Introduction for building an DIY electric skateboard / DIY electric Longboard by Nicolas Nostheide.
This article is addressed to all readers which are interested in building an DIY electric skateboard, but also for all people which just want to know how an electric skateboard basically works.
For the sake of simplicity I wouldn’t like to go into detail too much but you should have a basic knowledge about electronics.
I want to emphasize once more that electric skateboards are not toys. Especially the handling with electronics can be very dangerous.
Introduction: DIY electric skateboard
An electrical skateboard consists of six components besides the actual longboard. The following article will go into each of those six components:
This tutorial will help you to build your own Onewheel DIY portable charger. The DIY portable charger is capable of charging the Onewheel on the go.
In about 20min you are good to go for another session 🙂 With a large lipo you can charge the OW up multiple times.
Onewheel DIY portable charger
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In our Onewheel Basics series we will publish a few tipps for Onewheel riders. Today we are looking into the fender kit noise, which can be annoying if you ride on roads with dirt / small stones or gravel roads.
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If you start more aggressive carving with your Carbon GT you are very soon looking for more grip for Evolve Carbon GT boards.
Evolve Carbon GT comes only with grip in the center plate. This may look nice, but is challenging at the same time. We will show you how to fix this.
MORE GRIP FOR EVOLVE CARBON GT
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How to build a DIY Electric Skateboard (Do It Yourself) without using a ready to buy conversion kit like from Mellowboards or Onan?
We meet Nico from Berlin at the E-Boarder Meeting in Berlin Tempelhof in April 2017. He came by with his DIY Electric Skateboard which made 32 mph on the runway.
Elektric Skateboarder Nico with his DIY Electric Skateboard
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Sune Pedersen (CTO & Founder) at Faraday Motion who is software engineer started to develop a 3D printed electric skateboard 3 years ago in Copenhagen. His start up is now based in Berlin.
While you can buy complete boards (AKA Hyperboard) the idea is to customise your board. The first production run (50 units) of the Hyperboard is sold out and was mainly to receive feedback from the community.
CTO Sune Pedersen from Faraday Motion
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