Jerry de Vos
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I’m sorry but your right it is not in the download pack anymore, I will later add a How-to with the required files.
But since you want to get started as quickly as possible i uploaded the files to my drive 🙂 https://drive.google.com/open?id=1I6dJtjx3SHH9rYF3vkcv602ZtAwAoGdM
This is lit! 🔥
Surprising to see that you get enough resolution with the current brightness sensor. And next step would be distinguishing additives within the plastic I guess?
Anyways, keep up the good work 💪
and I am happy to help 🙂
When I originally drew the 3D model for the iPhone case I did take into account the shrinkage of different polymers. The first mould was milled with a 3% oversizing. But when producing the cases there was a lot of play around the phone. This is why I uploaded a 1% oversized 3D model. Others who have since then milled the mould did not have that problem. Did you measure if your mould has the same dimensions as the 3D model?
Ah perfect, no problem!
I think it is mostly because these sensors are accurately calibrated to known sources and have other sensors (temp hum etc. ) to ensure the quality
I made the mould mould for the iPhone 8 case
I can draw the mould for the iPhone XS for 800 euro
and mill the mould for another 800 🙂
Kind regards, Jerry ✌
Im looking into a way to indicate the amount of VOC’s in the air
planning to use the CCS811 sensor together with an arduino.
Will update a bit
@dirkvanvroeger made a cool topic about auto reversing a shredder
Great work already 💪
I found the github repo a bit difficult to read to I have it a remake, it should be merged by now, maybe it is handy to mention the repo in the original post so people can easily find it.
I haven’t looked into the code but I like all the comments in there, makes it a lot more readable 😀
Earlier you asked about the connectors, here is a link with background on board-to-wire connectors. http://tech.mattmillman.com/info/crimpconnectors/
You are right about the earth wiring
The polarity of the live and neutral doens’t matter,
Nice work guys! keep it up 😀
HOW I MADE IT
1. I used a simple beer can as a initial mould for to melt the plastic in
2. Turned the result to dimension
3. Turned the other parts
3. Added the electronics (scematics should be online in a week)
4. Uploaded the code (should also be online in a week)
5. Enjoy my creation!
What is the black square in the middle?
Do you know what type of thermocouple you used? a K-type?
Wrong, you don’t need a vent, that is only the case if you have a two stage extrusion screw, which is currently not the case.
Sound very interesting!
Keep us updated 🙂
Mould files are in the download pack:
5.create -> iPhone 7-8 mould -> STEP files 😀
😳wow, that’s quite bad…
Couldn’t imagine that PLA would be able to break the shaft, Thanks for sharing!
Hi, sorry I didn’t reply earlier but I was on holiday..
Better late than never, I know there are still coins at PP HQ, but I think dave took it out of the bazar cause he is in 🇵🇹.
Did Anne already fix the problem or are you still in search of a coin?
Great to see the CNC service offering!
You can go thinner but then you need more force to inject it, now we already need 2 persons so then i would suggest to change te machine so you can apply more injection force
For music you can also look at: https://no-lick.com/
every week 5 new songs to use, but not really categorized.
Also youtube has a free audio lib 🙂