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.
Worked on Mobile Unit part acquisition, Mobile Unit steering and suspension drawings and models, but mostly focused on electronics for the Mill Module...read more
Off the project this week - no update (although I did work on Mobile Unit steering and suspension a couple times.. 😉 )read more
Having completed the mechanical parts, now all the minor "fit-n-finish" work to iron out any little bugs, binding, mis-alignments, scratches, etc, etc, etc... can be found and resolved, and all the components for the electrical and electronic systems can be brought...read more