A while back I uploaded a video of my 3D-printable gearbox and some people told me it looked like a shredder, I thought this was actually a nice idea so i build one. I mainly build this thing jut for fun and to show people what the possibilities are with 3D-printed parts because some people still think 3D-prints are not functional and you can only make vases, figures or boats with a 3D-printer. 3D-printed parts of course have their limits like you'll see in the video ;-). Almost every part in this build is 3D-printed, except for the shafts bearings, nuts and bolts etc.
To drive the shredder I used the gearbox I mentionned above. Video can be found here: https://youtu.be/d8us3OWgS1A
The gearbox was powered by a 3S 2200mah LIPO battery With the help of the Universal Motion Controller i made. It's possible to run the gearbox on a 6S LIPO but this would destroy the gears almost immediately in this application.
The fusion 360 source file option includes these formats:
-.zip (containing .ipt and .iam files)
Part list, schematics, code and more info about this project can be found here
Note: This is not a physical product. When you're purchasing the STL or Fusion 360 source files you will be able to download these files. A physical product will not be send to your address.
All my designs are licensed according to the CC BY-NC-ND license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/