing.
retired1 wrote:shrewdPanther46 wrote:i believe they don't sell 1/4 inch adapters, so it could be accomplished by 3d printing.
If you are going to 3d print an adapter I would make it with a small flange to keep the wheel from moving in, it would need a set screw hole and it would need a method of keeping the wheel on the hub. They use clips. If it were me, I would look at a mini clevis / retaining pin or similar.
A reverse of this would be to put the flange on the outside and a model airplane wheel collar on the inside.
It still needs the set screw port/hole.
ASdaBEST wrote:I'm new to Battery Buggy, so I was wondering if someone could post a picture of a battery buggy because I don't really understand how the parts work with each other. I would deeply appreciate if someone could post the link of a picture or something like that.
TheWingsOfFire wrote:I thought a 4:1 ratio meant that for every 4 rotations the drive gear makes the driven gear rotates once.
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