S.A.M. Spring Aided Machining (CNC With Adhesive Remover)
by：QY Precision 2019-09-21
S. A. M. Spring auxiliary processing ( CNC with solvent Is a school program designed by three architectural students in CCA, San Francisco: Matt Bodick, abrino Robles, and Tim HenshawPlath. (www. cca. edu) The machine is able to quickly prototype and create subtraction templates that can be used for casting materials. The machine was designed according to instructions from Jason Kelly Johnson and Michael Hilo in the creative construction machinery class, down 2013. Technically, this is a process of change, keeping the material mass, the global increase in density, while the volume decreases. The first step is laser cutting 1/4 acrylic frame. This should include a rigid stable truss that spans the required length width. Our width is 2 feet and our height is 5 feet. The second step is to establish the basic 1/2 plywood frame as the basis for the acrylic frame. The third step is to connect the 3/8 threaded rod through the plywood foundation and connect the acrylic frame using a laser cut acrylic sheet or a simple zipper. 3D spring model that can be printed with PLA. Make sure you design a center hole that is wide enough to allow the caries glue to remove the tube that passes through. The spring should have 4 small holes that form a square, north, east, and South, to allow the thread to connect the spring and the motor. If it is difficult to access a 3D printer, a file can be sent to the online ordering company shapeway to print the spring. (www. shapeways. com) The first step is to connect the two motors to the acrylic frame. These motors should be horizontal and symmetrical to each other. The second step is to connect a set of knobs to the end of each stepping motor with a fixing screw. These are the wires that pull the spring. The third step is to connect a DC motor reciprocating pump at the top of the acrylic frame. The fourth step is to twist the plastic thread from the motor knob to the bottom of the spring. Contact and close this connection with jewelry brad. Step 5, insert a fuel line of 1/2 from the pump to the center of the spring to the end. We use Arduino Uno (www. ardunio. cc) And four-step machine sheid that can be purchased from www. sparkfun. ComThe First step is to create a rod that can connect two strong wheels to the motor. We use 1/2 steel bars. The second step is to twist a hole a at the end of the rod to allow the motor to enter the hollow shaft. On the outside of the rod is a fixed screw drill, which is fixed on the motor. The third step is to fix a set of metal sides on the rod using additional fixing screws. The first step is to get a standard glass mud tile tank with a removable screw cover. The second step is to drill holes on the lid and attach brass hose fittings. The third step is to attach the fuel line to the brass fittings. The first step is to upload the Firefly Firmata \"four steps\" script to Arduino Uno (via USB computer connection (www. Flight Experiment. com) The second step is to create and load the grasshopper script through Rhino 3D. (www. rhino3d. com, www. grasshopper3d. com) This is simple to use the evauluate curve command. From the beginning of drawing the curve, the curve becomes a tool- The path to the end of spring. The change of X and Y coordinates is converted into the number of steps per step motor ( Left step, right step and wheel step motor. Use the Firefly four-step component) The third step is to calibrate the grasshopper control with a digital slider to adjust the steps to move in the X, Y direction. Draw a base grid square on a flat sheet of about 16x16 inch and place it under the spring. Slide the left x motor to see how many steps can be converted to 1 inch, 5 inch and 10 inch. Then, calibrate your grasshopper script by comparing the drawing effect of the machine against the curve drawn in grasshopper. Draw a base line in grasshopper for evaluation and adjust the number of steps until the printed curve matches the curve drawn on the computer. The first step is to load the hard Bubble insulation board onto the platform between the two wheels that squeeze the material onto the machine. The second step is to fill the Mason glass container with adhesive remover at the top of the machine. We use low VOC, adhesive remover for \"citrus strips. Can be purchased from Amazon www. amazon. Often found in the local hardware store. The third step is to start the grasshopper firefly script to start the milling process. The first step is to set up a work area for pouring plaster. The second step is to put the reinforcement in the center of the minus area for reinforcement purposes. The third step is to mix the plaster with water until it is ready to be poured and then poured into the mold. The fourth step is to wait until the plaster has been cured and can be removed from the mold.