3D Printing

Download and 3D Print

The 3D printed parts can be downloaded with the link below. 

The case is optimized for flexible materials, rigid material will not work.

Materials & Slice Settings

This design requires an extruder capable of printing with flexible materials such as the Flashforge Creator. If you're using standard Ninjaflex material (85A shore hardness), we recommend printing slow, around 20 to 40mm/s with extruder temperature of 240c.

You can also use Cheetah Ninjaflex, which has a higher shore hardness (95A). The only difference will be in how flexible and how grippy the texture is.

GP-body.stl

GP-axle.stl

GP-wheel.stl

PLA 245c  / 0c bed

No supports

10% infill

40mm/s print speed

No Retraction

120mm/s travel speed

The car mount body (GP-body.stl) takes about two hours to print using original NinjaFlex. You can speed up prints by using Cheetah NinjaFlex material. The only difference will be in how grippy the material will be.


The axle part (GP-axle.stl) can be printed with a larger .6mm nozzle to cut down on printing times.

Retraction clean up

Flexible materials may need retraction disabled to print successfully, so we'll need to clean any left over material around the slots and grooves on the GP-body.stl part.

This guide was first published on Nov 16, 2016. It was last updated on Nov 16, 2016. This page (3D Printing) was last updated on Feb 17, 2020.