generatively designed crank spider

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  • Wow! I love this kind of stuff.

  • Strength testing might need to be destructive in order to find the maximum force the spider can handle.

    Or non-destructively you could make a rig and load it with maximum conceivable force plus a safety factor. Then if it survives it survives and you know it's good.

  • @Batman

    Great work, I have been thinking about getting a spider made for my RS2 cranks which would take wolf tooth camo rings for some time. Unfortunately I know nothing about CNC machines.

  • That's super cool. Totally get the "I want to do it myself idea" over buying a spider. I guess spiders and chainrings are a very reasonable starting point to get into it. Would love to see more explorations in the future!

  • Are you saying what I think you’re saying...

  • Chainrings are definitely a much more complex part, although I imagine there is far more documentation on how to make them. I run a narrow/wide ring which I imagine would be quite interesting. If it breaks I will fix it!

  • Confused, and a little aroused

    This comment resonates with me. Awesome project!

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generatively designed crank spider

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