Ordered tires and a tubeless kit. Came to about $180 and payed $18 at the post office. The best part it was here in a week.
Stoked on this order.
I have had a makerbot for 3 years. Its addicting but the fail rate and maintenance are quite high as well. The products get better and better every month. I have never tried a scanner. Its not a click, click, and be happy art. You have to mechanically inclined to problem solve and tune the machine and have lots of patience.
Currently printing a oil bottle holder for my bike stand that I designed.
Its a great hobby to keep you busy in the evenings and winter.
I emailed One-up when I got mine and mentioned that the fit up to the hub was very loose but they said that was part of the design. Now that you mention it, it would seem that if it fit better to the splines there would be less chance of wearing out sooner and causing damage to the hub. I will have a look at mine someday soon.
Sorry for your guys loss. I was lucky enough to ride it a couple of times.
Had that frame back in the late 90's was set up quite different. I had Marz double crown fork and a coil spring rear shock. I ended up breaking the frame. I am friends with the Brodie sales rep at the time. He said he would look into what he could do for me. Never heard back. I wish I would have kept it.