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Hey, you could try fusion 360 to make the curves. The idea is to start tracing the splines on a 2D plane. Once the basic shape is formed, then start pulling/pushing the points in the third dimension. Check out this video, hope it helps!Sebastian
The pressure you can use is dictated by the properties of the materials used. In this case I was using Vero White (https://www.stratasysdirect.com/wp-content/themes/...The flow will be dictated by your pressure and the diameter of your internal tubes. Keep in mind that this was a prof of concept prototype and not a fully working comercial product. If I were to re engineer it I would do several changes.
Hmmm, not really sure. I do see what you mean about the speed, it would actually be great and I did think about it for a little bit but gave up for simplicity's sake. At some points I started thinking about electromagnets (solenoids), these could do it all since you could cycle much faster (electricity vs air). Then you don't really need to latch since you could virtually open multiple at once. The problem is that the cost skyrockets defeating the purpose. Let me know if you come up with something!
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