Machine Sketching

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Extrusion Machine [beta]

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Extrusion Machine [final]

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Wiring Arduino to ‘SMAKN TB6600’ Motor Driver

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‘Z Control’

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Timing Belt Pulley is mounted to stepper in center of machine  Carriage is linked to an open timing belt  Timing belt pulley is fastened and tightened through adjusting the frame



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Architectural Idea

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Jig Aggregation

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References

 

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New HMA/Wax Extruder

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Iteration 01

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 The artifact changes the orientation of the axis it rotates about A wheel rotates the artifact inside of another wheel allowing for a full 360 movement. The extruder is located on the innermost wheel and balances itself with weights.  The artifact changes the orientation of the axis it rotates about

 

Iteration 02

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The disk which rotates the jig has  variable disks within it.  The artifact is made up in various stages, creating nested spaces and a more interesting section.  Each variable disk has a different drive wheel, allowing the motor to change which jig its spinning, creating nested jigs.

Iteration 03

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A simple repeated module is aggregated in order to encapsulate space. The axis which rotates the spindle from which the artifact spins is rocked back and forth around 320 degrees A drive wheel is placed outside of a semi-circle, allowing for extruded material to cover most of the artifact.

 

Iteration 04

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A simple repeated module is aggregated in order to encapsulate space. The axis which rotates the spindle from which the artifact spins is rocked back and forth around 320 degrees A drive wheel is placed outside of a semi-circle, allowing for extruded material to cover most of the artifact.


      

 


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 fiber-board carriage drill holder/ trigger compressor

 

Update: “It’s time to get another source of power; lets throw a motor on that” – Rod

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Gearbox

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In order to increase the speed of our 5 rpm AC Snychronous Motor, we designed a rudimentary gearbox. It gives us the ability to change the size-diameter cog spinning on the motor, thereby changing the speed of the rotating artifact. The cogs are 3D printed, whereas the base is CNC-milled. results:

+ the CNC file was a straight-forward easy cut

+The 3D-printed cogs ended up being welded onto the scaffolding and will have to be either reprinted or laser-cut

 

 

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+ The digital temperature controller opens the circuit when the temperature passes a certain point, thereby maintaining a max temperature.

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+ The power-supply wire kept popping out (zikes!) so we used hot-glue to enforce the connection.

 


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