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3D Printed Bearing with Driven Miter Gear
Thanks, you rock
matt3333, I've updated the zip file to include step files and the original Creo/Pro Engineer file.
3d Printed Bearing
Is it possible to upload the original files? (or step files) That would be even more helpful and awesome.
Arduino DRV 2667 Haptic Piezo Driver Control
How quite is it?
Simple Tesla Coil
DC Motors-Part 1/3: Continuous, Gear, Servo, Brushless and Coreless, Vibration, and Stepper, A Tutorial
3D Printing RC Servo Splines (Hitec HS-645MG)
Wow it is amazing....
Thomas,Any chance you'll share your Eagle files? I'd like to order a solder mask from OSH and would like to play around with adding an inexpensive wifi module.
Thomas,Any chance you would share your Eagle files? I'd like to order a solder mask from OSH. I'd also pondering adding an inexpensive wifi module.
DIY Soft Robotic Tentacle
I successfully printed it many times on my Ultimaker2 using a 0.4mm nozzle, but both PLA and ABS ripped at the spline teeth every time. The Hitec horns are made of nylon. Is nylon less breakable or do you think I printed it incorrectly? I have been 3D printing indentations to incorporate genuine hitec horns by screwing them to my prints. Now I am using 9380TH servos, lifting 36 kg and even the nylon teeth are ripping. PLA and ABS don't seem to stand a chance, unless you know something I don't. Are you rotating tiny light objects or are you able to hold heavier objects and move them back and forth quickly? Which plastic do you use and nozzle size?
in progress of making it - simplified version with help of paolo!the 3d printing is very rough and the motor underpowered but you can see it´s starting to go in the right directionhttps://www.instagram.com/p/BDGiMRgGKoy/?taken-by=...
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