Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

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KevinMar
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Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby KevinMar » Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:25 am

I'll be taking the incredible files created by Olle and modifying as many as possible to be printed on my Prusa MMU2S machines. I adore the RS1 and its entire livery, so I am attempting to take the single colored parts and add some pizzaz and realism.
I plan on using Prusament Galaxy Black for the exposed carbon parts, Prusament Jet Black for the glossy black, Azure Blue for the blue, and Atomic Filament White for the white, all PLA. Some components may be printed out of ASA, NylonX/G, PC/ASA, or Polycarbonate, depending on the use cases. I'll experiment with different flexibles for the tires, but might end up making molds and using real rubber compounds if those won't work. And yes, it will be a rolling model with everything possible motorized.

Below you'll see the first piece I modified, the Aft Dash piece, on which I added the blue to mimmic the blue alcantara on the dash of the real RS1.
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KevinMar
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby KevinMar » Thu Sep 19, 2019 5:59 pm

More progress being made :D
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby admin » Thu Sep 19, 2019 9:54 pm

That's looking awesome! :D

Mr_Brightside_P
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby Mr_Brightside_P » Mon Sep 23, 2019 7:25 pm

Very nice , i like the dual color, how is it possible to doing this. Great Job looks very very good.

KevinMar
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby KevinMar » Thu Sep 26, 2019 7:26 am

I haven’t been posting updates here frequently but here’s a big one! The body is effectively done, I’m just working, frustratingly, on getting the windshield and suspension done. But it looks soooooo good
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby admin » Thu Sep 26, 2019 8:41 am

That looks amazing! :D

rcnut
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby rcnut » Fri Sep 27, 2019 11:22 pm

Wow. Fantastic job. Yours puts mine to shame. Love the dual colour

KevinMar
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby KevinMar » Mon Sep 30, 2019 4:01 pm

Finished!
After about 2 weeks of work my RS1 is finally done.
I'd like to thank Olle for all of the work he put into this amazing model and all of the help he gave me while I was putting this together.

Now for some pictures, but to see more, including video, check out my instagram @Kevins_Prints:
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Re: Kevin's Agera RS1 Build

Postby JohannesaGunnarson » Mon Sep 30, 2019 6:38 pm

That looks really good. I'm impressed that you did this in two weeks. My build has been ongoing for 6 months and still not finished. Great work! 😃 :o


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