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FIELD TESTING MY GIANT 3D PRINTED TANK IN THE FOREST

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Learn more about PCBWay's services like CNC Machining, Online sheet metal fabrication, 3D printing or Injection Molding at https://www.pcbway.com/?from=Ivan

I've been doing a lot of off camera work to the tank so I could get it ready for this test, It has been a fun test and I've learned a lot about what does and what does not work.
By my observations I'd say that the parts that failed did it so because:
· I printed them really weak because I was running to finish the tank.
· The parts were at least 2 years old and had been supporting the weight of the tank all that time.
· There are a couple of design flaws that introduced unwanted weaknesses mostly on the links.

Even though the fact that it is 3D printed is a clear drawback I think I'm pretty close to it working as I want so I'll keep pushing through. I still consider the tank finished but I'll have to redesign and reprint a bunch of parts. Please let me know what you think about it in the comments!

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CHAPTERS:
00:00 Intro
01:39 Transporting the tank
02:46 How does it work
04:34 PCBWay
05:18 Testing
09:56 Unexpected disassembly
11:15 Damage report

Tags: 3D Printing

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