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A project log for 3D Printed Robot Actuator

A high speed and high torque robotic actuator using low-cost brushless motors, custom controller, 3D printed parts and bearings.

Paul GouldPaul Gould 03/15/2021 at 17:253 Comments

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Simon Merrett wrote 03/16/2021 at 07:16 point

Ah, glad to see you tip out your "box of learning" on to the table in this video. It looks much less populated than my boxes of learning! 

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dekutree64 wrote 03/16/2021 at 08:09 point

lol, I've got a decent pile saved up as well. I wonder if regular recycle bin collection can take 3D prints if you pack them in a box and label it with the type of plastic. It would be nice if a retail chain that sells 3D printer goodies like Microcenter would offer filament reprocessing for a similar price per kg as buying new. Would be a good way to share a single grinder/extruder setup among the city, and attract more shoppers too.

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Paul Gould wrote 03/17/2021 at 16:59 point

I had been keeping all of my errors. Now I do a through-out every month. Yes it is a pity they can not be recycled locally.

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