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(Scratch build) The Auto Rickshaw (Bajaj/Tuk-Tuk PC)
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Default (Scratch build) The Auto Rickshaw (Bajaj/Tuk-Tuk PC) - 02-01-2013, 06:31 | posts: 40

Hi Everyone
I would like to share my scratch build, which I’ve been doing since late December 2012...It finish now.
The Idea is to build the vehicle that known as Bajaj (in Indonesia) or Tuk-Tuk (in Thailand).








I got the original design from paper craft at paper-replika.com. They give me permission to use and modified their paper craft design…
so I made a little change with Corel X5.


This design I will use for motherboard cover..


The material I will use is:
1. Paper
2. Acrylic
3. Fiberglass
4. Steel...and..
5. Leather (black Leather)

The hardware:
1. M-ATX Motherboard = ECS H61H2-M12
and the rest soon... after Pay day..

First I make a mold from 180mm Cartoon Paper < don't know if this the right name,
re-size 150% bigger from the original design.




To get the right measurement and the right feeling
I glue it and make it just the same like a making of paper craft model it self..





Then Painted to choose the right color.
Will be use this color with black flat later.

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Default 02-01-2013, 06:33 | posts: 40

Now the real work.
I start use the model as mold for Fiberglass..
Little messy and little itchy from fiber mat




For front wheel








I will use this for bending the acrylic


Dremel work with Acrylic








Bending acrylic with fiberglass as a mold, I use Heat gun to bend it




The face of Bajaj PC




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Default 02-01-2013, 20:00 | posts: 2,357 | Location: Pune, India

Thats a nice rickshaw, haven't seen one anywhere.

Looks nice, good luck and keep us posted.
   
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Default 02-03-2013, 17:05 | posts: 40

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Thats a nice rickshaw, haven't seen one anywhere.

Looks nice, good luck and keep us posted.
Thanks viren, the origin of Bajaj from your country isn't it? Really unique shape and great engine, it's still running on our street...for decades


Update pict for PSU and Motherboard Tray.






I encounter problems in connecting between the PSU tray and the front, the acrylic its not strong enough to hold, even with some screw.
So I use "Puzzle Technique" got this idea when I see my daughter puzzle.





then fill the gap with super glue, leave it all night before masking and sanding it.

The Motherboard will be on top of Power supply




It fit..properly










Will be soon for cover, and Paint..it
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Default 02-03-2013, 17:36 | posts: 13,550 | Location: USA

You sir have too much time on your hands.

Awesome job so far.
   
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You sir have too much time on your hands.

Awesome job so far.
Ha..ha..Only hands that I got..sir
Thanks.. for stop by
   
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Mad skills. Looking forward to the finished product.

   
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Default 02-03-2013, 19:13 | posts: 303 | Location: Jakarta, Indonesia

Wow.. You really do have time and money to spent..

A bajaj casing..
Now thats new...
   
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Default 02-04-2013, 18:51 | posts: 40

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Mad skills. Looking forward to the finished product.

Thanks uncle dude

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Wow.. You really do have time and money to spent..

A bajaj casing..
Now thats new...
Nice to see somebody from my hometown
Actually I don't have much time doing my mod,
mostly I'm doing it after office hour..when I get back home or on the week end.
I've been working on this project since December 2012..hope will finish soon.

Were where you at Jakarta Styka?
   
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Default 02-05-2013, 18:10 | posts: 40

Sanding and Painting



Basic Color..first layer


Finishing PSU fan hole


Painting again with basic color


Front lamp from 1 Inch PVC pipe




I also make some pole between windshield and front face. And paint motherboard tray.


so far..
   
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Default 02-09-2013, 20:26 | posts: 40

Cover for Motherboard


Even though I make a design with X5 before, but still I make a model to get the feeling and the right measurement..
one of my friend said this some old fashion in me..LOL..












Result


   
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Default 02-09-2013, 21:05 | posts: 40

I find some interesting stuff at local motorcycle Accessories shop




I might used this for head lamp..the seller say it has 7 color that will change periodically


Cut a little bit..




Paint it, i use heat gun to dry it..cause its rain in my place when i do this.


looks cute




   
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Very interesting, cant wait to see it finished.
   
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Default 02-15-2013, 09:43 | posts: 40

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Very interesting, cant wait to see it finished.
thank you sinnedone.

Another progress…
Making front grill, I use 4mm acrylic.


There is a little curved at the top...hmmm..
since I did not make a mold to bend it, so..I use my working chair armrest for the mold.


Another play with heat gun, and it meld down then bend..It’s work


A little bit of putty and sandpaper



Spray it with Black fat
some surface still not refined yet..I put some putty and spray it again.


Done..


I also paint the body, use LIGHT SCARLET for the color,
Close enough with a color of model that I make before.


Front fender, first layer paint


And while waiting for paint to dry…I cut some steel, this will be pole for the soft top .
Firework.....


To bad my Dremel not strong enough drill to make a hole on the steel

Got to find a bigger drill.


Lucky me, there is a Hammersmith (I hope this a right word) near my house.
He very enthusiast when I tell him that I make a bajaj for pc,I show him a picture form my phone LOL..
So he do the drill itself also did a little finishing at the steel..
I really appreciate for what his done.. he make me promise that I will show him a bajaj pc after its done..LOL
This picture taken from his workshop look at the fire..


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Very nice man wish i could do mods like that i would make a space ship .
I have 1 question do you think its going to run for a very long time from what i know those Bajaj do?.
   
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Default 02-15-2013, 10:23 | posts: 40

For a few days ago, I found some Interesting stuff that will be particularly useful in the Auto rickshaw.

This wheel find it at a local hardware store, it use to be for trolley.

but it is look fit

accidentally when I drove my 5 year old daughter to the toy store, I saw this..


Buy it …I will manage it at the front fender shock absorber


I find this cute little button too... at electrical supply store near of my office building.

I will use the button for On/Off and reset button.
   
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Very nice man wish i could do mods like that i would make a space ship .
I have 1 question do you think its going to run for a very long time from what i know those Bajaj do?.
Space ship..?? it will be interesting.. man
just do it..then you will know that you could..
   
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LOL man you made me nostalgic.. I still remember when i was a kid, one day one of these ran over my leg..
   
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BTW.. really mad skills...
   
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LOL man you made me nostalgic.. I still remember when i was a kid, one day one of these ran over my leg..
Hahaha.. that s beautiful memories man..
I'm pretty sure my bajaj will not run over your leg..LOL


Night Mod...
Windshield pole

In order to make the drill more stabil, I mark with solder to make a little hole before drill it


Then drill it


Tap it with 3mm


Place some bolt..and done


In the morning before going to office I make a rear bumper.
Dremel it before sunrise comes up


I intend to make 8mm Acrilic...but I don't have it so I combines 2 acrilic 4mm,
then press it with superglue


A little putty and sanding
I always do the sanding on the bucket of water, To keep dust from falling apart all over the place.


Then Paint it, just when the sunrise come up.


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Assembling the ankle and Rear wheel.
I've done this on Saturday..I got day off, and a lot of time for another mod.
My plan is making shockbreker tilted a few degrees, just like this..


I made a holder for mount the shockbreaker, I use acrylic with some bolt for the holder.
Some drill for placing the bolt.


Cut a little piece of acrilic, I use manual saw for cutting.






I Also repaint the shock breaker to be black flat and white.




This is the holder




At this point I place the holder


Here we go...

Now it's tilt a couple degree.

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Very impressive work - can't wait to see the finished product!
   
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