On this page I'm going through what is my final project and what processes I used, BOM, and I link to the documentation for the weeks where I made something for my final project.
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Please visit Computer Controlled Machining where I designed and made the desk that is my final project.
Here are the download files for this assignment, it includes the Rhino file for creating the toolpath with RhinoCAM and the resulting .nc G-CODE files. It doesn't include the original Rhino file with the design in it as it is 17.2MB.Download all files
Please visit Networking and Communications to see how I linked my ESP32 board which controls the pump to my Raspberry Pi that hosts a Node-RED instance.
It displays data about the soil moisture, temperature in the city and light data.
The Raspberry Pi is (safely) open to the world so that the pump can be controlled from anywhere.
Please see my 13. Invention, Intellectual Property & Income to understand why I chose Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International as licensing rights. Below a little teaser.
This essential contribution from designers, the broadness of the idea and the integration of other projects is why I’ve decided to go for a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license which allows everybody to do what they feel like with my project. The license says: