Open Source Design
The main goal for the CubeSpawn project is to add automated elements until the system can convert a file, called a “Digital Template” into a complex physical object, under autonomous, automatic control. This will serve to enable the creation of physical objects from designs created in Makerverse, so that robots created and tested entirely in the simulated labs can be brought into the physical world.
The initial system consists of 600mm (about 2 ft) aluminum t-slot framed cubes, but the system will scale up to larger, and down to smaller sizes.
So Here is a little alternative thinking to prime those among you ready for it: lots of blather in FaceButt and elsewhere about "changing the system" The Transition" "RBE" etc. But really, its more subtle than you think: Case in point: I need maybe 6-7 tons of crushed...read more
Started Drawing the Wire Routing parts for the Mill Module this week, and Setup one of the CubeSpawn 3D printers to produce the parts: Got 2 of the 4 parts printed (the second part was still printing as I left Friday) The Blue Parts will be 3D printed Printing...read more
Lots of little details on the Mill Module this week, and I updated the CubeSpawn Mechanical Repository on Github with models for the basic parts of the system. https://github.com/CubeSpawnParts/625_CubeSpawn-2019read more