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Satisfying Gear Mechanisms to 3D Print

A project in Irvine, CA by 3D Printer Academy

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Unique mechanisms that you can easily 3d print for yourself | Pay what you want | STL files
Backers: 81
Average Pledge Per Backer: $48

Funded: $3,897 of $500
Dates: Apr 26th -> May 26th (30 days)
Project By: 3D Printer Academy
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Bonus STL Design: eCVT - Infinite gear ratios and speeds

April 27th - via:
Hi Everyone,  Thank you for taking the time to check out this project. As a special bonus I am adding one of my new designs to this campaign: "continuously variable transmission model".  All tiers will have access to this design: Happy printing!... (Read More)

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