This is an easy to assemble toy car made using lots of high-tech tools. Once you 3D print, and laser cut your parts, the rest can be zip tied and bolted together in minutes. I was initially planning on making more of a hot rod. However, thanks to the slow speed of the servos, it turned out to be more of a cruiser. This vehicle has a slow smooth ride, which makes it the perfect motorized platform for all kinds of applications. For instance, it makes a great camera dolly (for silent films and music videos), and a suitable robot base.
The wooden bracket was laser cut on a 120W Epilog 36EXT printer with the following settings:
The wheels were printed on an Object Connex 500 printer loaded with Vero White and Tango Black. The hubs used DM_8250_Grey40, and the tires used DM_9885_Shore85.
Full parts list, assembly instructions, and demo videos can be found on the Instructables page: