Commit 7bc3152d authored by Jake Read's avatar Jake Read

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# Machine Mayhem 2019
Monday, Monday Monday!
## Kits
#### Hardware Kit
Type | Size | QTY | Where Used | Vendor | PN / Link
--- | --- | --- | --- | --- | ---
Acrylic | 3/16" 12x24" | 4 |
'Tough' PLA | - | 1 |
Shoulder Bolts | 5x10xM4 | 4 | Pulleys | McMaster | 92981A030
Shoulder Bolts | 5x6xM4 | 32 | Rollers | McMaster | 92981A146
Bearing Shims | 5x10x0.5mm | 64 | - | McMaster | 98089A331
Heat-Set M4 Tapered Inserts | M4 | 50 | - | McMaster | 94180A351
Heat-Set M3 Tapered Insert | M3 | 200 | - | McMaster | 94180A331
M3 SHCS | 10mm Long | - | - | McMaster | 91292A113
M3 SHCS | 14mm Long | - | - | McMaster | 91292A027
M3 SHCS | 20mm Long | - | - | McMaster | 91292A027
M3 Washers | - | - | - | McMaster | 93475A210
625ZZ Bearings | 5x16x5mm | 50 | - | VXB | [link](https://www.vxb.com/20-625ZZ-Shielded-5mm-Bore-Diameter-Miniature-p/625zz20.htm) or McMaster 6153K113
20T or 16T GT2 Pulley | 10mm or Wider, 5mm Bore | 4 | - | Amazon or SDP/SI | [Amazon Link](https://www.amazon.com/uxcell-Aluminum-Timing-Synchronous-Printer/dp/B072M2CM1W/)
10mm (or 9mm) Wide GT2 Belt | Find Steel-Core for Stiffness! | 5m | - | Amazon or SDP/SI | [Amazon Link](https://www.amazon.com/BALITENSEN-Black-Timing-Printer-Machine/dp/B07F2X236H/)
#### Electrical Kit
Thing | QTY | Vendor | PN / Link
--- | --- | --- | ---
PSU-24-350 | 1 | MeanWell | [Amazon](https://www.amazon.com/LRS-350-24-Switching-Supply-350-4W-115Vac/dp/B07RF38JXK)
NEMA17 | 4 | - | [Amazon](https://www.amazon.com/Zyltech-Stepper-Motor-Connector-Printer/dp/B01GNAGJI2/)
## Designs
[This Gantry](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/rctgantries/tree/master/gantries/n17_linearPinion) can be 3D Printed and Laser-Cut from Delrin (nice) or Acrylic (OK, but brittle). This will get a small update for MW2019.
![rct](n17_linearPinion_partsCallout.jpg)
![pip](2019-10-30_pip.png)
This machine is in development. It's 12x12x12" and very cute, and should be afternoon-or-two buildable. Enough 'kit' will be available to complete either (1) one of these or (2) up to four generic axis.
![pip-head](2019-10-28_pip-head.png)
## Electronics
We have routers, steppers, and modules:
![allup](2019-10-30_mw-boards.jpg)
A kit will contain 3 motors (already wired), a router, and ah PSU w/ some help (bypass caps, power entry / fuse / switch).
![psu](2019-10-30_mw-psu.jpg)
This module breaks out the SAMD51 to an easily fab-class-manufacturable circuit pitch, and runs the same dataflow controller that will make machine operation happen.
![module](2019-10-30_mw-module.jpg)
## Controllers
It's [squidworks](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/squidworks/squidworks) all the way down.
Working examples for complete machines (from CAM to Control) will be up and running. [cuttlefish](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/squidworks/cuttlefish) is an environment for the browser: writing new JavaScript, testing, debugging it, is as easy as web programming. [ponyo](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/squidworks/ponyo) is the same in spirit, and builds / loads using a USB bootloader on commonly available IDEs and toolchains, but might require a bit more know-how to wrangle.
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