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DIY Wheel Casting


#61

Finished set:

The upper side is a bit ugly but you can file it easily for a nicer shape. The wobble is totally gone as far as i can tell already :slight_smile:


#62

Man this great
Love this work you been doing.
Thanks for sharing :star_struck:


#63

Those are awesome.


#64

Thanks for the nice feedback :slight_smile: I already told my girl about this since she was always like: Why don’t you just buy this? She couldn’t believe that you can’t buy these :slight_smile:


#65

That’s freakin awesome


#66

We do sell smaller quart kits but shipping to Germany is expensive. Just for reference, Hummie used F-190 and M-3190 for wheels. F is faster gel time, M is a Medium gel time. If you aren’t in a hurry, M-3190 is safer for newbies. With any urethane, it’s best to give them some heat after demolding for the best durability and abrasion resistance. He used a 90A because after they heat up on hub motors they soften up. But 80A is fine too, especially if you are making thicker wheels.




#67

Yup, will work perfect for you.


#68

This is not the right material. See post below…


#69

Silicone mold taken off a high resolution 3D print, then 2-part 90A urethane cast into mold.

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#70

Wow, thanks for the insight :slight_smile:


#71

It warms my coils when vendors get involved in the fine details