Use the Source, Luke

A project log for Arcus-3D-P1 - Pick and Place for 3D printers

Open source, mostly 3D printable, lightweight pick and place head for a standard groove mount

Daren SchwenkeDaren Schwenke 04/23/2018 at 08:520 Comments

I haven't read the fine print, but I see other users who are participating in the 2018 Open Hardware design challenge telling their followers to un-like and re-like their projects.  There must be a reason..

So please un-like, and then re-like this project if you want to see this project move forward.

I still have zero time right now as I'm moving in 7 days  and been busy packing up a huge house with 2 multi-discipline hackers living in it.  At the same time I've had to setup our RV for living/working.

Needed to add some shielding here (the aluminum screen) to keep the inside and outside cellular antennas from feeding back and causing the amplifier to shut down.  Eventually I hope to document everything about it, but right now it just has to work.

Moving and RV setup have been mind bogglingly huge tasks and have been going on for months now.  The end is drawing nigh though, so now I really need to focus.

Still, I took the time to make a new Github, assign a license, and upload the hardware source for exactly what I've been using.

It still also contains the source for the C1 as well as I haven't had the time to invest to split it up and document some of it yet, but hey... it's out there now.  When a 'Hey, I wonder...' project evolves into something public, things can get messy so don't judge.  :)

Let me know if you think that the rendered stl files should accompany it.