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Get the arcitype machine tool running and made portable on wheels #755

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goatchurchprime opened this Issue Apr 10, 2018 · 2 comments

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goatchurchprime commented Apr 10, 2018

It's in bits and under quite a bit of plaster dust.

  1. Make the remaining servo motor removable. It's stuck at the moment.

  2. Replace the encoder on that motor (it got smashed when against the door frame).

  3. Find a way to attach 3 castor wheels onto the base so it can be moved
    https://www.castors-online.co.uk/acatalog/medium-duty-160mm-wheel-castors.html

  4. Base plate as well with shelter (possibly fabric) for the electronics, with a single plug wire and single ethernet cable going in

  5. Reproducible calibration cycle that can be run as easily as a machine setup.

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goatchurchprime commented Sep 15, 2018

@magman2112 I need to get back onto this work. I'm learning FreeCAD to help me make some toolpaths on the router.

Can you give me the design of what needs to be cut out of those sheets of aluminium so I can have a go soon?

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goatchurchprime commented Dec 7, 2018

Duplicate of #795

@goatchurchprime goatchurchprime marked this as a duplicate of #795 Dec 7, 2018

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