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Iron Man Armor Mark 42

Using tech to make Iron man's armor.

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Ever wanted an Iron man suit? Well I have news for you. This project is to create the suit you all love. . This will have EDFs for flight, a Jarvis from Jasper, a self learning code, and many other databases. This will be capable of a 100 percent functional suit. If I need to finish it, I will need your vote.

The world gets darker as we know it. As more violence comes with 21st century criminals, justice needs a makeover. This can be used for anti-terrorism, keeping criminals in bound, military, and other protection ways. This uses state of the art tech to get rid of crime as quickly and efficiently as possible before something happens. This would be world changing, because governments on the verge of getting destroyed by crime and terrorist cells like Al-Queda and Isis will be controlled and eliminated. Crime will quickly get lower as those that see the suit get discouraged and those that don't or still want to fight faces it's wrath.

**Crime chart**


There can also be new forms of flight, weaponry, and an all new look at tech from this.

If not, this can also be used for science advancement. Also, I don't know if you realized this, but it's an Iron man suit. A frigging' iron man suit. C'mon guys.

It can even be used for medical purposes!

**Link to Github: https://github.com/thekidtonystark/Forearm-Launcher**

Questions asked:

What is it exactly? It is an Iron man suit.

What are the practical uses for it? It is used for crime. It can also be used for medical emergency and scientific advancement.

How does it stop crime? It uses data like criminal records, backgrounds and other things like that to predict crime.

Who will use it? I don't know. A general maybe?

You're a 12 year old tryin to make something groups of scientists can't make. Why do you think this is possible? It all depends on how you look. Sometimes, the awnser is so simple, it is hidden in plain sight.


  • 1 × 3d printer
  • 1 × EVA plastic Blue
  • 2 × Arduino Uno A type of motherboard
  • 2 × Servos
  • 20 × Steel sheets You need a lot. A
  • 2 × Kydex A material that bends when heated
  • 2 × Ultrasonic sonars
  • 1 × Servo tester
  • 1 × Wire
  • 1 × Foam Sheet (1x1 ft) Goes around solid rocket engine

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  • Shoulder launcher part 1

    thekidtonystark17 hours ago 0 comments

    Alright. So now that the rocket launcher is almost done, I am going to go on a few topics. The main topic is the shoulder launcher. The hardest part of this will not be the price, or the placement of servos. In fact, even the code is easier than this. What will be hard is getting the rockets to do what CGI did. In reality, making what the suit did is insane, due to what comes out of small space. Here is my plan.

    In the clip, two panels from the left and right go up and the shoulder missile home goes up in a swinging motion.

    Here is the code:

    String readString;
    #include <Servo.h> 
    Servo leftpanel, rightpanel, hookleft, hookright, cliphookupl, cliphookupr;  
    
    void setup() {
      Serial.begin(9600);
    
      //myservoa.writeMicroseconds(1500); //will do experimentation
    
      leftpanel.attach(1);  
      rightpanel.attach(2);  
      hookleft.attach(3);  
      hookright.attach(4);                                                   
      cliphookupl.attach(5);   
      cliphookupr.attach(6);  
      Serial.println("multi-servo-delimit-test-dual-input-11-22-12"); 
    void loop() {
    
    
      if (Serial.available())  {
        char c = Serial.read(); 
        if (c == ',') {
          if (readString.length() >1) {
            Serial.println(readString); 
    
            int n = readString.toInt(); 
    
           
            {
              Serial.print("writing Microseconds: ");
              Serial.println(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('1') >0) leftpanel.writeMicroseconds(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('2') >130) rightpanel.writeMicroseconds(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('3') >0) hookleft.writeMicroseconds(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('4') >0) hookright.writeMicroseconds(n);        
              if(readString.indexOf('5') >0) cliphookupl.writeMicroseconds(n); 
              if(readString.indexOf('6') >0) cliphookupr.writeMicroseconds(n);
    
            }
            else
            {   
              Serial.print("writing Angle: ");
              Serial.println(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('1') >130) leftpanel.write(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('2') >0) rihtpanel.write(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('3') >90) hookleft.write(n);
              if(readString.indexOf('4') >90) hookriht.write(n);         
              if(readString.indexOf('5') >90) cliphookupl.write(n);                 
              if(readString.indexOf('6') >90) cliphookupr.write(n);
            }
             readString=""; 
          }
        }  
        else {     
          readString += c; 
        }
      }
    
    Now obviously this a lot of work to go through before this can be put into the arduino mini, but here's a start. If anyone wants to edit and fix it, let me know.

    Here is a picture of the missile rocket housing and rocket.

    files easily found here: https://grabcad.com/library/iron-man-shoulder-missile

    Now, I will start in this buildup.

  • Exo suit (quick update)

    thekidtonystark5 days ago 0 comments

    Remember this from the last blog? If you didn't read the last blog, I suggest you do. If you did, keep reading. As I said earlier, this is a really good base for the suit, because it is flat, easily adaptable, and it is needed. To start everything off, let's start out with the gauntlet (forearm and bicep). I'm thinking of using pneumatic cylinders, and using some type of weight help in the bicep to shoulder piece. I'm trying to get a hold of this guy, so that I can talk to him about 3d files. I would then be able to get it into a format-able template to make it by hand, or just order it to be 3d printed, but I don't think it would be easy to scale for someone 6.2 (yeah im tall ). I may leave air vaults for each limb, instead of having one. This may take up space, but each limb will have extreme strength. Buying metal now.

    Just a quick update.

    From me

    Thekidtonystark

  • Forearm launcher part 6 + Flight + Exosuit + Repulsor

    thekidtonystark7 days ago 0 comments

    I wasn't able to make a video, BUT I was able to get pictures. I will show some pictures of what I have so far.

    Spring system

    At this part is the spring system. This helps with weight management when the servo goes up.

    Here is the whole system. In this, you can see (From left to right) the rocket launcher, servo control, and an arduino mini on top of an arduino uno. The servo tester is the main control for the servos. The arduino mini allows the rocket to be launched only if the servo tester is a a specific angle range. The arduino uno will be connected to all sensors and weaponry on the arm, allowing Jarvis to take control. The rocket launcher now needs a cool cover and a launch system. I also may have a circular cover for the rocket home in the launcher part.

    Now as promised, we talk about repulsors. How do repulsors work?

    As they may have no actual explanation except gravity manipulation, there are muon beams. To make this, I will need two parts. A muon generator, and a muon beam generator. To explain all of this, I must explain what a muon is.

    A muon is an extremely energetic charged particle. It can not lose energy from Ionization. They can knock off loosely bound electrons. It has no simpler buildup, and is an unstable subatomic particle. With a mass 207 times of an electron, it is less accelerated at an electromagnet field. They do not give as much decelerating radiation (since it is not continuous {the radiation} I should be fine). This allows muons to go into matter far deeper.

    Now to a generator.


    This is only a design by the Mu2E experiment, so this is gonna take some thinking. Now I could go far deeper into this topic, but I need to move on.

    For an exosuit, I am using a design by Paul Dave Malla.


    This is what I may use for a base design, because it is flat, movable, and may be easy to change. Not only would I need an exosuit to help with the suit's weight, but I also need it to help me with flight. As @James Hobson said in his iron man flight videos, the force from the EDFs would be too much for me to control it. This leads me into a new topic: flight.

    I will only tell you this. I will need a lot of EDFs, but I can successfully put it in the suit. If I have 16 (24 pound) thrust, this can lift 384 pounds. These are only main engines, and do not count the support engines (there's 6 of them) in the suit. I will not be able to move easily without an exosuit.

    Well that's all for now.

    Until next time, your favorite 12 year old:

    Thekidtonystark

  • Forearm rocket launcher inside (Part 5)

    thekidtonystark04/21/2017 at 01:55 1 comment

    So after a month of work and making a design from scratch, I finally have a rocket launcher. Well, the inside of one. I plan on adding a few more things before adding a full fledged video. I want to have a system that will have the rocket launch only if the rocket launcher is up. Also, I want efficient flight for the rocket. If it backs up, I could have it explode in my arm. Kydex may protect me from the heat, but not all the shards. If it delays, it could have terrible results, and we wouldn't want this happening:


    After doing a little math, I made up a few equations. Here are a few.

    a = acceleration

    ^ = electrical energy

    W = Weight of the suit

    * = EDF energy

    F = Force

    Diamond = Electrical energy

    g = Gravity to fly

    d = aerodynamics

    S = Suit exterior build design

    F1 = Beginning flight F2 = Middle flight F3 = End flight

    Flight beginning:

    I have about 50 equations, but these are just some basics. They give some explanations onto flight patterns, energy use, and aerodynamics. This was originally for flight, but i realized I would be able to use this into the rocket.

    I am using an Estes C6-5 solid rocket engine. The engine has a 5 second delay, a thrust of 1.6 seconds, and has 3.4 pounds of thrust. It also has a total impulse of 10.00 seconds. the lift weight is 113 grams. The rocket will decrease over time. I put in some metallic sodium and gunpowder into the rocket cone. There are no fins. As @ActualDragon said, I may want to have Co2 engines.

    The engine launcher was hot-glued then sauntered together. I will make a video of it tomorrow. I still have an inadequate energy source. What I need now is protection. Without it, things can end up gory. Thankfully, kydex takes care of the heat. It will only become more bendable as it gets heated, and won't heat my hand. It also protects my arm. For fumes, I use a tube that directs the gases to another direction.

    I now make a cover for the armor. Luckily for me, I have money from potential sponsors. As this is once a month,

    I also am going to use this in a science fair brought by my school district. It is for middle school. I hope that I win. Last year, I made a 4ft humanoid robot. Maybe I can integrate it to the suit for a sentry system.

    In related news, I may have someone to help me code. Nowadays, kids are obsessed with Social Media, and I prefer to be different. Most of the kids think i'm crazy or lying. This is because they have not tried. I like thinking freely and without boundaries. By my luck, I actually found a friend of mine's who knew how to code like me, but never bothered mentioning it. I have another who will help in the assembly of the suit, because art is his element (I'm not good at art).

    In Monday I may spray paint. I will put in Jarvis (or what I have). If everything goes as planned, I should be talking about repulsors, but going a little into exosuits and flight. I also may give a video of the launcher being tested. Keep in mind I spent a month making something from CGI (said to be "impossible") into an actual, solid prototype. Go online and you probably won't see a setup like mine's.

    (I have to stop with the Iron man memes)

    If you want to see something, let me know.

    Thanks to everyone on Hackchat!

    Well, until next time.

    -From your favorite 12 year old

    Thekidtonystark


  • Making the shell template for the rocket launcher

    thekidtonystark04/14/2017 at 16:52 0 comments

    A quick video I put on. More detailed video of what I've done coming soon. Will show the rocket launcher inside.

    Will showcase rocket launcher inside in a while.

  • Iron man HUD shopping list

    thekidtonystark03/31/2017 at 12:51 0 comments

  • Forearm Launcher Part 3

    thekidtonystark03/30/2017 at 21:09 2 comments

    After much time, sanding, cutting and gluing, I finally got a Rocket down. It is with a triple fin design and explosive when launched. Here is a picture:

    I am getting some stainless steel cut for the forearm launcher cut (by me) tomorrow or on Wednesday. I am trying to use as little coding as possible for this part. I also am deciding what color it should be (black? red and yellow?).

    As for the rocket, I am trying to take the hot glue out from the bottom. The hot glue gives the rocket a bad look. I have some schematics (not to be shown yet) for the launcher, and I will be integrating it soon. For now, I will be making the flight stabilizers and the exo suit. Things are gonna get real fun now.

  • Quick Update (Missiles, rockets, and burners

    thekidtonystark03/27/2017 at 19:18 0 comments

    I just started on making the Rocket. It will be short and may have gunpowder in it. I might use solid rocket fuel or Co2 canisters. I am 1/4 finished, and will be starting on the wings of the rocket now. I am trying to make an RFID tag and I am trying to get a burn system. I am thinking of adding a fan under, but there may be unknown cooling ways, so I have to research that. I am using a 12v for now, but I will try to use an arc reactor, altough it is dangerous since it gives off gamma.

  • Forearm Launcher Part 2

    thekidtonystark03/24/2017 at 17:12 0 comments

    In part 2, I will be explaining how I plan to get an exosuit up. This will help for Rocket compression and flight stabilization. It will also (obviously) help the suit become stronger.

    I first started out with what I would use for strength. I realized that pneumatic cylinders were the best way to go because of their works and that they won't leak liquid. I then went onto 3d modeling. I started out by using On-shape to make some CAD files. After some time, I came out with the realization to have it press down on the forearm.

    I kept in mind I still wanted the iconic look of the stabilizers inside. I will probably have the stabilizers made by 3d modeling it then putting it into pepakura, then cutting it from a steel sheet have it made. I can also just 3d print it, bit it will not be very strong. I am going into cutting the forearm rocket launcher which will look like this:

    **Schematics shown**

    The rockets will be from solid rocket engines and will need to have the flaps pop out. The kydex will stop me from getting extreme burns and the Exhaust repellent will be used to get the exhaust from shooting at me. The servo (there will be 2) will put the mechanism up and down from a servo tester.

    Lucky for me I had 2 pneumatic cylinders lying around, so right now, I am in the process of cutting everything.

  • Making the forearm launcher Part 1

    thekidtonystark03/23/2017 at 21:51 0 comments

    So I found these files online and decided to print them out. I am currently having them be printed out by a friend. To scale, I first needed to find the scale, then had to add space for electronics, padding, kydex, and other things. I am about to start cutting some steel sheets for a forearm launcher. I am also programming the motherboard for RFID tags to control everything, and trying to Bluetooth sensors to Jarvis. I continue to ask myself how to get the gauntlet to have bio-metric sensors and open/close.

    Here are some pictures of the 3d models wanted.

    A picture of the parts wanted to be 3d printed.

    **All credit given to Abb eliten for files**

    (files) http://www.therpf.com/f78/my-mk-42-build-new-stl-files-upper-arm-section-166141/?highlight=mark+42+forearm

    A want of the frame.

    **All credit given to maker from CGtrader, I do not own any of these files **

    (files)http://stlfinder.com/model/iron-man-mark-iii-forearm-frame-right-side-3d-print-model/3313851

    After this, I will start on developing the rocket systems and putting the 3d files together. I will start to also work on laser weaponry (forearm sentry, repulsor, and rocket guidance).


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thekidtonystark wrote 04/05/2017 at 17:06 point

Well I did now.

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thekidtonystark wrote 03/31/2017 at 12:27 point

Hey you guysssss

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thekidtonystark wrote 03/31/2017 at 12:28 point

and gals

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Yann Guidon / YGDES wrote 03/31/2017 at 18:48 point

Yes, women are under-represented here.

Hey I have an idea ! Make an IronGirl suit :-)

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thekidtonystark wrote 03/31/2017 at 19:24 point

I would make an iron girl suit, but all of the girls I know isn't interested in that. Plus, I have a hard time talking to girls.

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