Commit d5519383 authored by Jake Read's avatar Jake Read

touchup

parent c8da9164
# Machine Week # Machine Week
## Intro
*Machines in a week* *Machines in a week*
*It's easy, so to speak* *It's easy, so to speak*
*In minutia is mayhem* *In minutia is mayhem*
...@@ -312,9 +310,6 @@ I ended up doing this a second time, with a better toolpath and a bigger bite. ...@@ -312,9 +310,6 @@ I ended up doing this a second time, with a better toolpath and a bigger bite.
![milling-second-face](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/milling-second-face.jpg) ![milling-second-face](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/milling-second-face.jpg)
![pic](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/pic.jpg)
### Doing the Milling ### Doing the Milling
![milling teeth](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/milling-teeth.gif) ![milling teeth](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/jakeread/machineweek/raw/master/images/milling-teeth.gif)
...@@ -403,13 +398,13 @@ Now draw the rest of the owl ...@@ -403,13 +398,13 @@ Now draw the rest of the owl
## Plugging in Motors ## Plugging in Motors
I made no concessions for wiring while I was designing - if you're going to 'rev' the machine I did, please do this! If not, do a bit of planning for your wiring. Just a bit. This part tends to be super-stochastic... My strategy is to drill holes where I want to mount wires, and loop zip-ties around them, in bundles, there. I made no concessions for wiring while I was designing - if you're going to 'rev' the machine I made, please do this! If not, it pays to do a tiny bit of planning for your wiring. Keep in ind wires have to move. This part tends to be best detailed in-situ... My strategy is to drill holes where I want to mount wires, and loop zip-ties around them, in bundles, there.
I got lucky and had accidentally spaced my bed-rails at the pitch of some mount holes on the Power Supply. Rad. I got lucky and had accidentally spaced my bed-rails at the pitch of some mount holes on the Power Supply. Rad.
I mounted those, and the TinyG. To bring power to the PSU, I cut up a DIN connector and plugged the GND, Line and Neutral lines in. I mounted those, and the TinyG. To bring power to the PSU, I cut up a DIN connector and plugged the GND, Line and Neutral lines in.
The TinyG gets power here - polarity should be obvious. Obviously, you should be being safe and not turning anything off yet! Careful with the TinyG polarity - it will die if you reverse these. The TinyG gets power here - polarity should be obvious. You should be being safe and not turning anything <strike>off</strike> on yet! Careful with the TinyG polarity - it will die if you reverse these.
Next, I drilled some holes in the chassis for my motor wires. I also found this rad 4-conductor cable in the basement at the CBA, I'll use that to route out to my motors. Next, I drilled some holes in the chassis for my motor wires. I also found this rad 4-conductor cable in the basement at the CBA, I'll use that to route out to my motors.
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# To Do # To Do
- Link to Fusion 360 w/ cleaned Cam files - Link to Fusion 360 w/ cleaned Cam files
- Finish / Fix Loose Footnotes
to be linked - dan gelbart - Link extra resources: Dan Gelbart, Slocum etc
talk about resolution vs. accuracy - repeatability vs absolute accuracty - global vs. local resolutions - Chat aboot resolution vs. accuracy, global / local etc
- w/r/t *True Level* - Everything is crooked... lambs to the cosmic slaughter
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