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Scratch Build – In Progress Puddidium235 - 6-29-I Made -A- Part

Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Cheapskate, 13 Nov 2019.

  1. ifohancroft

    ifohancroft Member

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    Man.. subbing to threads doesn't help. I need to keep them in open tabs and read the updates. I just read this one but I can't remember anything from before :D Looking at the variety of parts you are showing, this is definitely going to be a fun build.

    Nice road sign btw!
     
  2. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    :D Sorry to confuse you.

    Someone get my parade permit. I did some electronics stuff...and it worked!
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    -Strip rulers with a strong magnet under the tray is great for solder clamping.
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    -Anyone wanna check my math? -Should be 2800ohm.
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    -Egad, what a snug fit. I added a goop of hot glue in the middle to avoid shorting.
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    -I just finished plugging these in and giving them a spin...successfully. :eeek: So I have the motor part done. No pic of the inside of the connectors because getting them together is like changing a lightbulb while balancing on the back of your cat. -I suck at analogies.
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    -I do like how 80/20 pack. The insides were divided by paper and wrapped tight with packing cellophane. When I cut the cello, I thought I heard that noise a Coke makes.
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    -OK, I have frame. I just gotta get some stuff to put it together. I had a wad of 1/2" square nuts, but it turns out I need to grind a bevel on the edges to get them in the slots.
    I also need some motion hardware... Yeah, that stuff might be handy.
     
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  3. Canardwc

    Canardwc @French_fab_factorie

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    And what about your bending be ch with galons of hinges ?? :lol:

    If you want i can sent you some scooter wheel from my son :lol:
     
  4. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    You mock me, Sir.
     
  5. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    -OK, possible change of plans. After some suggestions from @Nealieboyee, I'm beefing the design up a little. The downside is that it triples the amount of bracket shenanigans. :lol: I still need to look into if Mach lets you flip the Y motor direction.
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    -I got a few pulley wheels cut. I got a beauty friction fit on the bearing.
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    -And here's-CAMERA! FFS! FOCUS ON THE THING IN THE FRONT!-two halves assembled with the bearings.
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    -I'm running out of this junkyard polycarb. This is supposed to be a router mounting bracket...
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    ...but she's so lose you want to use a whole can of Lysol on the car seat after taking her home. :/ I don't know what happened. I even have the micrometer reading written on the router. I'm getting really bad at that.
     
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  6. idpcmods

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    I love these tangents :grin:
     
  7. Nealieboyee

    Nealieboyee Packaging Master!

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    Mach 3 should let you flip the Y axis motor direction, no problem.
     
  8. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Thanks! :D
    Tangents are all part of the project for me.
    Thanks again . I knew you could reverse the Z, but it's kinda different. -I still gotta check since I'm getting paranoid from all the mistakes I'm making.
     
  9. Canardwc

    Canardwc @French_fab_factorie

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    YOU are a genius Man ! :happy::clap:
     
  10. Dr. Coin

    Dr. Coin Active Member

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    I fixed you post there for you.... :rolleyes:

    I came here for the case but stay for the CNC.
     
  11. Canardwc

    Canardwc @French_fab_factorie

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    It's very funny because at the begining, i wrote "insane" genius in référence to the statuts of @Cheapskate. But finally Remove it ! :lol:
     
  12. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Thanks...? :hehe:
    "Demented" might be more appropriate since it can explain all the forgetfulness. :lol: As for the genius bit, that is just my 'dramatic role' on the internet.
    -I did some forensic math. The router is roughly 1.5", and the part is 1.75". So I can chalk this one up to the dyslexia. I've been using the wrong quarter-division of an inch since I started cutting boards as a wee thing.
     
  13. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    Returning once again with the new nickel/dime posting format:
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    -So I made some new router mounts, and deliberately made them undersized. The micrometer was telling me it was slightly oblong, so I went with the median where it was supposed to be. I definitely didn't want another oversize part, after all.
    What you are seeing above is a bracket clamped down for modification. (Don't judge my clamping. Toilet t-slot bolts, paint sticks, and tile spacers work very well.)
    I had to cut slots near the base to relax the clamping a bit. I could get the router in the part, but the base was bowing. SNUG.
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    -You can see by the hack-sawed lugs that she was SUPER snug. I added some set screws and plan to add screws to the lugs, but I doubt it needs any more SNUGNESS.
    Now for some more household archaeology finds...
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    -I found my Dad's old computer textbooks. I thought you might be amused. -Also I need to pad my post a bit. :/
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    -What?
    Anyway, I managed to pull the trigger on the Chinese parts. Let's all anxiously await their arrival... in a couple of months. :worried:
     
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  14. Mr_Mistoffelees

    Mr_Mistoffelees The Cat Lies Down on Broadway

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    Chinese parts? Does Trump still let those in?
     
  15. Cheapskate

    Cheapskate Insane? or just stupid?

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    I expect I'll be the recipient of a nasty tariff.
     
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