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3D-print at low costs - this time a Pitbull

Discussion in 'Life, the Universe and Everything' started by Jamira, Oct 5, 2017.

  1. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    NooooooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
     
  2. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    Wait that should be,... NooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooOOOOOOOOooooooooooooo (proper entropia styley)
     
  3. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    I guess you on Pause for the Avatars right?
     
  4. Jamira

    Jamira Samurai Girl

    At the moment I have a job as engineer for a customer. For two or three weeks. So more or less everything is frozen. But you are right: I will continue with avatars if I'm not too lazy at the evening.
     
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  5. Be as lazy as you like. No rush here.
     
  6. San

    San

  7. Jamira

    Jamira Samurai Girl

    Yep, this is really another field than my Pitbull at one hand. At the other hand it overlaps my theme: to give rein to something. Download content, print it and use it. Probably modify it before printing. We are far away from this. But we are on the right course. A 3d-printer should be as normal as a microwave to everyone's home.

    The example you mentioned is very special. Probably I could print the parts. But I couldn't build all the electronics, not to speak about coding the software. And tbh I don't need such a hand so far. Not many of "normal" folks are in need of it. But they do pay a lot of money for simple replacements. What if manufacturer would offer 3d-data of replacements for low costs?

    Half a year ago I printed the first full dental prostheses for my own mouth. My dentist made a stiff and aggravating one. I didn't like it. I asked a former colleague to make a 3d-scan from it and modified it with my CAD. Than I printed it with flexible material. That was already way more pleasant than the original. The dentist mentioned, it wouldn't last very long. Well, who cares? I could print a new one. Or ten of it for vacation ...

    But I don't want to wear plastic parts in my mouth at all. So I canceled the project.
     
    Last edited: Nov 24, 2017
  8. San

    San

    That would be my part, if I was equipped and motivated to pick up the hobby again. Ah, taking up the soldering iron again... can the boards be printed now? It was always a mess with the etching chemicals. Was just mentioning it here because I think this is really interesting stuff which will take us on a big leap forward, to borrow a term. Playing around with it to gather knowledge and experience is far from useless.
     
  9. Jamira

    Jamira Samurai Girl

    Well, I've checked the store of Youbionic's website:
    upload_2017-11-25_22-0-57.
    Printing files hand: 149 Euro
    10x actuator: 550 Euro
    What about the sensors and the support for the single hand?
    Regarding boards:

    No clue if this will be functional.

    But I agree with you: such things will change our life dramatically in near future.
     
    Last edited: Nov 25, 2017
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  10. Wistrel

    Wistrel Kick Ass Elf

    One of the things I have permanently on my "list of fun projects to try" is to try and make a robotic hand. Starting with home made bend sensors. I've had the tutorial bookmarked forever.

    Sadly this is so far down the list now... maybe when I retire or get too sick to work.
     
  11. Colors and brushes arrived today.
    I guess Ill start around the weekend.

    I will need 20 of these cars to use up all the colors x'D

    Maybe Ill start with the drone as well...but 1st Ill get deeper into deeptoken ;D

    syndicate colors.
     
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  12. It was easy with photoshop btw. ;p

    !syndicate car colors ingame666.
     
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  13. Very very cool!!
     
  14. Jamira

    Jamira Samurai Girl

    Probably we can print stamps from flexible material for the sign and the text.
     

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