3d printed friction shifters

#41

Whoa! Durability testing?

#42

mashing the like button so hard my mouse spontaneously combusts

#43

Also trying to quantify the clutchfeel with the strain gauges. So far, it’s testing the lego’s durability.

Also been working on an idea for a one piece bar end clamp

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#44

turgid in this thread too

#45

Boyyoyoyoyng

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#46

You probably know this, but “clutch power” is what the lego friction fit is called.

I once handled a neat stack of about 30 non-production 2x4 bricks that were stacked in order of clutch power. The top ones fell off with a breeze. The bottom ones required tools to separate.

#47

oh this is nice.

#48

Make it go faster!

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#49

I need a set of these for my wife’s 3x8 winter bike.

#50

Any update on when I can buy

#51

This project is so cool

#52

Just posting to say that I too would like to buy these

#53

Thanks for the interest, all. I had to take a break due to mental health SNAFU. Starting to get back into it though.

Are you thinking one-handed robot pusher/friction dangler collabo because I love that idea. DT require some thinking and changes to the parts stack since it goes into a frame boss instead of something I control.

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