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[Expired] OllinBoardCo's longboard/power pack!


#1

Thanks for the invite Jason!

For the past few months I have been doing beta builds and refining our integrated deck/battery pack. With the help of some great beta testers we now have a deck with a thickness of 1 inch capable of holding up to seventy-two 18650 li-ion cells.

I am offering this deck as a complete power system for $740 usd with the following features:

  • Maple/balticbirch and fiberglass composite deck with aluminum top hatch

  • 10s4p 370 watt-hour 18650 battery pack with BMS protection circuit (up to 72 cells at an additional cost) charger included

  • Integrated power switch/inrush controller

  • Auxiliary usb charging port (great for charging a the transmitter or other accessories)

  • Included gt2b transmitter/receiver with BadWolf enclosure

  • Dual digital display showing system voltage and battery temperature

  • Included VESC motor controller (dual configuration also available)

Each board is built by hand with a current build time of 3 to 4 weeks. If you would like a custom battery pack to meet other voltage requirements I am happy to accommodate most requests, up to 40 cells, at no additional charge. You also have the option to choose a color scheme of your choice.
This is pretty much a complete package, just add your choice of drivetrain. However if you show proof of purchase on torqueboards new motor mounts or pediglides hub motors I will discount the price by $20 per mount/hub motor, up to $40 off!

Thank you!

http://www.ollinboardcompany.com/product/flux


#3

Welcome on board! Looks good. Lots of work involved too… are you working on this full time yet or you have a day job too?

What brand of cell? What is the BMS specs? Are the cells spot welded?


#5

I (and others) might be interested in buying it if we knew the specs…


#6

That looks pretty bad ass! How much does it weigh?


#8

Are you pressing your own decks or having them made and machining them yourself? I’m curious because I’m working on a deck-and-box package also, although it has been very slow going.


#9

Yes I press them myself, I press the core first and route out the voids/compartments. I then laminate and press the maple skins with fiberglass on both sides of each skin. Once that cures I route the top skin to receive the aluminum top hatch which is drilled and screwed along the edges and along the internal stringers.

The internal stringers are very important in a hollow core design if you want stability at speed otherwise you will get some torsional flex which can induce oscillation/speed wobbles.

The photos don’t show some of the final details but I also cut a smaller access hatch around the ESC area so you can access your ESC and receiver for programing and binding by removing four screws.

I can do custom shapes too, I have three different custom boards for torqueboards in the works right now. It takes a bit longer but if it is a promising design, something I can incorporate into my catalog, I can usually do it for no extra charge. Even more so once I have my OS OX CNC router finished.