by Lena Hagenauer
I have tried to integrate as many of the manufacturing processes we learned during the fabacademy into my system.
I designed my 3D printed parts all with Fusion 360 just like the 2D sketches for the cutting, milling, laisern. I also used incskape to further refine the design.
I have designed different parts for my robot system 3D and printed with our Up Mini 2 printers with ABS. The main block I glued together with acetone.
For my final project I designed 7 boards with Eagle. Of course you can also use other boards.
I milled the transport box for my robot system with a CNC milling machine and the Shaper tool.
To close the open parts in the transport box I cut nuntesAcryl with the LAiser cutter. Furthermore I also created the templates for the thermoforming in the same way.
So that the small parts do not get lost in the big box I have thermoformed individual boxes.
To controll the Robots you can attach diffrent circuits I designt. Either an atmega or attiny is mountetd. the boards comunicate via I2C to each other. The main Board recognize the conectet actor and senspr boards by thier ID.
To let the robter drive on different test tracks I created parcoure with the Veniy cutter.
The total costs for a set therefore amount to approx 150€
|3D printed parts||ABS/PLA||TierTime UP ABS||50€|
|Magnets||Magnets||Magnets 5x5x5 mm||20€|
|Electronic||Platse, LED, Resistors, ICs, etc||Reichelt & Conrad||50€|
|Electronic||I2C Oled, LED Matrize||Reichelt||50€|
|Robot home||Wood, acryle & screws etc||fablab||30€|