This weekend I hacked together a 3d printed pennyboard!
The 4 pieces were printed on a MakerGear M2, with no supports.
Each piece took about ~6 hours to print, so total print time for the project was around 22 hours.
After fitting the pieces together, I sprayed everything with black Plasti-Dip, which is basically a spray paint that turns into a matte black rubber once it drys.
After a few coats of that, the final step was to add trucks, wheels and bearings.
The test run(s) were a success – although one of the wheels flew off mid-run from speed wobbles.