First test build of Daniel Noree’s excellently designed F1 car printed in ABS. Build notes: using RTL fasteners hardware I found some of the 3mm nuts didn’t go in so I substituted 2.5mm hardware. The rims and back spoiler required raft+bridging support, and the big tall body pieces required extra wide rafts to stay stuck to the build plate. The only servo that’s could source locally in hobby shops was a hotel HS-55, pretty anemic for a steering servo, I’ll have to rework that do something better, the HS-225MG is a bit too big to fit into the nose but something like a HS-5085MG might fit in with a slightly reworked servo holder. Two pairs of widely available 2mm bearings (Traxxas Part, 7020) can be used for the wheels. Everything fits into the very cleverly secured by springy scale aero parts main compartment of the monocoque very tidily.
Now waiting on the material to print tires, and see how it runs.
But @Daniel_Noree the burning question after building it and putting the components in, is why you didn’t leave the top lid air intake open and functional to leave cooling airflow over the power train to the back exhaust?
My other concern will be scraping bolt heads off the bottom at speed. Might build a thin sacrificial skid plate. Looking forward to it and Thank You for an amazing design really. So much cleverness there you appreciate after building the parts.