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Posted 12/4/2020 5:35:47 PM
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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone planning to, and/or, actually building a Bat Vehicle.
Here is an online 3D printer filament calculator.
http://tools.3deee.ch/f_calculator
3DEEE FILAMENT CALCULATOR
Volume Length Weight
Do you know, how many meters of 3d printing filament do you need for your next print?
Do you know, what volume your can print with a given length or weight of 3d printing filament?
Do you know, what weight of 3d printing filament you need on your spool, to finish your next print successful?

With this calculator, you can convert the length of 3d printing filament into the weight of the 3d printing filament and the volume of the 3d printed model. You can also upload an STL-file* to determinate these values.

As for Material Presetting we have PLA, PLA/PHA, ABS, PETG, TPU, PA6 and PA12. But you can insert your very own, custom material and also use other density settings for the calculation.
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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone planning to, and/or, actually building a Bat Vehicle.
Go to 3dinsider.com/wax-3d-printing/ to read complete article

3D Printing with Wax: The Process of Lost Wax Casting
Joseph Flynt
by Joseph Flynt
Posted on
July 31, 2019

"We know all about additive manufacturing by 3D printing. A filament is molten by a hot extruder and deposited on a print bed, and layers are built one by one until the design has been completed. It’s a direct, single-step procedure that produces the model in your desired material quickly.

However, there are also other, more indirect methods of additive manufacturing. One of these methods is called lost wax casting – a process that uses wax to create molds, which can then be used to create highly detailed designs out of molten metal.

Lost wax casting is a very old technique and has been used even before 3D printers came into the picture. Through this technique, a mold can be created from a prototype that was made using wax. For traditional jewelry makers, lost wax casting is a highly useful method for producing a high volume of custom pieces. It is especially suitable for replicating very detailed designs quickly and accurately.

In lost wax casting, a mold is built about an initial prototype made of wax. Before 3D printing, artisanal craftsmen made these prototypes by hand by painstakingly carving details into a solid wax block. A negative mold is then built around this prototype using a more heat-stable material.

The wax prototype can then be easily melted away, leaving a negative mold with a cavity that accurately mimics the prototype. Since the mold itself is heat-stable, it can be used to create pieces out of sturdier materials such as molten metal.

In modern times, the method of lost wax casting isn’t really all that different. However, 3D printing technology has made it easier and faster to create a wax prototype. There are now several wax-like filaments that can be used with FDM printers and can be polished before being used to create negative molds.

1. Choose a design

2. Print the design using wax filament

3. Create a negative mold

4. Use the mold to create metal products

The best wax filaments for lost wax casting

1. Print2Cast Wax Filament

2. PolyMaker PolyCast Filament

3. PORO-Lay Mold-Lay 3D Printing Filament

Advantages of lost wax casting
1. Does not require a lot of skill
If your goal is to make a metal object with a complex design, it’s much easier to do lost wax casting than to resort to more traditional ways of working with metal.

2. Cheap
Of course, not everything has to be done the old-fashioned way. You can turn to technology, such as metal laser sintering, to produce highly complex metal objects. The downside is these types of equipment are very expensive. If you already have a 3D printer on hand, why not leverage of its capabilities to make your metal models cheaper?

Final thoughts
Lost wax casting is a very old technique, and marrying it with today’s 3D printing technology has really opened up a lot of possibilities."
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Posted 12/10/2020 7:14:19 PM
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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone planning to, and/or, actually building a Bat Vehicle.
spidey4fun's posting about using a powered hacksaw has inspired me to post about it's usefulness.
The power driven horizontal reciprocating saw concept goes back for several thousand years.
Of course, power in the old days was generate from mostly water wheels, etc.
The usual primary principal behind the reciprocating power saw is the conversion of rotary motion into linear motion. This type of saw has been used to cut wood, metal, stone, etc.
For anyone needing an inexpensive power metal cutting saw this is it. Many have been built for only a few dollars if that.
I have attached a set of common measured plans and a second image that is so simple to understand it can be described as a pictorial blueprint. This type of homemade saw is commonly found through out the world.
Online, you can find thousands of images and plans.
Ebay often has several offered for little money.


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Placed a copy of this post here for anyone planning to and/or actually building a Bat Vehicle.
Most automotive/aircraft body's in the past and many custom body vehicles were often designed using wooden body bucks. Including the original Corvette. Computer aided drafting and computer aided machining of foams, plastics, and wood has moved to the forefront but wooden bucks still have their places in some mechanical translations. The first photo-image, labeled #4 is one of my favorites.


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Posted 1/16/2021 11:42:22 AM
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See video and complete article at: https://www.techeblog.com/fastboompro-batmobile-replica-russia/
FastBoomPro’s B v S Batmobile Replica Sells for $850K, Gets Captured on Video in Moscow
DECEMBER 20, 2019
"FastBoomPro’s engineers spent months hand-crafting a replica of the Batmobile from 2016’s Batman v Superman movie. They fully customized a body kit sourced from the US, laid it atop a real vehicle, and then equipped it with a monstrous 502-hp V8 engine. Since all of the chase scenes in the actual film were filmed while driving at a mere 12.4mph, they had to make various technical modifications, like re-welding the chassis and installing new axles, so the replica wouldn’t fall apart on the move. Read more for a video that was shot in Moscow of its new owner(s) driving the vehicle.
That’s not all, this Batmobile even comes with a functional 250x-zoom thermal imager for night drives and sources a joystick from a real F-18 fighter jet to control the hood-mounted laser gun. Unfortunately, the latter is just for shooting things in augmented reality, which is then shown on the interior display. FastBoomPro originally wanted $900,000, but it recently sold for $850,000.oo.
We [tried] several unsuccessful experiments that shattered the car. Then we found some smart engineers who made a multi-metal alloy able to withstand 1.5 tons of steel and an engine inertia of 500 horsepower,” said FastBoomPro founder Alisher."


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"They fully customized ( a body kit sourced from the US ), laid it atop a real vehicle, and then equipped it with a monstrous 502-hp V8 engine.

What body kit are they talking about?
Who did they source it from in the US?
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Found a little more written about the FastBoomPro B v S batmobile and a few more photo-images.
The Russians talk about building the car and making a 10-minute video.
The below information was found translated from Russian.
"Russian engineers at the company FastBoomPro have created a replica of the Batmobile from 2016’s Batman v Superman. Taking a bodykit, they stuffed it with real automobile innards that matched the vehicle’s impressive exterior.
FastBoomPro
“I saw it in the movie, and just had to recreate it. It had to ‘shoot,’ ‘fly,’ and ‘roar’ like a real superhero ride,” FastBoomPro founder Alisher told Russia Beyond (declining to give his surname).
Alisher says that he bought the bodykit in the US. Initially it was a chassis with an engine that couldn’t go more than 30 km, since it could only move in first gear.
FastBoomPro
“All the chase scenes in the movie are shot at a speed of 20 km/h, and then special effects are added in the studio. We had to do a lot of things [to turn the bodykit into a real car]. We inserted a 502-hp V8 engine and made a number of technical modifications so that it wouldn’t fall apart on the move,” said the FastBoomPro founder.
To start with, the company’s engineers rewelded the chassis and installed new axles made of different metal alloys so that the Batmobile wheels remained on the road and didn’t fly up at the slightest bump.
“We carried out several unsuccessful experiments that shattered the car. Then we found some smart engineers who made a multi-metal alloy able to withstand 1.5 tons of steel and an engine inertia of 500 horsepower,” explained Alisher.
FastBoomPro
As a result, the Batmobile’s top speed hit 100 km/hour. According to Alisher, “it’s possible to squeeze even more out of the engine, but it’s scary.”

“There’s no aerodynamics. The car shakes like hell. Despite the new axles, the wheels still jump up when going over bumps. The Batmobile is a toy, not a racing car. So we’re not about to set any road records,” said its creator.

Does it come in black?
Despite the fact that the car, like Batman, doesn’t officially exist (FastBoomPro has not registered it with Russia’s traffic police), its creators have done several test drives on the streets of Moscow and St Petersburg, and are planning to shoot a full-blown video of it cruising around the city.

Alisher says that driving in Moscow is a pain — the field of vision is minimal, and turning corners and parking are almost impossible (the Batmobile is 4x6 meters in size and occupies almost two lanes).

FastBoomPro
“We normally ride it outside the city. Out in the ‘field’ and on the minor roads you can drive anything,” explains Alisher.
FastBoomPro is currently looking for a buyer for its brainchild. The starting price is a cool 55 million rubles (about $900,000).


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Here are some photo-images off the auto.ru website that offered the FastBoomPro B v D batmobile for sale.
Like sly said there is no mention as to why this batmobile does not have rear wheel coverings.


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Posted 1/18/2021 1:19:55 PM
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To start with, the company’s engineers rewelded the chassis and installed new axles made of different metal alloys so that the Batmobile wheels remained on the road and didn’t fly up at the slightest bump.
“We carried out several unsuccessful experiments that shattered the car. Then we found some smart engineers who made a multi-metal alloy able to withstand 1.5 tons of steel and an engine inertia of 500 horsepower,” explained Alisher.
FastBoomPro
As a result, the Batmobile’s top speed hit 100 km/hour. According to Alisher, “it’s possible to squeeze even more out of the engine, but it’s scary.”

“There’s no aerodynamics. The car shakes like hell. Despite the new axles, the wheels still jump up when going over bumps. The Batmobile is a toy, not a racing car. So we’re not about to set any road records,” said its creator.

Quite revealing. Hopefully donor vehicle method contributes more stability.
I already strongly suspected the upper wings would contribute significant vibration as they are configured without modification.
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well they miss a few things that were done to the originals... didn't shave the tires, meaning they are carrying around 100 extra # per corner alone... they aren't using the chris king spec'd shocks and airbags that needed to be tuned on the real car. No wonder theirs doesn't drive well yet.
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