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The vinyl-cutter needs a roll spool holder #23

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amcewen opened this Issue Sep 27, 2014 · 4 comments

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amcewen commented Sep 27, 2014

For smooth operation of the vinyl cutter you need the roll of vinyl to be able to spool and unspool freely.

We should laser-cut or 3D print two stands for a length of threaded rod, to hold the roll of vinyl.

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Thingomy Nov 8, 2014

Alpha version produced, it's sitting next to the vinyl cutter -- comments welcome -- it's still not finalised, I'm planning to tweak it a little then cut a second half and pva the bits some time soon.
Large hole is m8, intended to take a long m8 bolt and end up with a 608 bearing on the end.
4 sheets of wood used so far -- do we need to account for these?

Thingomy commented Nov 8, 2014

Alpha version produced, it's sitting next to the vinyl cutter -- comments welcome -- it's still not finalised, I'm planning to tweak it a little then cut a second half and pva the bits some time soon.
Large hole is m8, intended to take a long m8 bolt and end up with a 608 bearing on the end.
4 sheets of wood used so far -- do we need to account for these?

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Thingomy Nov 15, 2014

It's basically finished, but I'm going to leave this open for a few weeks as I'm not completely sure the current solution is ideal. Call it beta testing. Suggestions or ideas are welcome.

Thingomy commented Nov 15, 2014

It's basically finished, but I'm going to leave this open for a few weeks as I'm not completely sure the current solution is ideal. Call it beta testing. Suggestions or ideas are welcome.

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@Thingomy given it's been in beta for over a year without any complaints, do you reckon we can call this done? :-)

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amcewen commented Jan 4, 2016

@Thingomy given it's been in beta for over a year without any complaints, do you reckon we can call this done? :-)

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@amcewen, as your comment has been in beta for nearly two years without complaint, I'm saying yes :)

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DoESsean commented Dec 14, 2017

@amcewen, as your comment has been in beta for nearly two years without complaint, I'm saying yes :)

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