Read after the break for a quick build log:
I first purchased the smallest/cheapest yellow wheels I could find on Ebay. I found some perfect 52mm croc yellow wheels and designed the frame around them.
There really wasn't any other reason for cantilevering the wheels besides making them look "aesthetically pleasing". My main inspiration came from the expensive manufactured freeline skate designs, and the fact that the double supported design didn't look as cool. I was also curious to see how the material would hold up. I tend to over engineer most things.
It was relatively simple to CAD up quickly. Thankfully, I still have access to CSAIL's waterjet.
After cutting them out, I drilled and tapped the holes, and assembled them with 6-32 socket cap screws.
Because the wheels are cantilevered, they aren't perfectly parallel (making riding a bit trickier). After extensive use, the supports have bent a little but not as significantly as I'd imagined. This design was mostly a quick prototype to get some orbit wheels on putz quickly. I'd like to use the MITERS CNC to make a more durable shiny pair.