A kid's wagon model kit, that can used to hold artificial flowers, sit on a bookshelf or china hutch, on the coffee table, or maybe a nacho tray for the game? :)
In all, there are 28 parts you must print, in order to assemble this model. More info on that below. Everything you need to assemble the model is here on file. The model was printed on a CR-10s. If you have something smaller, you should be able to scale it down to fit your print bed.
Printing and Assembly Instructions.
UPDATE I will be correcting the bed bolt shoulder, later this week (or weekend). This way you only need to print 2 washers per bolt instead of 3. For those who don't know what the shoulder of a bolt is, it's the unthreaded part between the threads and head of the bolt.
PLEASE READ: You will need to print 10 washers, 4 nuts, 3 short bolts, and 1 long bolt. You also need to print 4 wheel hub nuts as well.
Rear Carriage: Put a washer on the bolt, then slide it through the hole, through the hole of the rear carriage. You will need 2 washers and a nut to secure everything together down below. Just repeat and do the same thing for the other bolt.
Rear Axle and Wheel Assembly: Thread Axle through the rear carriage, and then put the wheels on the axle (use photo as reference if you need too). Then secure the wheels on with the hub nuts.
Front Carriage: NOTICE! If you print this part with the handle rings on the Z Axis, be sure to print this part at 100% infill, or with 362 bottom layers. It is IMPERATIVE you do this (especially with PLA or PLA+), or the torque from turning the handle into the bed can cause a less infilled ring to snap off much easier, printed on the Z Axis. You can print it other ways, but it will take double the time and can take up to double (or more) fialment to print. You only need 2 washers. Slide a washer onto the bolt, then slide the bolt through the hole on the bed, through the front carriage. Down below, put the washer and nut on, and make sure you don't make it too tight. Otherwise the wagon won't turn. But if the front carriage steers too loose for your liking, just print 1 more washer and use it down below.
Front Axle and Wheel Assembly: (Same as the Rear)
Wagon Handle and Grip Assembly: Simply use the two guide marks on the handle and grip, and glue together.
Wagon Handle to Front Carriage Assembly. Simply slide a washer onto the long bolt, slide it through the hub rings, and handle hub, then slide another washer on the other side, and snugly secure a nut on it.
You're all done! :)