|Intended use||hobbyism, education|
|Keywords||3D printing, bike part, bicycle|
|Project was made?||Yes|
|Project was made independently?||No|
|Countries of design||United States|
|Estimated cost||USD 2.00|
|SDG||SDG11 Sustainable cities and communities|
Bicycle part: 7upEdit
|This Open Source Appropriate Technology has been designed but not yet tested — use at your own risk.|
|This Open Source Appropriate Technology has been prototyped.|
- The project was offered from Dr. John Gershenson, part of his lab for measurements.
- Picture of completed print
Bill of MaterialsEdit
- Only plastics and 3D-printer needed.
Tools needed for fabrication of the OSATEdit
- MOST Delta RepRap or similar RepRap 3-D printer
Skills and Knowledge Necessary to Make the OSATEdit
- basic measurement
Technical Specifications and Assembly InstructionsEdit
- Print the top part and down part separately.
- Joint them by heater through the edge of each part.
- printing time for each part is about 1.5 hours.
- Jointing time is about 15 min.
Common Problems and SolutionsEdit
- Carefully when using the heater, don't burn yourself :)
- If your solution is not a low cost one then it is not really appropriate.
- Estimate your costs: about 2 dollar.
- Find a commercial equivalent: about 10 dollar because of the material.
- 8$ savings and 80% savings