Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by AKMod, 24 Sep 2020.
The teasers! They don't stop! This is going to be crazy.
The current progress is still in progress, please continue to pay attention!
Hope it's crazy in the end! hahaha...
3D printing and re-drawing is completed, a total of 32 parts are divided and printed.
Print with SLA
It takes about 12 days to complete it
1:1 ratio presentation
Mantis Blade 770mm
Arm connection palm 600mm.
Acrylic 5mm light guide RGB strip.
Perform detailed 3D drawing, which will include CNC, lathe, and laser cutting processing.
Check the concept of the countertop design, Will combine with Mantis Blades.
That is nuts!
You have me thinking some crazy design choices.
Use 20mm thick acrylic, 850mm X 500mm size as the deconstruction table
Repair countertops will include integrated distribution plates.
The construction part needs double-sided processing, and the D5 pump is below.
Not to be outdone by anyone, you decide to use the entire sheet of plastic.
That's a beautiful part, and an equally beautiful finish on your fixture plate.
It will not be completely transparent, there will be stacked decorative panels on it.
The second 3D printed part is complete!
Began to polish it like crazy.... #240~#600 sandpaper, after finishing, you can spray primer.
Part of the hand approximately 600mm.
The part of Mantis Blades is approximately 770mm.
Awesome. We have to watch you carefully to make sure you don't make a real cyborg arm.
Great job Goldenken
The base will be very heavy with a 20mm thick plexiglass plate with 850 x 500mm dimensions
A question, approximately, how long did it take you for 3D drawings and excellent quality printing ?
Thank you bro!
Yeah, because all the hardware will be combined on it, a stable base is needed!
The first 3D drawing took about 30 days to complete, about 90 parts, and it took 20 days to complete the printing using FDM and DLP machines.
It took 10 days to modify the original 3D drawing file for the second time, and it was changed to 32 printed parts, and it was printed in 12 days using SLA.
Good idea hahaha.....
Polishing took five days to complete it.
Because of the structural bearing problem this time, a hot melt nut was used to strengthen the fixing method.
After testing that there is no problem with the assembly, start the next step and spray the primer.
First coat of primer spraying.
After spraying, continue to fill the soil and then spray the second primer after polishing.
Btw, because there is no time to finish the spray booth!!!
So only simple homework hahaha....
That looks so much better in black...somehow.
Shadow of a hand in the window: I bet you spooked your neighbors a bit.
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