DIY Project: Alternative Pedal Plates for the Asetek Invicta Pedals
As another foretaste of the upcoming review of the Asetek Invicta pedals (buy pedals at Sim-Motion in Germany*), I would like to introduce you to alternative pedal plates. These are in contrast to the supplied pedals better suited for people who want to use the pedals without shoes. Until the separately available Forte Pedal Face Plates are released, you thus have a cost-effective alternative.
Printing and assembly
The pedal plates can be printed in one piece without a support structure. Sufficiently many layers for the walls and the top and bottom of the print are recommended, as well as a suitably sized infill. Here, the plates were printed with 50% infill each, which makes them very solid. There is no noticeable flex this way. Due to the rounding at the top of the pedal plates, it is recommended to select a low layer height.
The plates can be screwed with the original mounting material, but should not be overtighten. As always, printing and assembly are of course at your own risk.
Both files can be downloaded below:
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