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No I haven't before, but looking at those photos do I truly appreciate the quality of the Up! printer...
Another idea for a large wheel (same as Thing 2473) would be o use entire all printed parts with A and B rollers that snap into each another. e.g. http://www.madox.net/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/DSC03197A.jpghttp://www.madox.net/blog/wp-c.... You could almost forgo bearing if you drill out the holes cleanly :) [Was my ori
ginal plan until I reduced the scale forcing me to change to using M3 bolts and bearings as the ABS was too weak when they're that thin]