Introduction: Wave Plotter
We were asked to provide a sound wave protester. Angles: 0, 90, 180, 270, 360 °.
Some definitions you may want to know:
The principle of superposition: when it changes
Calculate wavelength, time, and frequency using the following sine: wavelength = 2pi (m) time = 1 / frequency = 1 / 2pi
Sound Wave plotter
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Step 1: Fabrication
- First, you need to use the lab machines to fabricate parts. The machines we used are a 3D Printer and a CNC Machine. Here are the parts and their diameters
Step 2: The Arm
This picture shows the arm of the machine. You will need to use solid works to design it and a 3D Printer to make it
Step 3: Fitting
Next up, after designing the arm you will need to start making the fitting. You will need to follow the dimensions
Step 4: Pen Holder Handle
And for the third part, you will need to make the pen holder handle
Step 5: Pen Holder
- After that, you will need to design the pen holder using solid works and 3D printer to print it it
Step 6: The Plate or the Base of the Machine
Next, you will need to design the base with the giving dimensions. and save file dxf
Step 7: The Rotary
Finally, you will need to design the rotary or the disk and 3D printer print it
Step 8: Assembly
How to Bild it?
Step 9: Final Prototype
this was our final prototype result which was success