I received my MOVE-E deck made by @Luke today after a long odyssee of the package
It seems to be the first one out there so heres my premier build log
As you can see I started with epoxying the deck and the lid, then waited for the resin to thicken a bit, then carbon fiber on top, after some wait soaked it in epoxy.
I’m currently developing a plan as of how I can embed the 2 Charging sockets (one main charge connector and one balance connector)into the shell without doing too much damage Same goes for the Antispark connector.
I had to get flat head screws for the bus connection since with the usual ones it didn’t fit. I got only longer M5 screws In the diystore so I had to cut them with a metal saw, 24 of them
MOVE-E shortboard deck by @Luke
12s3p Sony VTC6 in 6x2s3p NESE modules by @Agniusm
Metr Pro BT module by @rpasichnyk & @hexakopter
Flipsky VX1 remote (PPM mode)
@hummieee 's Hubs V4, wheels dyed darker (Ritdye didn’t work so good this time, maybe the PU is different.
Hammock baseplate by @rey8801