2022-10-26 (W) PoweredInlineSkatesRev2 Cutting wheel rack

I printed two copies of my drafted template and figured I could arrange them on a 12" x 12" sheet of polycarbonate. When I moved them around, I found I could fit four copies after I cut them out of paper. I sprayed the plastic sheet with Super77 and let it dry for a moment before sticking down the templates. I cut out two, drilled one of the 1/4" holes, and then bolted them together. I made a second hole through the firmly attached pieces and secured it with another bolt. I continued until I completed all the bolt holes, so I am confident everything will line up.

The motor mounting holes were different since I only needed them in one side. There were eight orbiting the shaft hole, and they were very close together, but at 4 mm, they were no trouble. The center had to be at least 10 mm wide, which was my largest metric bit, but I  accurately placed it, so I cut it.
Two cut plates

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