Soon, 3D printers will be in every house. If you don't already have access to a 3D printer, it may be time to invest in one to make ORTAK products even more feasible and see the time it takes for a return on investment drop drastically. We foresee a future in which visionary companies will use ORTAK co-manufacturing method to decrease costs for both the company and the customer while enabling highly customizable and more personal products.
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I have a feeling my 3d filament expanded too much. The fit on almost everything was super tight. I added a little heat to the pla to get it going again. I like the concept overall. I believe I messed up on one of the wheels by overforcing a bearing it occasionally get caught up. I think next time I will just buy the assembled kit.
Pretty cool, but the design isn't 100%
This is a better solution than when they sold the CNC version of the skater for several hundred. However, as an industrial designer myself who has experience designing camera accessories, I'm a bit surprised by the design of the dolly, as I see some things that were perhaps miscalculated. A part that is included in the kit didn't fit: There is a black washer that is supposed to sit between the 2 main plates that make up the actual dolly. The bottom slider plate has a recessed space for the washer to sit, however it seems to not be deep enough. When fully assembled (with the washer in between the 2 plates) there is too much vertical distance for the main 1/4-20 screw assembly to be fastened to the dolly via the included metric socket cap screw. the 1/4 screw can only be secured when the washer is removed from the entire assembly, and we're talking about 1/16" difference here. Nonetheless, the product was designed to be assembled and be functional with all pieces together. The dolly works fine without the washer however, so it's fine. Also, I won't be using the circular wheel plates that cover up the screw holes on the wheels because I know from experience that things will loosen over time. By covering those up, you eliminate your ability to tighten/adjust things.
Very nice with skater 3D
Easy to build, smooth in taking tracking video with also Flektilthead 3D, will also bring in pocket shoot 3D recently, and looking forward for more 3D build product from edelkrone.
3D Print information is not complete
Wheels come off pretty easily
Overall I really enjoyed putting this together but I will say that it’s definitely not something you could completely rely on in a professional situation. I would advise not putting the stickers over the wheels once they are on because the threads can easily come loose and then those no way to screw the wheels back on or tighten them because the bolts are covered up. I found everything pretty easy to put together except for the rubber parts of the wheels. That was a little tricky. There’s definitely some sorting out to do in terms of the tension with the joints. Too loose and it doesn’t stay put but too tight and it won’t move at all.
Excellent. Loved the experience of assembly myself.
Sweet kit for my 3D Skater
I really like the look and quality of your parts kits.
It's solidly built, innovative and
It's solidly built, innovative and affordable.
Great addition to 3d printed parts
Very cool concept for 3d printer owners, awesome quality