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.
This week was focused on finishing the X, Z axis parts for the mill-cube (A small 3 axis milling machine) As you can see this has a very "mill-like" aspect to it... a lot of additional activity revolved around the external motor drivers for the mill (they are NEMA 23,...read more
This week was focused on finishing the spindle motor bracket and z axis carriage of the "Mill Module" Other efforts focused on potential partnerships with a 3D printer vendor in China, an open source hardware advocacy group, and a city scale waste management office...read more
Welcome! So happy to have the new website up and running! Still ironing out some creases but I already think it looks incredible and I hope you do too! More content coming soon, in the meantime enjoy our new brand visuals. Thanks to Patrick and James for making this...read more