Velcroing a pedal spacer on seems shifty...are you thinking about a dead pedal?Yeah it would be I have one that was 3D printed that I bought off of cali st, it is like a quarter inch thick and has a few pieces of Velcro on it to grab the carpet... you could really do anything and stick a few pieces on it. Post up some pictures when you Finnish I am sure there are others that might be interested in what you come up with.
lol, I love the fact another ME is looking at this at this time of the night. ;PI'm assuming you're doing this for the accelerator or dead pedal. Clutch and brake are a different story because they experience more pressure. Almost any common 3D material is good enough. ABS, what's used in legos, PLA, or Nylon are all going to be sufficient. Just be careful how you make it. Your infill (amount of material inside) is important. At 0% infill, you're making an eggshell. Shoot for some thing like 15-25% at a minimum. Less layers will make it finer. Finer is nice and I believe will reduce the chance for delamination. You need to design the part first. Make sure you do not have overhangs, since they can affect the structural integrity of the part. And 3D printing is orientation dependent, so just keep in mind that layers are weaker in the horizontal direction than vertical. Don't make your part stupid thin. You can always just show me a picture of the part and I'll let you know if there are any issues for 3D printing.
Source: Mechanical engineer.
Could I have this file? Also do u have any installed pics for the relative height change?BTW, OP, I made mine out of laser-cut Delrin because I wanted to make mine left and right adjustable, and I couldn't really 3D print that since the 3D printer was too small. Delrin's strong and laser cutting is fast. Just something to consider.
So I think you mean what is inside by infill? It should be 100% solid the whole way through.What was the infill? And why are the holes not through? Otherwise, it looks good to me from a quick glance