This project was the final result of one of my thesis projects for my Engineering degree.
The concept behind "Print & go" is that you can take any normal skateboard or longboard, 3D print a few gears, add an electric motor, and off you go zooming around.
On top of that, due to the 3D printed nature of the parts: the drivetrain can be customised for any type of board, and any sort of terrain.
My involvement in this project included concept development, product design, mechanical engineering, CAD, user testing, and prototyping.
Created using SolidWorks, ANSYS, and then printed on an Ultimaker.