Rover-X is a replica of the Curiosity and Perseverance Rovers sent to Mars by NASA, designed and modeled after the Sawppy Rover by Roger. Thank you https://hackaday.io/project/158208-sawppy-the-rover
ROVER-X will be used at a School Assembly Program to engage students in STEM related activities in Planetary Science.
This build page has several logs, photos, and files. The stl. files have changes I made to some 3D printed parts and I used on my Rover. The project logs have my progress and work.
Mechanically-speaking, I suggest using the edits I used on my rover which also include the ones I borrowed from the CJ rover (Thank you https://hackaday.io/project/165094-cj-a-sawppy-variant).
On my rover there are 4 stl. I borrowed from the CJ rover, and 4 that are my own (together they account for half of the printed parts). In addition, the steel shafts are edited on the CJ rover and on mine (I also replaced 4 of them with screws, washers, and locking nuts). Moreover, On CJ rover and on mine the servo horns are metal, but I mounted mine differently and I bought different screws for them. There are a bunch of locking nuts on my differential and a few screws that are different on the center parts of the differential box too. I did not print the power and battery tray because those will be inside the rover.