Build – 3Dprinted RC cars

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How did we 3D fabricate them?

The helping instructions to build your own custom 3Dprinted/made RC cars with Chassis and Body Kits. Click on the pictures to get information how to assemble them with our latest Chassis Design DESTINY.
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3Dprinted RC VolksWagen Golf mk2

You can build – ANY – 3Dprinted 1/10 chassis with DESTINY

ANY WHEELBASE ANY Front and Rear track 3Dpirinted chassis by Model FACTORY

Our latest Chassis design is available to all of our Body Kits and to any of YOUR custom Bodies as long as they are 1/10 scale and 4 wheeled!

We have been making RC cars since 2020. Our designs are nearly fully custom designed and made. Whenever we create a new model, we get the 1/10 scale standard Tamiya RC car wheel as a front tire and adjust the size of the chassis, the body kit to its dimension.

This means the finished cars (their 3Dprints: chassis and body kits) will always be proportional in size in reference to themselves. Unique car authenticity is what we aim for! Even though embracing this choice entirely, implies our cars are not proportional to each other. (Regrettably, in real life not all cars have same sized front tires.)

We choose this option for your convenience!

  • For example, if you want to use a RIM of your previous (1/10 size) purchase from a huge brand, you can apply it on our designs without any issues!
  • The other reason was the incompetence of building a lasting 3Dprinted tire. So far there is no, or at least we do not know any material/variation of a 3Dprint that could serve as durable as an RC car tire. Thinking on a Tamiya tire straight out from a factory mold.

Hopefully, this will change in the near future! So we would not must go shopping into dedicated RC stores to get new pairs of RUBBER to burn. You know, instead at home print’em easily. Certainly watching it take shape from our lazy couch.

We will definitely try and create an everlasting 3Dprinted RC car tire so highly recommended to follow us on YouTube! 😀