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Author of [[The Rules of ShapeOko]].
 
Author of [[The Rules of ShapeOko]].
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Rework materials feeds and speeds page with horizontal table structure:
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SO3 1/4 | SO3 1/8 | Nomad 1/8 | SO2
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CNC notes: https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1uqRD28E_T_3h4ZR2fU-DM54-T2g3wkG8
  
 
==¼″ Drive Shaft Upgrade==
 
==¼″ Drive Shaft Upgrade==
 
*¼″ pulley
 
*¼″ pulley
 
*¼″ aluminum rod
 
*¼″ aluminum rod
*¼″ flanged bearing
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*¼″ flanged bearing (use a tapered reamer to enlarge the hole to 13/16″ so that the bearing fits directly, alternately make a bearing plate out of a dimensionally stable material such as hdPe))
*HDPE bearing plate (the central hole on the plate has since been enlarged using a tapered reamer to 13/16″ and the bearing now fits directly)
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*5mm--¼″ coupler
 
*5mm--¼″ coupler
*4 7/32" 1.5" roll pins and 4 1/2″ aluminum spacers (used as motor stand-offs) --- will eventually replace w/ 2″ roll pin
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*4 7/32″ 1.5″ roll pins and 4 ½″ aluminum spacers (used as motor stand-offs) --- will eventually replace w/ 2″ roll pin
 
*4 M3 screws 50mm long
 
*4 M3 screws 50mm long
 
*an assortment of washers
 
*an assortment of washers
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* drill new holes to rotate X and Y motors 45 degrees --- DONE!
 
* drill new holes to rotate X and Y motors 45 degrees --- DONE!
 
* drill new holes in X gantry plate to invert belt --- DONE!
 
* drill new holes in X gantry plate to invert belt --- DONE!
* use 10 1" spacers for carriage--gantry plate --- DONE! but they wouldn't fit over the nifty new bolts, so had to use pan head screws and only used 6 spacers and an assortment of washers
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* use 10 1″ spacers for carriage--gantry plate --- DONE! but they wouldn't fit over the nifty new bolts, so had to use pan head screws and only used 6 spacers and an assortment of washers
 
* enlarge motor shaft hole in Y motor plate to accommodate moving pulley to outside --- DONE! Will test and see if it needs a thrust bearing or something.
 
* enlarge motor shaft hole in Y motor plate to accommodate moving pulley to outside --- DONE! Will test and see if it needs a thrust bearing or something.
* use 1/4" music wire and 1 1/4" steel bar for Y-axis belt anchors --- DONE --- tried single track shelf wall standard instead of music wire --- didn't like it, but spare length of 1/4" aluminum rod worked,
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* use ¼″ music wire and 1 ¼″ steel bar for Y-axis belt anchors --- DONE --- tried single track shelf wall standard instead of music wire --- didn't like it, but spare length of ¼″ aluminum rod worked,
 
* use short lengths of single track shelf wall standards for X-axis belt anchors --- DONE --- but a hole needs to be enlarged --- DONE
 
* use short lengths of single track shelf wall standards for X-axis belt anchors --- DONE --- but a hole needs to be enlarged --- DONE
 
* run wiring --- DONE!
 
* run wiring --- DONE!
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** fine tip screwdriver ($4.79 @ True Value --- replaced w/ a Starrett 559B)
 
** fine tip screwdriver ($4.79 @ True Value --- replaced w/ a Starrett 559B)
 
** 8mm open end wrench ($4.99 @ Sears)
 
** 8mm open end wrench ($4.99 @ Sears)
* Make nice foam fitted tool insert for cigar box --- DESIGNED --- just need to puzzle out extruding and differencing the tools ---Puzzled out --- next CAM and milling --- DONE[[File:Wfa-shapeoko-tools.jpg|frameless|300px]]
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* Make nice fitted tool insert for cigar box --- DESIGNED --- just need to puzzle out extruding and differencing the tools ---Puzzled out --- next CAM and milling --- DONE [[File:Wfa-so-toolbox.jpg|frameless|300px]]
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* make a nicer fitted insert for the cigar box cut out of basswood and lined w/ flocking and felt --- DONE
  
 
[[File:Wfa_shapeoko_ziptie_cable-mgmnt_mk-iii.JPG|thumb|none|400px|Current state, more-or-less]]
 
[[File:Wfa_shapeoko_ziptie_cable-mgmnt_mk-iii.JPG|thumb|none|400px|Current state, more-or-less]]
 
  
 
==Alternative spindles==
 
==Alternative spindles==
  
Need to create a mount and dust shoe set-up for a Harbor Freight 1/4" trim router.
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Picked up a 1/8" Elaire Corp. collet for a Makita RT070x router --- and a router to match. Working on a mount / dust shoe: http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=3658
  
Need to mount an extruder and get it working.
 
  
Have:
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===Harbor Freight ¼″ trim router===
  
* Greg's extruder reloaded from kbot3d
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Worked up a mount and dust shoe set-up for a Harbor Freight ¼″ trim router:
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[[File:Wfa-hf-dust-shoe-parts.jpg|frameless|300px]]
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[[File:Wfa-hf-dust-shoe-mounted.jpg|frameless|300px]]
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===3D Printer Extruder===
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Mount extruder on SO1:
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* E3D Lite
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* Smoothieboard Azteeg X5 mini
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* power supply --- 24V --- buy new Meanwell, swap w/ Ordbot (and rebuild latter)
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mount an extruder:
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* Greg's Wade Reloaded Extruder (from kbot3d) -- http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:18379 http://reprap.org/wiki/Wade%27s_Geared_Extruder
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** Extruder Extender mounting plate 160mm x 80mm w/ suitably placed holes to match up w/ the Universal Spindle Mount and the extruder back plate
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* J-Head Mk V-BV 1.75mm hotend from hotends.com --- https://www.hotends.com/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=88 --- purchased from Amazon though: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EOESJC4 Notes from a review there:
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** Documentation here: http://www.tridprinting.com/Hot-Ends/
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** Semitec 104GT-2 Thermistor --- resistance 100k
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** 5 is 100K thermistor - ATC Semitec 104GT-2 (Used in ParCan & J-Head) (4.7k pullup)" ( #define TEMP_SENSOR_0 5 )
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* NEMA 17 motor w/ a body 40mm or shorter (62 oz 1.7a model?) --- CanaKit Stepper Motor with Cable --- http://www.amazon.com/CanaKit-Stepper-Motor-with-Cable/dp/B004G51AZ4/ref=pd_sxp_f_pt
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**Step Angle (degrees) :1.8
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**2 Phase
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**Rated Voltage : 12V
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**Rated Current : 0.33A
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**Holding Torque : 2.3kg*cm
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**5mm Diameter Drive Shaft
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* Kapton tape --- for wiring up the hot end
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* new controller and stepper driver shield and temperature controller --- http://www.panucatt.com/azteeg_X5_mini_reprap_3d_printer_controller_p/ax5mini.htm --- Smoothieware X5 --- older version here: http://reprap.org/wiki/Azteeg_X1
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** http://files.panucatt.com/datasheets/x5mini_wiring.pdf
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** https://www.panucatt.com/kb_results.asp?ID=1
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* Software
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** http://koti.kapsi.fi/~kliment/printrun/
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** http://www.tridprinting.com/Electronics/#AzteegX5 --- Heatsink strip (goes on the bottom) for better heat dissipation at higher currents
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Notes on wiring up a hot-end: http://numbersixreprap.blogspot.ie/2012/07/hot-end.html
  
 
Need:
 
Need:
  
* 1.75mm hotend from hotends.com.
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* Type 44 Heatsink compound
* NEMA 17 motor w/ a body 40mm or shorter (62 oz 1.7a model?)
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* alligator clips
* fan?
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* fan(s)? --- a pair of 12V fans?
* heated bed?
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* high temperature wire?
* kapton tape?
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* printing area ---  made up of two parts:
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** Thick sheet --- http://reprap.org/wiki/Thick_Sheet
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** bed material --- http://reprap.org/wiki/Bed_material#Experiments_with_PLA_on_various_bed_materials
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**heated bed?
  
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[[File:Wfa-so2-extruder-mounting.jpg|frameless|300px]]
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Configuration:
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* http://reprap.org/wiki/Triffid_Hunter%27s_Calibration_Guide#E_steps
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====Calibration notes====
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extruded filament width ~= 0.016" (0.4064mm) -- 0.0175" (0.4445mm)
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0.5mm thin wall box (sliced solid) --- wall thickness ~= 0.020" (0.508mm) -- 0.030" (0.762mm) --- the latter number seems to be from mis-aligned layers --- need to tighten up the Z-axis carriage.
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Z-axis layers:
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1/2560*200*3 == 0.234375
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1/2560*200*2 == 0.15625
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==3D Printing==
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http://www.instructables.com/id/PRINTTABLE-the-Affordable-Attractive-IKEA-Lack-Tab/
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====Ordbot====
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Ordbot Quantum w/Pico 0.35/1.75mm, Azteeg X5 mini v3 and Viki 2 LCD
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* matching connectors for the Azteeg Mini --- DONE
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* details of the extruder --- 1.75mm filament, 0.35mm nozzle size
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** http://www.makergear.com/pages/superpack-instructions
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** Replacement B3 Innovations Pico Hot End (installed)
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** http://www.makergear.com/pages/stepper-plastruder-instructions
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* thermistor --- type 1 100K Epcos NTC Thermistor, beta value 4066[http://forums.reprap.org/read.php?1,370562,371840#msg-371840]
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* motors
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** SM35HT36-1004A 2.7 1.0 2.7 19 1400 4 14 0.18 36 http://www.smartautomation.com.cn/ProductShow.asp?ArticleID=500
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** http://www.kysanelectronics.com/Products/Detail.php?recordID=8072 1040220 17HG-B1/14-750C MOTOR,STEP,GEARED,42MM,14:1,750MM WIRE CONNECTOR 164
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* additional electronics
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** Viki 2 LCD http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1007225
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** home/limit switches
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** heated bed
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** nicer power supply
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Reference: http://www.buildlog.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ord:wiring
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http://www.robotronics.com.au/web/ordbot-hadron-what-else-do-i-need-complete-3d-printer
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http://www.buildlog.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2484
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http://www.buildlog.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ord:slic3er_settings
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http://www.buildlog.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ord:software
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https://burnsed.wordpress.com/2013/04/21/viki-lcd/
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=====Azteeg X5 mini v2=====
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* https://github.com/Smoothieware/Smoothieware/blob/edge/FirmwareBin/firmware.bin?raw=true
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* https://github.com/Smoothieware/Smoothieware/blob/edge/ConfigSamples/AzteegX5Mini/Version2/config --- edit settings
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** beta_steps_per_mm                            88.89
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** gamma_steps_per_mm                          2560
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** alpha_current                                1.1
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** beta_current                                1.4
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** gamma_current                                2.0
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** extruder.hotend.steps_per_mm                    1246.7689
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** extruder.hotend.default_feed_rate              200
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** temperature_control.hotend.p_factor          9.0              #
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** temperature_control.hotend.i_factor          0.795            #
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** temperature_control.hotend.d_factor          25
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** endstops_enable                              false
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** panel.enable                                true
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pins (i.e., gamma_en_pin did not have ! after?  0.21! )
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==Projects==
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https://storelistt.com/products/2019-the-most-versatile-and-portable-design-tool
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:140048
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https://www.reddit.com/r/Reprap/comments/3j7dki/i_made_a_custom_size_heated_bed/
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http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?223428-Holding-Without-A-Vise --- board claw
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1016916
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1004925
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:988404
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http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:971205
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Folding bookshelf sized for paperback books.
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https://fun-toy.shop/collections/creative-toys/products/the-magic-butterfly-color-random?variant=22808017403968
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===Bicycle===
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http://www.pedalroom.com/bike/montague-swissbike-x50-blacked-out-30784
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http://www.torontocycles.com/Selling/Titanium_Bolts.html
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Case or fairing: https://christinedemerchant.com/coroplast-scoring-cutting-gluing.html
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====Bicycle Designs====
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http://www.tuvie.com/self-rechargeable-folding-bike-bicx-makes-riding-fun/
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https://www.geekalerts.com/if-mode-folding-bicycle/
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https://www.behance.net/gallery/5128361/Grasshopper-The-recumbent-tricycle
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https://ebike-news.de/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/300113045230uumf.jpg
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https://www.designboom.com/readers/slogdesign-feddz-electric-bike-01-22-2018/
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===Programming===
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https://developers.google.com/blockly/guides/overview
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Tersus
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YAWL
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http://drakon-editor.sourceforge.net/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DRAKON
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http://www.korduene.com/
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http://thyrd.org/thyrd/
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https://github.com/tumcms/TUM.CMS.VPLControl
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https://www.shinoe.org/cameleon/
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http://wiki.c2.com/?GraphicalProgrammingLanguage
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===Design into 3D===
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How to Design and Build Anything
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====Other things to make====
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https://www.leevalley.com/en-ca/shop/tools/hand-tools/marking-and-measuring/bevels/74045-angle-transfer-tool
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https://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-how-to/joinery/miters/three-way-miter-joints
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====References====
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https://openlibrary.org/authors/OL1278183A/Paul_N._Hasluck?page=1 https://openlibrary.org/authors/OL1278183A/Paul_N._Hasluck?page=2
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http://archive.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2005/01/30/how_to_make_almost_anything/
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https://books.google.com/books?id=ZxsstAEACAAJ&dq=woodworker+handybook&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiqwLvfvKfhAhVIjlkKHYr3CN0Q6AEwAHoECAAQAQ --- https://www.grit.com/tools/how-to-build-anything-19th-century-advice-for-the-21st-century
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https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-design-almost-anything/
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https://www.popularmechanics.com/home/how-to/g1600/how-to-make-anything/
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==Materials to try==
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Finishing: https://www.penofin.com/wood-stains/marine-oil-finish-wood-stain
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* buy thickest cutting board at Restaurant store --- different colors
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** http://www.target.com/p/architec-poly-cutting-board-black-14x17/-/A-85899?lnk=fiatsCookie
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** https://www.amazon.com/Sanatec-Plastic-Cutting-Board-Black/dp/B00H3J5PF6
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** https://www.amazon.com/Seaboard-Density-Polyethylene-Finish-Length/dp/B00K2QMINE/ref=sr_1_1?s=industrial&ie=UTF8&qid=1473689957&sr=1-1&keywords=1%22+seaboard
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** [https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-High-Density-Polyethylene-WP143602/_/N-bisZ1z0ccgl?s_pp=false&picUrl=//static.grainger.com/rp/s/is/image/Grainger/1YZU4_AS01?$smthumb$#nav=%2Fproduct%2FGRAINGER-APPROVED-High-Density-Polyethylene-WP143602%2F_%2FN-c1pZ1z0ccglZ1z13n16Z1z0ndst%3FR%3D1ZAV3%26_%3D1473689749352%26picUrl%3D%252F%252Fstatic.grainger.com%252Frp%252Fs%252Fis%252Fimage%252FGrainger%252F1YZU4_AS01%253F%2524smthumb%2524%26s_pp%3Dfalse Grainger]
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* Ipe --- "ipe ... woods of ... similar hardness. With a 1/4 inch carbide bit try 12-18000 rpm and 30-90 ipm. 1/8 inch depth per pass. Leave about .01 inches for a full depth finish pass at the lower ipm range. Depending on the machine you may need faster or slower. You might also need a different step down."[http://www.cnczone.com/forums/general-woodworking-machine-discussion/216910-feed-speed-help-ipe-ironwood-post1471568.html#post1471568]
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* http://taulman3d.com/t-glase-features.html
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* Observations on using nylon string trimmer line: http://forum.seemecnc.com/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=2356#p17092 e.g., http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003VPAEL6/ref=oh_details_o02_s00_i02?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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* Misumi HFS5-4080
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* http://www.howardprecision.com/random-rack
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===Tips===
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* [http://forum.seemecnc.com/viewtopic.php?f=36&t=3808#p24256 Printing with ABS - A Primer]
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==Hardware to try==
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*Smaller scale workholding
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** M3
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*** insertion nuts
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*** T-nuts https://www.boltdepot.com/Product-Details.aspx?product=14929
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** #6-32
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***http://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-T-Nut-1XGH1
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** #8-32
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*** http://fastenerline.com/assorted-lamp-parts/56221-8-32-x-1-2-knurled-head-screws-brass.html
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* 9mm GT2 belting --- for SO 1 and 3
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* [http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:74301 MakerSlide or 20mm extrusion parallel joiner]
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* shielded wire
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* Azteeg X5 mini
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* 0.5mm hot end
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* power supply
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* http://www.carbideprocessors.com/bondhus-07846-set-of-6-mini-goldguard-ball-end-hex-l-keys-1-5-5mm/
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===Plano Organizers===
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3500 - 8.75 x 4.25 x 1.25
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3705 - 8.75 x 6.375 x 1.75
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3600 - 10.5 x 6.85 x 1.625
  
 
==Remaining things to do:==
 
==Remaining things to do:==
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Drag knife http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:176025
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===Sooner===
 
===Sooner===
* upgrade spindle to Harbor Freight 1/4" Trim Router
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* design nicer / larger / roomier / easier-to-install transparency dust shoe
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* add connectors / wiring to SO1 to match Ordbot
* make a nicer fitted insert for the cigar box cut out of basswood and lined w/ felt or something
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* work out management for Makita power cord and vacuum hose --- build handle arrangement using hanger fixtures and strapping, use pipe or closet rod for handle
* work out management for Dremel power cord and vacuum hose
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* figure out how to invert belts on X-axis --- probably will do this by getting M5 hex bolts and grinding off a side so that they fit snugly against the side of the motor
 
* figure out how to invert belts on X-axis --- probably will do this by getting M5 hex bolts and grinding off a side so that they fit snugly against the side of the motor
 
* make a nicer enclosure of Lego bricks --- need to hide away the wires for the p.s. and fan inside the enclosure DONE --- TODO add transparent bit for power LED, add push through stick for reset button
 
* make a nicer enclosure of Lego bricks --- need to hide away the wires for the p.s. and fan inside the enclosure DONE --- TODO add transparent bit for power LED, add push through stick for reset button
* replace remaining nylon spacers w/ metal, use 2" 7/32" roll pins as stand-offs for Y-axis motor (replacing 1.5" pins and 1/2" aluminum spacers) use 1.5" pins on spindle mount
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* replace remaining nylon spacers w/ metal, use 2″ 7/32″ roll pins as stand-offs for Y-axis motor (replacing 1.5″ pins and ½″ aluminum spacers) use 1.5″ pins on spindle mount
  
 
===Later===
 
===Later===
 
* drill new holes in X gantry plate for second pair of bolts
 
* drill new holes in X gantry plate for second pair of bolts
 
* sound enclosure
 
* sound enclosure
* upgrade spindle
 
 
* replace standard carriage plate w/ steel version
 
* replace standard carriage plate w/ steel version
 
* replace Z-axis delrin blocks w/ aluminum
 
* replace Z-axis delrin blocks w/ aluminum
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* replace zip ties w/ cable drag chain
 
* replace zip ties w/ cable drag chain
 
* drill holes and fasten X-axis MakerSlide together or use Kbot3d's [http://www.kbot3dprinting.com/products-page/shapeoko-accessories/makerslide-joining-clips-set-of-30/ Makerslide Joining Clips]
 
* drill holes and fasten X-axis MakerSlide together or use Kbot3d's [http://www.kbot3dprinting.com/products-page/shapeoko-accessories/makerslide-joining-clips-set-of-30/ Makerslide Joining Clips]
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* maybe re-work belt position, maybe use cable clamps instead of zip ties
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===Done===
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* drill new holes for side vice, mount new T-nuts (or use threaded inserts) --- DONE
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* design nicer / larger / roomier / easier-to-install transparency dust shoe --- DONE
  
 
==Diamond, Circle, Square==
 
==Diamond, Circle, Square==
  
===Results===
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===Results (w/ Dremel 4000 and short bit) ===
  
 
* Diamond 1.278, 1.273, 1.277, 1.270 avg. 1.2745 (==1.39194 less runout) ==2.98298mm
 
* Diamond 1.278, 1.273, 1.277, 1.270 avg. 1.2745 (==1.39194 less runout) ==2.98298mm
* Circle 1.841", 1.840, 1.85, 1.842, 1.840, 1.851, 1.2842, 1.840 avg. 1.84325 (==1.9685 less runout) ==3.18135mm
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* Circle 1.841″, 1.840, 1.85, 1.842, 1.840, 1.851, 1.2842, 1.840 avg. 1.84325 (==1.9685 less runout) ==3.18135mm
* Square 1.843", 1.839, 1.843, 1.838 avg. 1.84075(==1.9685 less runout)==3.24485mm
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* Square 1.843″, 1.839, 1.843, 1.838 avg. 1.84075(==1.9685 less runout)==3.24485mm
  
 
===Observations===
 
===Observations===
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*Add orientation marks to code
 
*Add orientation marks to code
 
*dust shoe tends to collapse --- add a right angle / elbow inset to focus the vacuum where it's needed and provide more structure and direction to the air --- DONE --- run vacuum on lowest setting --- HELPS --- monitor vacuum and turn off / on or increase speed temporarily to clear things
 
*dust shoe tends to collapse --- add a right angle / elbow inset to focus the vacuum where it's needed and provide more structure and direction to the air --- DONE --- run vacuum on lowest setting --- HELPS --- monitor vacuum and turn off / on or increase speed temporarily to clear things
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==Projects==
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https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/4nu4sz/rubber_band_gun_designed_to_dismantle_for/
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* Corner placer
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* drag knife holder --- DONE
 +
* laser cutter
 +
* Ipê
 +
** http://www.star-distributing.com/smith/oakandteak.html
 +
** Weldwood Resorcinol
 +
** http://www.lmii.com/products/mostly-not-wood/adhesives/smith-all-wood-epoxy
 +
* http://www.amazon.com/gp/prime/handle-buy-box.html/ref=dp_start-bbf_1_glance
 +
* http://solsylva.com/cnc/rotomolder.shtml
 +
 +
===Enclosure===
 +
 +
pocket 3
 +
diam 3.175
 +
depth -2.25
 +
safety 3
 +
surface 0
 +
step over 30%
 +
down 1.25
 +
roughing 0
 +
feed 710
 +
plunge 355
 +
 +
profile 4
 +
diam 3.175
 +
depth -5
 +
outside
 +
safety 3
 +
surface -2.25
 +
down 1.5
 +
roughing 0
 +
feed 710
 +
plunge 355
 +
 +
===Calipers===
 +
 +
Brass
 +
 +
Diameter 3.175mm
 +
Depth 0.2mm
 +
Step over 50%
 +
Feed 213.446mm
 +
plunge 26.681mm
 +
RPM 8403 (setting 1 on Makita ~9470rpm)
 +
 +
===Workholding===
 +
 +
====Fixture for boxes====
 +
 +
centered origin, wedges for workholding.
 +
 +
====Box joint fixture====
 +
 +
Three parts:
 +
 +
* thick board clamped to Wasteboard w/ two cross dowels and pocket to hold board in alignment
 +
* board w/ matching pockets to hold second board at 90 degrees vertical off front of machine
 +
* board of known thickness and matching pockets in width w/ hole in center to receive endmill so as to align
 +
 +
===Dust Shoe===
 +
 +
http://www.eplastics.com/Plastic/Lexan_Polycarbonate_Tube/Clear-Polycarbonate-Rigid-Tubing-1-1-8-ID-x-1-1-4-OD-x-1-16-Wall-x-8ft
 +
 +
===MeshCAM===
 +
 +
# load file OK
 +
# specified desired file type (Flip Job)
 +
# scale to desired size (Geometry | Scale Geometry | 0.33 | OK)
 +
# CAM | Define Stock | Fixed Size XY (X:2in, Y 3in) Fixed Size Z (Z:1in)
 +
# CAM | Set Program Zero | center, top
 +
# Add supports (middle of geometry, as needed)
 +
# CAM | 3D Toolpath
  
 
==Notes==
 
==Notes==
 +
 +
===SVG and interface===
 +
 +
https://prideout.net/blog/svg_wireframes/
 +
 +
svg-box-generator-master https://github.com/bumblebeefr/svg-box-generator/blob/master/index.html
 +
 +
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2941189/how-to-overlay-one-div-over-another-div
 +
 +
===Inkscape===
 +
 +
http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=2930&start=10#p22311
 +
 +
===pyspread===
 +
 +
* https://pypi.python.org/packages/32/15/5dac23340abe95eae4e819f1575fb9be6b87ea92bf31ca808b41119d0346/numpy-1.12.1-cp27-none-win32.whl#md5=906d8d8e1cb6a5056e0405d5b54d6440
 +
** rename "C:\Users\willa_000\Downloads\numpy-1.12.1%2Bmkl-cp36-none-win32.whl"
 +
** pip install numpy-1.12.1%2Bmkl-cp27-none-win32.whl
 +
* https://pythonhosted.org/pyenchant/ --- http://pypi.python.org/packages/any/p/pyenchant/pyenchant-1.6.6.win32.exe
 +
* https://www.wxpython.org/download.php#msw --- http://downloads.sourceforge.net/wxpython/wxPython3.0-win32-3.0.2.0-py27.exe
 +
* http://matplotlib.org/users/installing.html --- run python -m pip install -U pip setuptools and python -m pip install matplotlib as Administrator
 +
* https://sourceforge.net/projects/gladewin32/files/gtk%2B-win32-devel/2.12.9/gtk-dev-2.12.9-win32-2.exe/download?use_mirror=managedway
  
 
===Original Grbl Settings===
 
===Original Grbl Settings===
  
 +
(This is for the AtomCNC board running Grbl 0.8a)
 +
<pre>
 
$0 = 174.98
 
$0 = 174.98
 
 
$1 = 174.98
 
$1 = 174.98
 
 
$2 = 377.89
 
$2 = 377.89
 
 
$3 = 30
 
$3 = 30
 
 
$4 = 500
 
$4 = 500
 
 
$5 = 500
 
$5 = 500
 
 
$6 = 0.10
 
$6 = 0.10
 
 
$7 = 136 !?!
 
$7 = 136 !?!
 
 
$8 = 15.00
 
$8 = 15.00
 
 
$9 = 0.05
 
$9 = 0.05
 +
</pre>
 +
 +
==Nomad 883 Pro==
 +
 +
Serial #596, delivered and set up 3 January 2017
 +
 +
===Notebook===
 +
 +
* Wrench --- alu. composite
 +
* tool box
 +
** lid --- pine
 +
** base --- basswood
 +
 +
===Log===
 +
 +
<pre>
 +
(534): <- ok
 +
(533): <- $132=100.000
 +
(532): <- $131=250.000
 +
(531): <- $130=250.000
 +
(530): <- $122=270.000
 +
(529): <- $121=270.000
 +
(528): <- $120=270.000
 +
(527): <- $112=1270.000
 +
(526): <- $111=2600.000
 +
(525): <- $110=2600.000
 +
(524): <- $102=200.000
 +
(523): <- $101=200.000
 +
(522): <- $100=200.000
 +
(521): <- $32=0
 +
(520): <- $31=2000
 +
(519): <- $30=10000
 +
(518): <- $27=5.000
 +
(517): <- $26=25
 +
(516): <- $25=1000.000
 +
(515): <- $24=100.000
 +
(514): <- $23=0
 +
(513): <- $22=1
 +
(512): <- $21=1
 +
(511): <- $20=0
 +
(510): <- $13=0
 +
(509): <- $12=0.010
 +
(508): <- $11=0.020
 +
(507): <- $10=3
 +
(506): <- $6=0
 +
(505): <- $5=0
 +
(504): <- $4=0
 +
(503): <- $3=1
 +
(502): <- $2=0
 +
(501): <- $1=255
 +
(500): <- $0=10
 +
(499): -> $$
 +
</pre>
 +
 +
===Misc.===
 +
 +
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:882339
 +
 +
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:728871
 +
 +
http://geargenerator.com/#288,288,96,6,1,1,6533.100000001039,2,1,16,4,4,27,-90,0,0,200,50,4,27,-90,0,0,2,527
 +
 +
http://www.knowhave.com/gear/rack.php
 +
 +
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1645390
 +
 +
==ShapeOko 3==
 +
 +
https://www.moonsindustries.com/p/nema-23-high-precision-hybrid-stepper-motors/ms23ha8p4150-000004611110015314
 +
 +
===newmachine===
 +
 +
Assembled 9 February 2019, tested 10 February 2019
 +
 +
===Home/Limit switches===
 +
 +
Home/Limit switches --- DONE installed Tim Foreman's nifty kit
 +
 +
===Touch Plate===
 +
 +
Touch plate. DONE --- improve plate part w/ a spring-loaded disk and nice housing --- create multi-function device which also works as a touch probe
 +
 +
===Headless===
 +
 +
Wireless --- use Raspberry Pi mounted to gantry to control the Carbide Motion Board --- use Bluetooth Wii Remote as pendant
 +
* http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=2209
 +
* http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=2271&p=17302
 +
* http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1036&p=8479
 +
 +
===Wider Belts===
 +
 +
Upgrade XY belts to 9mm Belt anchors and idlers will work as is. Needs new belts and pulleys. --- DONE
 +
 +
test / comparison cuts w/ 6mm
 +
 +
 +
====B.O.M.====
 +
 +
* [http://www.sdp-si.com/eStore/Catalog/PartNumber/A%206A51-020DF0908 2 mm (GT2) 20 Aluminum Alloy 9mm 0.25 2 Flanges / With Hub]
 +
 +
* http://shop.sdp-si.com/catalog/product/?id=A_6R51MC090
 +
 +
Should add spacers and longer bolts to Y-axis to match X.
 +
 +
====Vendors====
 +
 +
* http://store.mettec.com/product/455/metric_titanium_flat_washers
 +
 +
* 24 https://catalog.nordex.com/pc1429_8688r
 +
 +
* http://www.robotdigg.com/product/247/9mm-Wide-Belt-16-Tooth-GT2-Pulley
 +
* http://www.robotdigg.com/product/261/9mm-Wide-Belt-GT2-Pulley-20-Tooth
 +
* http://www.robotdigg.com/product/359/9mm-wide-open-end-GT2-belt
 +
* http://www.robotdigg.com/product/82/Idler-Pulley-Wheel
 +
** http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:45955
 +
 +
* http://folger-technologies-llc.myshopify.com/products/wide-gt2-pulley-20-tooth-5mm-bore-9mm-width-3d-printer-reprap-rostock-mendal-1
 +
 +
Alternative: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:194586
 +
 +
====Z====
 +
 +
Print new pulley: http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/download/file.php?id=5432 http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=6044&p=48685#p48685
 +
 +
https://sdp-si.com/eStore/Catalog/Group/342#
 +
A 6R51M258060 Single Sided 2 mm (GT2) 258 6 Neoprene Fiberglass 516
 +
 +
===Base===
 +
 +
Base: http://www.woodcraft.com/product/152976/baltic-birch-plywood-18-mm34-x-30-x-48.aspx
 +
 +
 +
===Wasteboard===
 +
 +
Purchased:
 +
 +
T-Track: http://www.woodcraft.com/product/159896/woodriver-48-length-standard-14-ttrack.aspx --- cut into 16" lengths
 +
 +
PVC:
 +
* http://www.homedepot.com/p/Veranda-3-4-in-x-1-1-2-in-x-8-ft-White-Cellular-PVC-Trim-H190HWS3/100275037
 +
* http://www.homedepot.com/p/Veranda-3-4-in-x-3-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Cellular-PVC-Trim-H190LWS6/100265384
 +
* http://www.homedepot.com/p/Veranda-3-4-in-x-7-1-4-in-x-8-ft-High-Performance-Cellular-PVC-Trim-H190RWS4/100290245
 +
 +
Cut down 2'x4' MDF for spacer: http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/File:WFA_SO3_xl_spacer_and_T-track.gif
 +
 +
Considered:
 +
 +
PVC: http://www.homedepot.com/p/AZEK-Trim-3-4-in-x-4-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Traditional-Trim-PVC-Board-ART10005096/202657359
 +
 +
Primed MDF: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Primed-MDF-Board-Common-11-16-in-x-3-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Actual-0-669-in-x-3-5-in-x-96-in-242738/100061915
 +
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Primed-MDF-Board-Common-11-16-in-x-2-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Actual-0-669-in-x-2-5-in-x-96-in-1702328/202712031
 +
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Primed-MDF-Board-Common-11-16-in-x-5-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Actual-0-669-in-x-5-5-in-x-96-in-1702368/202712037
 +
 +
====Aluminum extrusion====
 +
 +
https://www.grainger.com/product/80-20-Framing-Extrusion-29NZ86
 +
 +
https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-4-ft-6061-Aluminum-Angle-Stock-2EYT7
 +
 +
https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-Round-6MYP8
 +
 +
use angle trimmed flush and with screws and openings machined into it: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-3-4-in-x-96-in-Aluminum-Angle-with-1-8-in-Thick-802647/204273990 --- screw through to secure.
 +
 +
Alternative? https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMAN-VersaTrack-White-Composite-Multipurpose-Storage-Rail-System/1000756414
 +
 +
===Vacuum===
 +
 +
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bucket-Head-5-gal-1-75-Peak-HP-Wet-Dry-Vac-BH0100/202017218
 +
 +
http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2135
 +
 +
2 x http://www.homedepot.com/p/The-Home-Depot-5-gal-Homer-Bucket-3-Pack-05GLHD2/100672960?MERCH=REC-_-PIPHorizontal1_rr-_-202017218-_-100672960-_-N
 +
 +
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Leaktite-5-gal-Screw-Top-Lid-5GAMMA6/203205720#.UlnIYFDj3kw
 +
 +
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Charlotte-Pipe-1-1-4-in-PVC-Sch-40-90-Degree-S-x-S-Elbow-PVC023001200HD/203812127 --- one for vacuum inside bucket
 +
 +
two 120 degree elbows for vacuum connection
 +
 +
two straight couplers for hose connection --- run through center of lid --- ensure top of extension wand is lower than handle
 +
 +
two lengths of PVC pipe
 +
 +
extension wand to couple --- cut in half, one connects to vacuum, other to hose
 +
 +
===Other===
 +
 +
https://us.misumi-ec.com/vona2/detail/110302692660/?Inch=0&CategorySpec=00000042733%3A%3Ab
 +
 +
https://us.misumi-ec.com/vona2/detail/110302691960/?Inch=0&CategorySpec=00000042730%3A%3A40x80%0900000042733%3A%3Ab%0900000042719%3A%3Ac
 +
 +
Work up 3D printed design for centering vise angled table jig? Way to mount workpieces to front of machine at 45 (and other) degree angles to cut joints?
 +
 +
Work up design for 4th axis, repurposing spare motor for rotational axis --- control electronics?
 +
 +
http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:624625
 +
 +
====Acme screw====
 +
 +
* Mounting Plate for Nema17 or Nema23 --- use a pair to mount the motor at the top of the plate: http://www.robotdigg.com/product/240/Mounting+Plate+for+Nema17+or+Nema23
 +
 +
* ACME Threaded Z-axis Nema23 Stepper --- mounting the nut looks as if it will need a custom part http://www.robotdigg.com/product/150/ACME+Threaded+Z-axis+Nema23+Stepper
 +
 +
* KP08 Pillow Block --- would probably need to cut a slot in the bottom of the plate http://www.robotdigg.com/product/360/KP08+Pillow+Block
 +
 +
====4th axis====
 +
 +
http://www.deansphotographica.com/machining/projects/minichuck/minichuck1.html
 +
http://www.omc-stepperonline.com/gear-ratio-1001-planetary-gearbox-nema-17-stepper-motor-17hs191684spg100-p-46.html
 +
 +
===Grbl===
 +
 +
X:100/100.62*40 == 39.7535281 round to 39.754
 +
 +
Y:100/100.49*40 == 39.8049557 round to 39.805
 +
 +
 +
Grbl settings:
 +
 +
<pre>
 +
(1554): <- $132=80.000
 +
(1553): <- $131=465.000
 +
(1552): <- $130=425.000
 +
(1551): <- $122=400.000
 +
(1550): <- $121=400.000
 +
(1549): <- $120=400.000
 +
(1548): <- $112=5000.000
 +
(1547): <- $111=5000.000
 +
(1546): <- $110=5000.000
 +
(1545): <- $102=39.4805195
 +
(1544): <- $101=39.9630342
 +
(1543): <- $100=39.9580441
 +
(1542): <- $32=0
 +
(1541): <- $31=0
 +
(1540): <- $30=1000
 +
(1539): <- $27=5.000
 +
(1538): <- $26=25
 +
(1537): <- $25=1000.000
 +
(1536): <- $24=100.000
 +
(1535): <- $23=0
 +
(1534): <- $22=1
 +
(1533): <- $21=0
 +
(1532): <- $20=0
 +
(1531): <- $13=0
 +
(1530): <- $12=0.010
 +
(1529): <- $11=0.020
 +
(1528): <- $10=255
 +
(1527): <- $6=0
 +
(1526): <- $5=0
 +
(1525): <- $4=0
 +
(1524): <- $3=6
 +
(1523): <- $2=0
 +
(1522): <- $1=255
 +
(1521): <- $0=10
 +
</pre>
 +
 +
Positioning centered at the front of the wasteboard, just above the worksurface:
 +
 +
<pre>
 +
X = -211.500
 +
Y = -359.000
 +
Z = -41.200
 +
</pre>
 +
 +
==Vector apps==
 +
 +
GraviT
 +
 +
http://www.neowin.net/news/gravit-10-rc1
 +
 +
https://www.maketecheasier.com/gravit-new-design-tool-for-linux/
 +
 +
http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/quasado-opensources-gravit-web-based-design-tool
 +
 +
https://www.maketecheasier.com/gravit-new-design-tool-for-linux/
 +
 +
==Communication / Control Program Ideas==
 +
 +
Rework: GUIGcodeWriter_1.0.py --- https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1FDV9G7idL0OE5MVDlCN0NKNTQ/edit?usp=sharing
 +
 +
Potential Toolkits:
 +
 +
* http://www.wxpython.org/
 +
* http://www.fltk.org/index.php
 +
* http://kivy.org/#home --- esp. interesting for support of multi-touch (anyone have any ideas on how to use that in a control program?)
 +
 +
To do:
 +
 +
* collect screen grabs of extant comm/control programs
 +
* see if GUIGcodeWriter_1.0.py can actually communicate on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (running on a Raspberry Pi)
 +
 +
or, just use bCNC.
 +
 +
==Tools==
 +
 +
http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/woodworkingtoollist.aspx
 +
 +
Tools to buy:
 +
 +
* brass clamps
 +
 +
Toolmaking:
 +
 +
* http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/general-gunsmith-tools/screwdrivers-sets/magna-tip-accessories/magna-tip-bit-shaping-stone-prod1368.aspx
 +
 +
Consider (or bought):
 +
 +
* Screwdrivers
 +
** bit driver handle
 +
*** http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/general-gunsmith-tools/screwdrivers-sets/magna-tip-handles/75th-anniversary-magna-tip-handle-prod67695.aspx
 +
**** http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/general-gunsmith-tools/screwdrivers-sets/magna-tip-bit-sets/1911-screwdriver-sets-prod25472.aspx
 +
*** http://www.handeyesupply.com/collections/workshop/products/elementary-design-no-1-screw-driver-with-interchangeable-bits
 +
*** http://www.wihatools.com/bits/bit-holders/t-handle-magnetic-1-4-bit-holder --- or Felo
 +
*** http://www.wihatools.com/bits/bit-holders/screw-cap-1-4-bit-holder-with-o-ring-3-long --- use to make smaller driver
 +
*** Multi-Tip Screwdriver https://www.lie-nielsen.com/product/screwdrivers-multi-tip-screwdriver-
 +
*** http://www.woodworkingshop.com/product/gg15001/
 +
* Bits
 +
** Slotted (purchased)
 +
*** Felo 30119 Slotted 1/4" x 1.2" Bit x 1" on 1/4" stock ( 151866043205 )
 +
*** Felo 30112 Slotted 1/4" x 1.0" Bit x 1" on 1/4" stock ( 161776514840 )
 +
*** Felo 30089 Slotted 3/16" x 0.8" Bit x 1" on 1/4" stock ( 161864326541 )
 +
*** Felo 30097 Slotted 7/32" x 0.8" Bit x 1" on 1/4" stock ( 161973686177 )
 +
*** Felo 30105 Slotted 7/32" x 1.0" Bit x 1" on 1/4" stock ( 162004255305 )
 +
*** Felo 30918 Slotted 5/16" x 1.2" Bit x 1" on 1/4" stock ( 162023805993 )
 +
*** Felo 0715724037 5/32" Slotted Industrial Bit on 1/4" stock, Length: 1"
 +
*** Felo 0715730066 1/8" Slotted Industrial Bit on 1/4" stock, Length: 1" 
 +
** Special Purpose
 +
*** Plane Screwdriver http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=60111&cat=1,41182
 +
** Sets
 +
*** http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/general-gunsmith-tools/screwdrivers-sets/fixed-blade-sets/precision-instrument-screwdrivers-prod5751.aspx
 +
**** http://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/general-gunsmith-tools/screwdrivers-sets/fixed-blade-sets/12-in-1-precision-miniature-screwdriver-set-prod352.aspx
 +
*** http://www.leevalley.com/US/Wood/page.aspx?p=70159&cat=1,43411,43417&ap=1 --- returned
 +
*** cabinet screwdriver set: http://www.fine-tools.com/schraubendrehersatz.html
 +
*** http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0028W6WDC Nepros Wooden Grip Screwdriver Set (6pcs.)
 +
* Blue Spruce Toolworks Coping Saw 
 +
* sliding steel bevel
 +
** http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,42936&p=74804&WT.mc_id=2046_5&WT.tsrc=Email
 +
** http://www.garrettwade.com/pocket-steel-sliding-bevel.html --- buy above or Starrett instead, or make
 +
* Marking gauges
 +
** Pocket Marking Gauge http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=64313&cat=1,42936,64313
 +
** 3-in-1 Brass Marking Gauge http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,42936,50440&p=50440 --- also two extra stems
 +
* shoulder plane
 +
** https://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/store/dept/TPSR/item/EE-6353110.XX
 +
** http://www.amazon.com/Stanley-12-140-No-92-Shoulder-Chisel/dp/B002B56CVS
 +
** http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=64808&cat=41182,41192&ap=1
 +
* rasp
 +
** http://www.stewmac.com/Luthier_Tools/Types_of_Tools/Files/Dragon_Hand-cut_Rasp.html
 +
** http://www.hand-stitched-rasp-riffler.com/tradition/woodworking/rasps/liogier-liogier-49-50.html
 +
** http://www.frogwoodtools.com/Catalog/09.htm
 +
** http://www.leevalley.com/en/wood/page.aspx?p=20133&cat=1,42524
 +
* Odd Jobs http://www.garrettwade.com/historic-odd-job-gp.html http://www.jimbodetools.com/Bronze-ROCKLER-Odd-Jobs-Square-p39697.html
 +
** http://www.garrettwade.com/36-in-four-fold-rule.html
 +
** Stanley 8
 +
** Stanley 32, 32.5
 +
** Stanley 51
 +
** Stanley 52.5
 +
** Stanley 53, 53.5
 +
** Stanley 54
 +
** Stanley 59
 +
** Stanley 61, 61A
 +
** Stanley 62, 62C
 +
** Stanley 63
 +
** Stanley 66, 66.25, 66.5, 66.75
 +
** Stanley 68
 +
** Stanley 86.5
 +
** Stanley 87
 +
** Stanley 89
 +
 +
Consider:
 +
 +
* http://www.garrettwade.com/garrett-wade-yankee-push-drill-gp.html
 +
* http://www.garrettwade.com/veritas-tool-rest-and-grinding-jig-gp.html
 +
* http://www.garrettwade.com/pocket-steel-sliding-bevel.html
 +
* http://www.garrettwade.com/the-very-best-packing-tape-dispenser.html
 +
* http://www.garrettwade.com/half-moon-leather-cutting-knife.html
 +
* http://www.garrettwade.com/usa-made-waxed-canvas-tool-roll.html
 +
* Makita cordless drill --- old straight-handled model w/ case
 +
 +
Elemental:
 +
 +
* http://www.expert-toolstore.com/facom-screwdriver-bits/1176-facom-ef6p3-1-4-hex-drive-berilium-magnetic-snap-screw-bit-holder
 +
* Knew Concepts 1/8" titanium fret saw
 +
 +
===Essentials===
 +
 +
http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?242570-I-need-some-hand-tool-shop-advice&p=2550504#post2550504
 +
 +
# Jack Plane
 +
# set of Bench Chisels; should probably include at least a 1/4" and 3/4".
 +
# a good Tenon saw, or dovetail saw. These will work for joinery as well as crosscuts and basically anything except ripping long lengths to size. You can also get a rip saw if you really want to. Don't bother with a crosscut; though you probably already have one anyway.
 +
# a drill. You could opt for gimlets and a bit and brace, or egg-beater style hand drill. A conventional electric drill may be the cheapest option though.
 +
# a file and rasp. A 4-in-1 rasp will handle most of your shaping needs, and I like a half-round file as well.
 +
# a scraper. Cabinet, or card scraper. Just something to smooth surfaces that are prone to tearout.
 +
 +
https://www.reddit.com/r/handtools/comments/4ilkfz/48_wooden_moulding_planes_vs_stanley_4555_vs/d3079jm
 +
 +
===Minimalist Set===
 +
 +
# Stanley #1 Odd Jobs
 +
# Stanley #62 four fold rule
 +
# Jack Plane
 +
# smoothing plane
 +
# Stanley #12-250 combination plane
 +
# block plane
 +
# Bench Chisels: 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 1", 1.5"
 +
# dovetail saw and guide
 +
# magnetic guide saw
 +
# job saw and miter box
 +
# Japanese flush cut saw
 +
# screwdriver and bit set and Yankee screwdriver
 +
# gimlets and a bit and brace and egg-beater style hand drill and bits and Archimedes drill
 +
# flat file, 4-in-1 rasp, half-round file, needle file set and handles
 +
# card scraper set
 +
# gun smithing hammer
 +
# machinist hammer w/ magnifying glass
 +
# Starrett screwdrivers
 +
# calipers
 +
# needle nose pliers and snips
 +
# General drill gauge
 +
# Japanese marking knife
 +
# countersink
 +
# sliding bevel
 +
# widow’s tooth
 +
# deadblow mallet
 +
# plane cap screwdriver
 +
# marking gauge (shop made, pin style)
 +
# double-ended pocket marking gauge
 +
# veneer saw
 +
 +
====Probably remove====
 +
 +
# Zona razor saw and guide
 +
 +
====Consider adding====
 +
 +
# 3" Knew Concepts Alum. Fret Saw
 +
# Gouge
 +
# https://advanced-machinery.myshopify.com/products/rali-ralimatic-hobby-plane?variant=32897951494
 +
 +
====Replace====
 +
 +
# nail set set with Japanese Nail Set http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=40379&cat=1,53193&ap=1 or http://www.amazon.com/Shark-Corp-21-2301-Nail-Set/dp/B00004TBQH
 +
 +
===Combination Tool Set===
 +
 +
* Odd Jobs and four-fold rule
 +
* Craftsman handle and saw set
 +
* Schroeder ratcheting screwdriver/drill
 +
* marking gauge --- double-ended and possibly 3-in-1
 +
* gunsmithing hammer
 +
* 4-in-1 rasp
 +
* Shark nail set / cat's paw
 +
* chisel plane http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=32661&cat=41182,41192&ap=1
 +
* 12' Lufkin tape measure (w/ new tape)
 +
 +
===Roundwork===
 +
 +
* Shinto Saw Rasp
 +
* Cast Round Spokeshave http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=71042&cat=1,50230
 +
* Bronze Spokeshaves http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?cat=1,50230&p=32681 --- also get cast iron to replace one
 +
* suitable work-holding system --- shave horse
 +
* center head, combination square
 +
 +
http://www.cylindermill.com/
 +
 +
====Threading====
 +
 +
* http://www.bealltool.com/products/threading/threader.php
 +
* http://www.pbs.org/woodwrightsshop/project-guides/making-wooden-screws/
 +
* http://www.nmri.go.jp/eng/khirata/metalwork/basic/bolt/index_e.html
 +
* http://madmodder.net/index.php?topic=3523.0
 +
* http://www.fine-tools.com/gewind.html#ziel301855
 +
 +
===Combination Tools===
 +
 +
Styles of combination tools:
 +
 +
* Multiple tips / recesses --- Classic example is a double-ended wrench. More complex examples are the T-shaped tools used for specialties such as chainsaws or skateboards
 +
 +
* removable parts --- e.g., a 3-in-1 plane which goes from shoulder to bull-nose to chisel, similarly, a gunsmithing hammer w/ screwdrivers hidden w/in the handle
 +
 +
* handles w/ replaceable blades
 +
** General Tools 86014 14 piece Quad Saw/Driver http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000F6WHIW
 +
** most extreme version of this would be a combination plane --- commentary: https://www.reddit.com/r/handtools/comments/4ilkfz/48_wooden_moulding_planes_vs_stanley_4555_vs/d2zdqje
 +
 +
* folding / mechanisms --- the Swiss Army Knife (arguably a subset of the above). This also allows for more complex mechanisms such as the folding pliers of the original Leatherman Pocket Survival Tool
 +
 +
* jigs which allow one tool to be used for a different purpose
 +
** chisel plane http://www.leevalley.com/us/wood/page.aspx?p=32661&cat=41182,41192&ap=1
 +
 +
===Workshop===
 +
 +
http://www.rockler.com/3-8-beadlock-basic-starter-kit
 +
 +
===Laptop bag===
 +
 +
3/16 hex will remove the grip from an ar15. Torx t20 and 25 are very popular. The largest slotted bit fits a bunch of gun screws. Ph0 and ph1 are very handy too.
 +
 +
===Bits===
 +
 +
http://www.scoutleatherco.com/product/hex-bit-driver-limited-edition or http://burnleyknives.com/product/hex-bit-driver-and-tool-roll-set/
 +
 +
Saw nuts: https://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/store/dept/TI/item/GT-SNSD
 +
 +
JIS: http://www.mossmiata.com/Shop/ViewProducts.aspx?PlateIndexID=123757&SortOrder=10
 +
 +
Chapman Master Set: http://chapmanmfg.com/products/master-kit-5575
 +
 +
====Screwdriver reference links====
 +
 +
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_screw_drives
 +
 +
https://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/13824/understanding-us-screw-sizes
 +
 +
http://www.wlfuller.com/html/wood_screw_chart.html
 +
 +
https://www.engineersedge.com/screw_threads_chart.htm
 +
 +
https://handycrowd.com/screws-explained-gauge-size-pilot-holes-and-wall-plugs/
 +
 +
https://i.stack.imgur.com/hU5Sx.jpg
 +
 +
===EDC===
 +
 +
http://www.countycomm.com/pilotflask.html
 +
http://www.countycomm.com/torqkey.html
 +
http://www.countycomm.com/eodrtool.html
 +
http://www.countycomm.com/tiwhistle.html
 +
http://www.countycomm.com/tubaton.html
 +
http://www.countycomm.com/multibitlarge.html
 +
http://countycomm.com/1x4deluxdriver.html
 +
 +
http://www.widowmakerknives.us/Custom-Kiridashi-p/kdi.htm
 +
 +
http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=745.0
 +
 +
===Bike===
 +
 +
http://www.802bikeguy.com/bicycle-tools/
 +
 +
https://www.reddit.com/r/bicycling/comments/3phlss/chapman_bike_tools/
 +
 +
http://www.parktool.com/product/big-blue-book-of-bicycle-repair-3rd-edition-BBB-3
 +
https://sutherlandsbicycle.com/product/repair-manual-7th-edition-book-cd/
 +
 +
https://www.reddit.com/r/bicycletouring/comments/4629br/im_trying_to_build_the_ultimate_touring_tool_kit/?
 +
 +
http://www.competitivecyclist.com/Store/catalog/fitCalculatorBike.jsp#results
 +
 +
https://wvcycling.wordpress.com/2010/03/01/essential-list-for-your-bike-repair-tool-kit/
 +
 +
http://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-mechanics/41214-mountain-bike-tool-kit.html
 +
 +
To start[http://forums.mtbr.com/tooltime/beginners-tool-kit-566013-post6236298.html#post6236298]
 +
 +
* L allens
 +
* screw drivers
 +
* pliers
 +
* wrenches
 +
* slick honey type of lube for cables and a park tool chain lube (you can use this on many things besides the chain)
 +
* a nice spoke wrench
 +
** http://www.pklie.de/spoke_wrench.html
 +
** Park Tool Master Mechanic
 +
 +
----
 +
 +
http://blogericious.blogspot.com/2007/06/altoids-tin-toolkit.html
 +
 +
* Altoids tin toolkit. I carry a tube, patchkit and pump/CO2 as well.
 +
Allen wrenches, a full run from 2 to 8mm.
 +
Wrench Force wrench with 8mm and 10mm and caplifter.
 +
2 tire levers, one has Duct tape wrapped around it.
 +
A shimano wrench that fits 9mm, crank dustcaps, and chainring bolt rears.
 +
WTB chaintool with bailingwire wrapped around handle.
 +
Small half-round file.
 +
Short length of hacksaw blade.
 +
SeberTech M4 tool, pliers and wire cutters will cut 2mm brake cable, also has blade, bottle opener, tweezers, small file, phillips and straight screwdrivers.
 +
3 Topeak dog-bone spoke wrenches cover all common sizes.
 +
Presta to Schraeder valve adapter.
 +
Shimano chain pin.
 +
Master link for chain.
 +
Spare chainlink.
 +
Spare chainring bolt.
 +
Spare waterbottle bolt and nut.
 +
Spare cleat bolt.
 +
A wet-nap to clean up with afterwards.
 +
 +
http://blogericious.blogspot.com/2007/05/extended-tour-toolkit.html
 +
 +
* 2 tire levers, shortened, with duct tape.
 +
Shortened ballpoint pen (marks puncture location on tube also).
 +
Half-round file.
 +
Craftsman ignition wrenches, 8, 9, 10mm.
 +
3.5" adjustable wrench.
 +
Piece of a hacksaw blade.
 +
Allens: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.5, 2.
 +
8mm to 6mm allen adapter.
 +
Spare chain link.
 +
Wrench Force 4-way spoke wrench.
 +
Botle of chain lube (Eye drop containers are very useful for this purpose).
 +
Lip Balm container filled with grease.
 +
Matches sealed in plastic.
 +
2 strips of double-sided tape.
 +
Small Compass and Thermometer/Windchill gauge.
 +
Emergency whistle.
 +
2 tubes of patch glue.
 +
 +
----
 +
 +
http://www.superbbicycle.com/2011/04/07/bag-necessity-emergency-tool-kit/
 +
 +
----
 +
 +
http://oldglorymtb.com/25-essential-tools-for-mountain-bike-repairs-and-maintenance/
 +
 +
----
 +
 +
http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/tools/cycling-tools/tool-kits/product/review-unior-1600e1n-bike-toolbox-12-46583/
 +
 +
----
 +
 +
http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/home-mechanic-tool-list-essentials
 +
 +
===Montague===
 +
 +
* 14mm wrench --- kick stand
 +
 +
===Annotated===
 +
 +
* 10mm flex head ratchet[http://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-mechanics/1063082-useless-worthless-tools-2.html#post18759989]
 +
* 15mm box wrench (for removing/replacing wheels)
 +
* Allen keys
 +
* Pedal wrench/spanner
 +
* BB removing tool
 +
* Chain whip
 +
* Cassette remover
 +
* Grease Degreaser Lube
 +
* chain tool
 +
* cable/housing cutters
 +
* spoke wrench
 +
* torque wrench
 +
* Knipex Cobra, 125mm
 +
 +
===Storage===
 +
 +
* http://www.cagerocket.com/
 +
* http://www.kriega.us/motorcycle-tool-roll/
 +
* http://www.txheritage.net/general-store/
 +
* https://www.newark.com/duratool/d01933/case-assorter-set-of-4/dp/94T5703
 +
 +
===Supplies===
 +
 +
* zip ties
 +
* electrical tape
 +
* large plastic trash bag
 +
* gloves
 +
* hose clamps (incl. one on seat post)
 +
* fiberfix spokes
 +
 +
===Mechanics===
 +
 +
http://www.exploringoverland.com/overland-tech-travel/2013/3/28/the-one-case-tool-kit-part-4.html
 +
 +
===Multitool===
 +
 +
http://www.carryology.com/bags/the-12-best-bike-multi-tools/
 +
 +
* https://bromptonjunction.com/shop/brompton-toolkit/
 +
* http://www.mtbr.com/cat/accessories/tools/cool/tool/prd_353474_152crx.aspx
 +
* http://shop.animalbikes.com/index.php/hard-goods/misc/kotulak-multi-tool.html
 +
* http://www.parktool.com/product/rescue-tool-mtb-3
 +
* https://www.amazon.com/Topeak-60102538-Hexus-II-Multi-tool/dp/B0037N32VG
 +
* http://www.topeak.com/products/Pumps/MiniG
 +
* Crank Brothers m17 and a set of Pedro's levers and a pump
 +
* http://www.performancebike.com/bikes/Product_10052_10551_1104955_-1___000000 Topeak Survival Tool Wedge Pack II
 +
* http://www.topeak.com/products/Mini-Tools/tool_monster
 +
 +
===Bag===
 +
 +
* https://www.bikebagshop.com/banjo-brothers-minnehaha-barrel-bag-p-2630.html
 +
 +
http://www.cryptomuseum.com/crypto/fialka/toolkit.htm
 +
 +
===Storage Organizers===
 +
 +
====Harbor Freight====
 +
 +
* [https://www.harborfreight.com/tool-storage-organization/parts-storage/organizers/multi-compartment-utility-box-40528.html Storehouse 10 Tray Utility Box] --- organizers are 7 in. L x 3-3/4 in. W x 1-1/8 in. H
 +
 +
* [https://www.harborfreight.com/18-divider-storage-container-94456.html Harbor Freight Storehouse 18 Compartment Small Storage Container] --- 9 1/8 in. x 4 7/8 in. x 1 5/16 in.
 +
 +
* [https://www.harborfreight.com/tool-storage-organization/parts-storage/toolbox-organizer-with-4-drawers-68238.html Storehouse Toolbox Organizer with 4 Drawers] --- organizers are 10 1/2 in. L x 6 in. W x 1 3/8 in. H
 +
 +
====Plano====
 +
 +
* 3500 9.13"W x 5"D
 +
** [https://www.planomolding.com/storage/storage-systems/small-rack-organizer Plano Small Rack Organizer] --- fits Plano 3500 organizers
 +
*** [https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/stowaway-utility-boxes/view-all-stowawayr-utility-boxes/prolatch-stowaway-3500 Plano ProLatch® StowAway® (3500)] --- 1.25 --- Four dividers create 5-9 adjustable compartments
 +
* 3600 11"W x 7.25"D --- https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/stowaway-utility-boxes/prolatch?planomolding_stowaway_size=544
 +
** 964 StowAway Organizer Rack --- 11.38-by-10.63-by-7.75-inches --- holds 4
 +
*** [https://www.planomolding.com/storage/utility-boxes/medium-stowaway-3600 Plano Medium Fixed StowAway® (3600)] --- 1.75"H --- 18 compartments
 +
*** [https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/stowaway-utility-boxes/view-all-stowawayr-utility-boxes/prolatch-stowaway-horizontal-3600 ProLatch® StowAway® Horizontal (3600)]
 +
*** [https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/stowaway-utility-boxes/view-all-stowawayr-utility-boxes/prolatch-stowaway-thin-3600 ProLatch® StowAway® Thin (3600)] --- 1.13D --- 4--21 adjustable compartments
 +
*** [https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/stowaway-utility-boxes/view-all-stowawayr-utility-boxes/prolatch-stowaway-deep-3600 ProLatch® StowAway® Deep (3600)] --- 2.75"H --- 3--8 deep, adjustable compartments
 +
*** 3630 – 4-9 adjustable compartments. 2.75"H.
 +
* 3700 14"L x 9"W --- https://www.planomolding.com/fishing/stowaway-utility-boxes/prolatch?planomolding_stowaway_size=545
 +
** 974 StowAway Organizer Rack --- 15.5-by-11.25-by-9.5-inches --- holds 4
 +
** 1374 14.25 x 11.5 --- 4-by Rack System 3700 Size Tackle Box --- holds 4
 +
*** [https://www.planomolding.com/storage/utility-boxes/large-stowaway-3700 Plano Large Fixed StowAway® (3700)] --- H? --- 24 compartments
 +
*** 3700 – 4-24 adjustable compartments. 14"L x 9"W x 1.88"H.
 +
*** 3701 – 5-34 adjustable compartments. Shallow version of the classic 3700 StowAway. 14"L x 9.13"W x 1.38"H.
 +
*** 3705 – 4-16 adjustable compartments. Half the size of a 3700 StowAway. 9"L x 7"W x 2"H.
 +
*** 3707 – One open compartment. 14"L x 8.9"W x 1.88"H
 +
*** 3730 – 4-15 adjustable compartments. Deep version of the calssic 3700 StowAway. Great for pork jars and other large baits. 14"L x 9"W x 3.25"H.
 +
*** 3731 – One deep compartment for ultimate in bulk storage. 14"L x 9.13"W x 3.24"H.
 +
 +
[https://www.planomolding.com/storage/storage-systems/portable-rack-system Plano Portable Rack System]
 +
 +
[https://www.planomolding.com/storage/storage-systems/medium-rack-organizer Plano Medium Rack Organizer] ---  fits 3 ProLatch® StowAway® utility boxes (2 deep, 1 standard)
 +
 +
1354 Stow N Go Tool Box --- fits 4 23500 Series StowAways
 +
 +
1363 Stow N Go Toolbox --- fits 3 trays, 2 deep, 1 shallow
 +
 +
===Software===
 +
 +
* http://winaero.com/blog/how-to-disable-taskbar-preview-thumbnails-in-windows-10/
 +
** http://winaero.com/download.php?view.1796
 +
 +
==Notes==
 +
 +
Platen
 +
 +
https://community.carbide3d.com/t/work-in-progress-greenman-dining-table/7427
 +
 +
https://community.carbide3d.com/t/chippendale-newport-ri-desk-legs/10214
 +
 +
===Reading===
 +
 +
====Jumpstart====
 +
 +
One of my favourite comics:
 +
 +
* Youth and Socrates: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2000/10/02
 +
* lay vs. lie: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/03/13
 +
* less vs. fewer: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/05/20
 +
* could (not) care less: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/07/01
 +
* basically: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/08/16
 +
* first and foremost/me, personally: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/08/17
 +
* doing good vs. well: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/08/19
 +
* misuse of a preposition: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/09/25
 +
* no problem vs. thank you: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/10/09 --- continued: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2001/10/21
 +
* may vs. can when asking a question: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/02/17
 +
* ain't: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/05/06
 +
* response to, "I love you.": https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/05/12
 +
* laying vs. lying: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/06/03
 +
* pronunciation (water vs. warter): https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/07/14
 +
* one of the only (vs. few or many): https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/09/22
 +
* each and every (redundant --- notable for not being the grandmother): https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/10/15
 +
* first, not first annual: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/10/27
 +
* acronym and last word redundant (atm machine, pin number): https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2002/12/15
 +
* more redundancy: personal favorite, grown man: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2004/12/12
 +
** personal favorite redux: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/07/05
 +
* past tense in "Old McDonald's Farm": https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2005/03/06
 +
* guys/gender: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2005/04/10
 +
* Where is pop? https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/13
 +
* even more redundancy: first started: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/14
 +
* try to, not try and: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/15
 +
* its/it's verbal: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/16
 +
* Malcolm X, dictionary, cover to cover: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/17
 +
* pronunciation confrontation: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/18
 +
* poor grammar: how come, basically, little tiny, salmon, ditn't, nu-cu-ler: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/03/26
 +
* what/excuse me: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/06/04
 +
* basically: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/06/18
 +
* temperature not hot: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/08/11
 +
* not you but I: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2006/12/03
 +
* follow close/closely: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/07/03
 +
* first started (correcting grammar) is redundant: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/07/04
 +
* they are legion: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/07/06
 +
* at the end of the day (spam): https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/07/06
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* nursery rhymes: https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/12/03 --- runs through https://www.gocomics.com/jumpstart/2007/12/08
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==CNCtable==
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\documentclass[9pt,oneside,onecolumn]{memoir}
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\usepackage{booktabs}
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%\setlength{\paperheight}{32in}
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%\setlength{\paperwidth}{32in}
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\setstocksize{32in}{32in}
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\settrimmedsize{\stockheight}{\stockwidth}{*}
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\settrims{1in}{1in}
 +
\setlength{\trimtop}{\stockheight} % \trimtop = \stockheight
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\addtolength{\trimtop}{-\paperheight} % - \paperheight
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\setlength{\trimedge}{\stockwidth} % \trimedge = \stockwidth
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\addtolength{\trimedge}{-\paperwidth} % - \paperwidth
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\settypeblocksize{31in}{31in}{*}
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\setlrmargins{*}{*}{1}
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\setulmargins{*}{*}{1}
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\checkandfixthelayout
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\setlength{\parindent}{0bp}
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\setlength{\tabcolsep}{8.625pt}
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\begin{document}
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\begin{tabular}{lcccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc} 
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\toprule
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%\multicolumn{2}{c}{Item} \\
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Feed & 3600 & 3750 & 4000 & 4500 & 5000 & 5900 & 6000 & 6111 & 6250 & 6300 & 6500 & 7200 & 7300 & 7400 & 7500 & 7800 & 8000 & 8403 & 8800 & 9000 & 9100 & 9200 & 9470 & 10172.5 & 10875 & 11577.5 & 12280 & 13427.5 & 145755 & 15820 & 16105 & 16390 & 166755 & 16960 & 17457.5 & 17955 & 18452.5 & 18950 & 19532.5 & 20115 & 20697.5 & 21280 & 22027.5 & 22775 & 23522.5 & 24270 & 24972.5 & 25675 & 26377.5 & 27080 & 27726.25 & 28417.5 & 29108.75 & 29800\\
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%\cmidrule(r){1-2}
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%Animal    & Description & Price (\$) \\
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\midrule
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75\\
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1016\\
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1066.8\\
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1117.6\\
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1270\\
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\bottomrule
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\end{tabular}
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\vfill
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2540
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\end{document}
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==Speculation==
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Thanks. That was all from the wiki though.
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This is long and rambling 'cause I haven't had a cup of tea or coffee yet and initially misread the query and I'm not in mood to delete all that I've written. It includes some speculation, 'cause I don't know any more than anyone else, or what has been publicly stated. Hopefully it will be helpful and informative. If not, ignore it.
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Sending G-code is a simple process --- you can do it w/ a terminal program, I'd much rather the effort was all unified into a single stack of modular programs, but I guess modern computer architecture doesn't support that.
 +
 +
There was never any real discussion of making Universal G-Code Sender the default, it was a unilateral decision by Edward back when we were doing the SO2 docs. As I've noted elsewhere, I mislike Java, so am biased and try not to say more than that. It certainly works well for people who can run Java on their machines, and has some nice features.
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 +
I suspect we may get a new control / code sender program, possibly derived from the Carbide Motion program --- but nothing official has been said to indicate or support this, just that Edward has had better software on his to-do list for a while, and I can't think of anything else which could require so much time.
 +
 +
Tl;dr --- currently I'm most familiar w/ and use http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Grbl_Controller
 +
 +
Remember the old saw:
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 +
- good
 +
- cheap
 +
- fast
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Pick any two.
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That applies here. Most of the opensource options have clunky interface options and weird little difficulties w/ their output. While philosophically, I'd like to limit myself to opensource, I find myself drawing most things in Freehand, simply because nothing else is as efficient and as precise, let alone elegant. If my NeXT Cube was still working, I'd probably still be using Altsys Virtuoso.
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Inkscape and MakerCAM and GRbl Controller work for me, albeit w/ the odd crash (running MC locally helps) and the need to trim files after the fact (yeah, it's supposed to happen automatically, I'd rather just do it up front).
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Presumably MeshCAM, since it's done by a Carbide3D partner will be well-supported --- it is integrated into and included with their smaller, pre-assembled machine, the Nomad883.
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Sig
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Shapeoko 1 #364R “Watchmaker” w/NEMA17s, ¼″ driveshaft, alu spacers, double MakerSlide(375mm) X-, Acme Screw Z-, 1M Y-Axis
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Ingratitude perverts all the measures of religion and society, by making it dangerous to be charitable and good-natured.
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--- Aesop's Fables

Latest revision as of 15:07, 18 April 2020

Got tired of seeing my name in red in the recent changes....

I'm a graphic designer who purchased a (used) ShapeOko w/ the intention of automating some woodworking projects and extending my capabilities, esp. hoping to build my own custom brass hardware (and tools) so as to not be limited to what's available for purchase commercially.

I'm an admin on the wiki here, so glad to help out w/ any edits or other issues.

Author of The Rules of ShapeOko.

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Rework materials feeds and speeds page with horizontal table structure:

SO3 1/4 | SO3 1/8 | Nomad 1/8 | SO2

CNC notes: https://colab.research.google.com/drive/1uqRD28E_T_3h4ZR2fU-DM54-T2g3wkG8

Contents

¼″ Drive Shaft Upgrade

  • ¼″ pulley
  • ¼″ aluminum rod
  • ¼″ flanged bearing (use a tapered reamer to enlarge the hole to 13/16″ so that the bearing fits directly, alternately make a bearing plate out of a dimensionally stable material such as hdPe))
  • 5mm--¼″ coupler
  • 4 7/32″ 1.5″ roll pins and 4 ½″ aluminum spacers (used as motor stand-offs) --- will eventually replace w/ 2″ roll pin
  • 4 M3 screws 50mm long
  • an assortment of washers

Other Upgrades

Since implemented double MakerSlide X-Axis, Acme Screw Z-axis and 1m Y upgrades.

  • drill new holes to rotate X and Y motors 45 degrees --- DONE!
  • drill new holes in X gantry plate to invert belt --- DONE!
  • use 10 1″ spacers for carriage--gantry plate --- DONE! but they wouldn't fit over the nifty new bolts, so had to use pan head screws and only used 6 spacers and an assortment of washers
  • enlarge motor shaft hole in Y motor plate to accommodate moving pulley to outside --- DONE! Will test and see if it needs a thrust bearing or something.
  • use ¼″ music wire and 1 ¼″ steel bar for Y-axis belt anchors --- DONE --- tried single track shelf wall standard instead of music wire --- didn't like it, but spare length of ¼″ aluminum rod worked,
  • use short lengths of single track shelf wall standards for X-axis belt anchors --- DONE --- but a hole needs to be enlarged --- DONE
  • run wiring --- DONE!
  • make a nice enclosure of Lego bricks --- DONE (but see below)
  • dust collection --- pick up Dremel EZ Twist Nose Cap and use it to hold a fashioned dust shoe in place --- DONE!
    99cent dust shoe installed.JPG
  • arrange and secure power cords, secure power strip --- DONE!
  • Go tool shopping (DONE!):
    • 1/16, 2.5mm and 4mm hex keys (36+67+81 @ True Value, but they're not ball end, so must be replaced)
    • fine tip screwdriver ($4.79 @ True Value --- replaced w/ a Starrett 559B)
    • 8mm open end wrench ($4.99 @ Sears)
  • Make nice fitted tool insert for cigar box --- DESIGNED --- just need to puzzle out extruding and differencing the tools ---Puzzled out --- next CAM and milling --- DONE Wfa-so-toolbox.jpg
  • make a nicer fitted insert for the cigar box cut out of basswood and lined w/ flocking and felt --- DONE
Current state, more-or-less

Alternative spindles

Picked up a 1/8" Elaire Corp. collet for a Makita RT070x router --- and a router to match. Working on a mount / dust shoe: http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=3658


Harbor Freight ¼″ trim router

Worked up a mount and dust shoe set-up for a Harbor Freight ¼″ trim router:

Wfa-hf-dust-shoe-parts.jpg

Wfa-hf-dust-shoe-mounted.jpg

3D Printer Extruder

Mount extruder on SO1:

  • E3D Lite
  • Smoothieboard Azteeg X5 mini
  • power supply --- 24V --- buy new Meanwell, swap w/ Ordbot (and rebuild latter)

mount an extruder:

Notes on wiring up a hot-end: http://numbersixreprap.blogspot.ie/2012/07/hot-end.html

Need:

Wfa-so2-extruder-mounting.jpg

Configuration:


Calibration notes

extruded filament width ~= 0.016" (0.4064mm) -- 0.0175" (0.4445mm)

0.5mm thin wall box (sliced solid) --- wall thickness ~= 0.020" (0.508mm) -- 0.030" (0.762mm) --- the latter number seems to be from mis-aligned layers --- need to tighten up the Z-axis carriage.

Z-axis layers:

1/2560*200*3 == 0.234375
1/2560*200*2 == 0.15625

3D Printing

http://www.instructables.com/id/PRINTTABLE-the-Affordable-Attractive-IKEA-Lack-Tab/

Ordbot

Ordbot Quantum w/Pico 0.35/1.75mm, Azteeg X5 mini v3 and Viki 2 LCD

Reference: http://www.buildlog.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ord:wiring

http://www.robotronics.com.au/web/ordbot-hadron-what-else-do-i-need-complete-3d-printer

http://www.buildlog.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=2484

http://www.buildlog.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ord:slic3er_settings

http://www.buildlog.net/wiki/doku.php?id=ord:software

https://burnsed.wordpress.com/2013/04/21/viki-lcd/


Azteeg X5 mini v2

pins (i.e., gamma_en_pin did not have ! after? 0.21! )

Projects

https://storelistt.com/products/2019-the-most-versatile-and-portable-design-tool

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:140048

https://www.reddit.com/r/Reprap/comments/3j7dki/i_made_a_custom_size_heated_bed/

http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?223428-Holding-Without-A-Vise --- board claw

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1016916

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1004925

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:988404

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:971205

Folding bookshelf sized for paperback books.

https://fun-toy.shop/collections/creative-toys/products/the-magic-butterfly-color-random?variant=22808017403968

Bicycle

http://www.pedalroom.com/bike/montague-swissbike-x50-blacked-out-30784

http://www.torontocycles.com/Selling/Titanium_Bolts.html

Case or fairing: https://christinedemerchant.com/coroplast-scoring-cutting-gluing.html

Bicycle Designs

http://www.tuvie.com/self-rechargeable-folding-bike-bicx-makes-riding-fun/

https://www.geekalerts.com/if-mode-folding-bicycle/

https://www.behance.net/gallery/5128361/Grasshopper-The-recumbent-tricycle

https://ebike-news.de/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/300113045230uumf.jpg

https://www.designboom.com/readers/slogdesign-feddz-electric-bike-01-22-2018/

Programming

https://developers.google.com/blockly/guides/overview

Tersus

YAWL

http://drakon-editor.sourceforge.net/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DRAKON

http://www.korduene.com/

http://thyrd.org/thyrd/

https://github.com/tumcms/TUM.CMS.VPLControl

https://www.shinoe.org/cameleon/

http://wiki.c2.com/?GraphicalProgrammingLanguage

Design into 3D

How to Design and Build Anything

Other things to make

https://www.leevalley.com/en-ca/shop/tools/hand-tools/marking-and-measuring/bevels/74045-angle-transfer-tool

https://www.woodmagazine.com/woodworking-how-to/joinery/miters/three-way-miter-joints

References

https://openlibrary.org/authors/OL1278183A/Paul_N._Hasluck?page=1 https://openlibrary.org/authors/OL1278183A/Paul_N._Hasluck?page=2

http://archive.boston.com/news/globe/ideas/articles/2005/01/30/how_to_make_almost_anything/

https://books.google.com/books?id=ZxsstAEACAAJ&dq=woodworker+handybook&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiqwLvfvKfhAhVIjlkKHYr3CN0Q6AEwAHoECAAQAQ --- https://www.grit.com/tools/how-to-build-anything-19th-century-advice-for-the-21st-century

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-design-almost-anything/

https://www.popularmechanics.com/home/how-to/g1600/how-to-make-anything/

Materials to try

Finishing: https://www.penofin.com/wood-stains/marine-oil-finish-wood-stain

Tips

Hardware to try

Plano Organizers

3500 - 8.75 x 4.25 x 1.25

3705 - 8.75 x 6.375 x 1.75

3600 - 10.5 x 6.85 x 1.625

Remaining things to do:

Drag knife http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:176025


Sooner

  • add connectors / wiring to SO1 to match Ordbot
  • work out management for Makita power cord and vacuum hose --- build handle arrangement using hanger fixtures and strapping, use pipe or closet rod for handle
  • figure out how to invert belts on X-axis --- probably will do this by getting M5 hex bolts and grinding off a side so that they fit snugly against the side of the motor
  • make a nicer enclosure of Lego bricks --- need to hide away the wires for the p.s. and fan inside the enclosure DONE --- TODO add transparent bit for power LED, add push through stick for reset button
  • replace remaining nylon spacers w/ metal, use 2″ 7/32″ roll pins as stand-offs for Y-axis motor (replacing 1.5″ pins and ½″ aluminum spacers) use 1.5″ pins on spindle mount

Later

  • drill new holes in X gantry plate for second pair of bolts
  • sound enclosure
  • replace standard carriage plate w/ steel version
  • replace Z-axis delrin blocks w/ aluminum

Maybe Eventually

  • replace zip ties w/ cable drag chain
  • drill holes and fasten X-axis MakerSlide together or use Kbot3d's Makerslide Joining Clips
  • maybe re-work belt position, maybe use cable clamps instead of zip ties

Done

  • drill new holes for side vice, mount new T-nuts (or use threaded inserts) --- DONE
  • design nicer / larger / roomier / easier-to-install transparency dust shoe --- DONE

Diamond, Circle, Square

Results (w/ Dremel 4000 and short bit)

  • Diamond 1.278, 1.273, 1.277, 1.270 avg. 1.2745 (==1.39194 less runout) ==2.98298mm
  • Circle 1.841″, 1.840, 1.85, 1.842, 1.840, 1.851, 1.2842, 1.840 avg. 1.84325 (==1.9685 less runout) ==3.18135mm
  • Square 1.843″, 1.839, 1.843, 1.838 avg. 1.84075(==1.9685 less runout)==3.24485mm

Observations

  • Mount piece right (nice) side up
  • re-work G-code to cut deeper? Check Z 9.1948/9.0678 total diff 1.651/1.524 7.5438 circle diff 1.1938 6.35 square diff 1.2192 5.1308 --- CHECKED --- Z had wrong setting in Grbl --- FIXED
  • Add orientation marks to code
  • dust shoe tends to collapse --- add a right angle / elbow inset to focus the vacuum where it's needed and provide more structure and direction to the air --- DONE --- run vacuum on lowest setting --- HELPS --- monitor vacuum and turn off / on or increase speed temporarily to clear things

Projects

https://www.reddit.com/r/3Dprinting/comments/4nu4sz/rubber_band_gun_designed_to_dismantle_for/

Enclosure

pocket 3 diam 3.175 depth -2.25 safety 3 surface 0 step over 30% down 1.25 roughing 0 feed 710 plunge 355

profile 4 diam 3.175 depth -5 outside safety 3 surface -2.25 down 1.5 roughing 0 feed 710 plunge 355

Calipers

Brass

Diameter 3.175mm Depth 0.2mm Step over 50% Feed 213.446mm plunge 26.681mm RPM 8403 (setting 1 on Makita ~9470rpm)

Workholding

Fixture for boxes

centered origin, wedges for workholding.

Box joint fixture

Three parts:

  • thick board clamped to Wasteboard w/ two cross dowels and pocket to hold board in alignment
  • board w/ matching pockets to hold second board at 90 degrees vertical off front of machine
  • board of known thickness and matching pockets in width w/ hole in center to receive endmill so as to align

Dust Shoe

http://www.eplastics.com/Plastic/Lexan_Polycarbonate_Tube/Clear-Polycarbonate-Rigid-Tubing-1-1-8-ID-x-1-1-4-OD-x-1-16-Wall-x-8ft

MeshCAM

  1. load file OK
  2. specified desired file type (Flip Job)
  3. scale to desired size (Geometry | Scale Geometry | 0.33 | OK)
  4. CAM | Define Stock | Fixed Size XY (X:2in, Y 3in) Fixed Size Z (Z:1in)
  5. CAM | Set Program Zero | center, top
  6. Add supports (middle of geometry, as needed)
  7. CAM | 3D Toolpath

Notes

SVG and interface

https://prideout.net/blog/svg_wireframes/

svg-box-generator-master https://github.com/bumblebeefr/svg-box-generator/blob/master/index.html

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/2941189/how-to-overlay-one-div-over-another-div

Inkscape

http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=2930&start=10#p22311

pyspread

Original Grbl Settings

(This is for the AtomCNC board running Grbl 0.8a)

$0 = 174.98
$1 = 174.98
$2 = 377.89
$3 = 30
$4 = 500
$5 = 500
$6 = 0.10
$7 = 136 !?!
$8 = 15.00
$9 = 0.05

Nomad 883 Pro

Serial #596, delivered and set up 3 January 2017

Notebook

  • Wrench --- alu. composite
  • tool box
    • lid --- pine
    • base --- basswood

Log

(534): <- ok
(533): <- $132=100.000
(532): <- $131=250.000
(531): <- $130=250.000
(530): <- $122=270.000
(529): <- $121=270.000
(528): <- $120=270.000
(527): <- $112=1270.000
(526): <- $111=2600.000
(525): <- $110=2600.000
(524): <- $102=200.000
(523): <- $101=200.000
(522): <- $100=200.000
(521): <- $32=0
(520): <- $31=2000
(519): <- $30=10000
(518): <- $27=5.000
(517): <- $26=25
(516): <- $25=1000.000
(515): <- $24=100.000
(514): <- $23=0
(513): <- $22=1
(512): <- $21=1
(511): <- $20=0
(510): <- $13=0
(509): <- $12=0.010
(508): <- $11=0.020
(507): <- $10=3
(506): <- $6=0
(505): <- $5=0
(504): <- $4=0
(503): <- $3=1
(502): <- $2=0
(501): <- $1=255
(500): <- $0=10
(499): -> $$

Misc.

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:882339

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:728871

http://geargenerator.com/#288,288,96,6,1,1,6533.100000001039,2,1,16,4,4,27,-90,0,0,200,50,4,27,-90,0,0,2,527

http://www.knowhave.com/gear/rack.php

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1645390

ShapeOko 3

https://www.moonsindustries.com/p/nema-23-high-precision-hybrid-stepper-motors/ms23ha8p4150-000004611110015314

newmachine

Assembled 9 February 2019, tested 10 February 2019

Home/Limit switches

Home/Limit switches --- DONE installed Tim Foreman's nifty kit

Touch Plate

Touch plate. DONE --- improve plate part w/ a spring-loaded disk and nice housing --- create multi-function device which also works as a touch probe

Headless

Wireless --- use Raspberry Pi mounted to gantry to control the Carbide Motion Board --- use Bluetooth Wii Remote as pendant

Wider Belts

Upgrade XY belts to 9mm Belt anchors and idlers will work as is. Needs new belts and pulleys. --- DONE

test / comparison cuts w/ 6mm


B.O.M.

Should add spacers and longer bolts to Y-axis to match X.

Vendors

Alternative: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:194586

Z

Print new pulley: http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/download/file.php?id=5432 http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=37&t=6044&p=48685#p48685

https://sdp-si.com/eStore/Catalog/Group/342# A 6R51M258060 Single Sided 2 mm (GT2) 258 6 Neoprene Fiberglass 516

Base

Base: http://www.woodcraft.com/product/152976/baltic-birch-plywood-18-mm34-x-30-x-48.aspx


Wasteboard

Purchased:

T-Track: http://www.woodcraft.com/product/159896/woodriver-48-length-standard-14-ttrack.aspx --- cut into 16" lengths

PVC:

Cut down 2'x4' MDF for spacer: http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/File:WFA_SO3_xl_spacer_and_T-track.gif

Considered:

PVC: http://www.homedepot.com/p/AZEK-Trim-3-4-in-x-4-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Traditional-Trim-PVC-Board-ART10005096/202657359

Primed MDF: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Primed-MDF-Board-Common-11-16-in-x-3-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Actual-0-669-in-x-3-5-in-x-96-in-242738/100061915 http://www.homedepot.com/p/Primed-MDF-Board-Common-11-16-in-x-2-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Actual-0-669-in-x-2-5-in-x-96-in-1702328/202712031 http://www.homedepot.com/p/Primed-MDF-Board-Common-11-16-in-x-5-1-2-in-x-8-ft-Actual-0-669-in-x-5-5-in-x-96-in-1702368/202712037

Aluminum extrusion

https://www.grainger.com/product/80-20-Framing-Extrusion-29NZ86

https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-4-ft-6061-Aluminum-Angle-Stock-2EYT7

https://www.grainger.com/product/GRAINGER-APPROVED-Round-6MYP8

use angle trimmed flush and with screws and openings machined into it: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Everbilt-3-4-in-x-96-in-Aluminum-Angle-with-1-8-in-Thick-802647/204273990 --- screw through to secure.

Alternative? https://www.lowes.com/pd/CRAFTSMAN-VersaTrack-White-Composite-Multipurpose-Storage-Rail-System/1000756414

Vacuum

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bucket-Head-5-gal-1-75-Peak-HP-Wet-Dry-Vac-BH0100/202017218

http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=2135

2 x http://www.homedepot.com/p/The-Home-Depot-5-gal-Homer-Bucket-3-Pack-05GLHD2/100672960?MERCH=REC-_-PIPHorizontal1_rr-_-202017218-_-100672960-_-N

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Leaktite-5-gal-Screw-Top-Lid-5GAMMA6/203205720#.UlnIYFDj3kw

http://www.homedepot.com/p/Charlotte-Pipe-1-1-4-in-PVC-Sch-40-90-Degree-S-x-S-Elbow-PVC023001200HD/203812127 --- one for vacuum inside bucket

two 120 degree elbows for vacuum connection

two straight couplers for hose connection --- run through center of lid --- ensure top of extension wand is lower than handle

two lengths of PVC pipe

extension wand to couple --- cut in half, one connects to vacuum, other to hose

Other

https://us.misumi-ec.com/vona2/detail/110302692660/?Inch=0&CategorySpec=00000042733%3A%3Ab

https://us.misumi-ec.com/vona2/detail/110302691960/?Inch=0&CategorySpec=00000042730%3A%3A40x80%0900000042733%3A%3Ab%0900000042719%3A%3Ac

Work up 3D printed design for centering vise angled table jig? Way to mount workpieces to front of machine at 45 (and other) degree angles to cut joints?

Work up design for 4th axis, repurposing spare motor for rotational axis --- control electronics?

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:624625

Acme screw

4th axis

http://www.deansphotographica.com/machining/projects/minichuck/minichuck1.html http://www.omc-stepperonline.com/gear-ratio-1001-planetary-gearbox-nema-17-stepper-motor-17hs191684spg100-p-46.html

Grbl

X:100/100.62*40 == 39.7535281 round to 39.754

Y:100/100.49*40 == 39.8049557 round to 39.805


Grbl settings:

(1554): <- $132=80.000
(1553): <- $131=465.000
(1552): <- $130=425.000
(1551): <- $122=400.000
(1550): <- $121=400.000
(1549): <- $120=400.000
(1548): <- $112=5000.000
(1547): <- $111=5000.000
(1546): <- $110=5000.000
(1545): <- $102=39.4805195
(1544): <- $101=39.9630342
(1543): <- $100=39.9580441
(1542): <- $32=0
(1541): <- $31=0
(1540): <- $30=1000
(1539): <- $27=5.000
(1538): <- $26=25
(1537): <- $25=1000.000
(1536): <- $24=100.000
(1535): <- $23=0
(1534): <- $22=1
(1533): <- $21=0
(1532): <- $20=0
(1531): <- $13=0
(1530): <- $12=0.010
(1529): <- $11=0.020
(1528): <- $10=255
(1527): <- $6=0
(1526): <- $5=0
(1525): <- $4=0
(1524): <- $3=6
(1523): <- $2=0
(1522): <- $1=255
(1521): <- $0=10

Positioning centered at the front of the wasteboard, just above the worksurface:

X = -211.500
Y = -359.000
Z = -41.200

Vector apps

GraviT

http://www.neowin.net/news/gravit-10-rc1

https://www.maketecheasier.com/gravit-new-design-tool-for-linux/

http://libregraphicsworld.org/blog/entry/quasado-opensources-gravit-web-based-design-tool

https://www.maketecheasier.com/gravit-new-design-tool-for-linux/

Communication / Control Program Ideas

Rework: GUIGcodeWriter_1.0.py --- https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1FDV9G7idL0OE5MVDlCN0NKNTQ/edit?usp=sharing

Potential Toolkits:

To do:

  • collect screen grabs of extant comm/control programs
  • see if GUIGcodeWriter_1.0.py can actually communicate on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux (running on a Raspberry Pi)

or, just use bCNC.

Tools

http://www.highlandwoodworking.com/woodworkingtoollist.aspx

Tools to buy:

  • brass clamps

Toolmaking:

Consider (or bought):

Consider:

Elemental:

Essentials

http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?242570-I-need-some-hand-tool-shop-advice&p=2550504#post2550504

  1. Jack Plane
  2. set of Bench Chisels; should probably include at least a 1/4" and 3/4".
  3. a good Tenon saw, or dovetail saw. These will work for joinery as well as crosscuts and basically anything except ripping long lengths to size. You can also get a rip saw if you really want to. Don't bother with a crosscut; though you probably already have one anyway.
  4. a drill. You could opt for gimlets and a bit and brace, or egg-beater style hand drill. A conventional electric drill may be the cheapest option though.
  5. a file and rasp. A 4-in-1 rasp will handle most of your shaping needs, and I like a half-round file as well.
  6. a scraper. Cabinet, or card scraper. Just something to smooth surfaces that are prone to tearout.

https://www.reddit.com/r/handtools/comments/4ilkfz/48_wooden_moulding_planes_vs_stanley_4555_vs/d3079jm

Minimalist Set

  1. Stanley #1 Odd Jobs
  2. Stanley #62 four fold rule
  3. Jack Plane
  4. smoothing plane
  5. Stanley #12-250 combination plane
  6. block plane
  7. Bench Chisels: 1/8, 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 1", 1.5"
  8. dovetail saw and guide
  9. magnetic guide saw
  10. job saw and miter box
  11. Japanese flush cut saw
  12. screwdriver and bit set and Yankee screwdriver
  13. gimlets and a bit and brace and egg-beater style hand drill and bits and Archimedes drill
  14. flat file, 4-in-1 rasp, half-round file, needle file set and handles
  15. card scraper set
  16. gun smithing hammer
  17. machinist hammer w/ magnifying glass
  18. Starrett screwdrivers
  19. calipers
  20. needle nose pliers and snips
  21. General drill gauge
  22. Japanese marking knife
  23. countersink
  24. sliding bevel
  25. widow’s tooth
  26. deadblow mallet
  27. plane cap screwdriver
  28. marking gauge (shop made, pin style)
  29. double-ended pocket marking gauge
  30. veneer saw

Probably remove

  1. Zona razor saw and guide

Consider adding

  1. 3" Knew Concepts Alum. Fret Saw
  2. Gouge
  3. https://advanced-machinery.myshopify.com/products/rali-ralimatic-hobby-plane?variant=32897951494

Replace

  1. nail set set with Japanese Nail Set http://www.leevalley.com/US/wood/page.aspx?p=40379&cat=1,53193&ap=1 or http://www.amazon.com/Shark-Corp-21-2301-Nail-Set/dp/B00004TBQH

Combination Tool Set

Roundwork

http://www.cylindermill.com/

Threading

Combination Tools

Styles of combination tools:

  • Multiple tips / recesses --- Classic example is a double-ended wrench. More complex examples are the T-shaped tools used for specialties such as chainsaws or skateboards
  • removable parts --- e.g., a 3-in-1 plane which goes from shoulder to bull-nose to chisel, similarly, a gunsmithing hammer w/ screwdrivers hidden w/in the handle
  • folding / mechanisms --- the Swiss Army Knife (arguably a subset of the above). This also allows for more complex mechanisms such as the folding pliers of the original Leatherman Pocket Survival Tool

Workshop

http://www.rockler.com/3-8-beadlock-basic-starter-kit

Laptop bag

3/16 hex will remove the grip from an ar15. Torx t20 and 25 are very popular. The largest slotted bit fits a bunch of gun screws. Ph0 and ph1 are very handy too.

Bits

http://www.scoutleatherco.com/product/hex-bit-driver-limited-edition or http://burnleyknives.com/product/hex-bit-driver-and-tool-roll-set/

Saw nuts: https://www.toolsforworkingwood.com/store/dept/TI/item/GT-SNSD

JIS: http://www.mossmiata.com/Shop/ViewProducts.aspx?PlateIndexID=123757&SortOrder=10

Chapman Master Set: http://chapmanmfg.com/products/master-kit-5575

Screwdriver reference links

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_screw_drives

https://diy.stackexchange.com/questions/13824/understanding-us-screw-sizes

http://www.wlfuller.com/html/wood_screw_chart.html

https://www.engineersedge.com/screw_threads_chart.htm

https://handycrowd.com/screws-explained-gauge-size-pilot-holes-and-wall-plugs/

https://i.stack.imgur.com/hU5Sx.jpg

EDC

http://www.countycomm.com/pilotflask.html http://www.countycomm.com/torqkey.html http://www.countycomm.com/eodrtool.html http://www.countycomm.com/tiwhistle.html http://www.countycomm.com/tubaton.html http://www.countycomm.com/multibitlarge.html http://countycomm.com/1x4deluxdriver.html

http://www.widowmakerknives.us/Custom-Kiridashi-p/kdi.htm

http://forum.multitool.org/index.php?topic=745.0

Bike

http://www.802bikeguy.com/bicycle-tools/

https://www.reddit.com/r/bicycling/comments/3phlss/chapman_bike_tools/

http://www.parktool.com/product/big-blue-book-of-bicycle-repair-3rd-edition-BBB-3 https://sutherlandsbicycle.com/product/repair-manual-7th-edition-book-cd/

https://www.reddit.com/r/bicycletouring/comments/4629br/im_trying_to_build_the_ultimate_touring_tool_kit/?

http://www.competitivecyclist.com/Store/catalog/fitCalculatorBike.jsp#results

https://wvcycling.wordpress.com/2010/03/01/essential-list-for-your-bike-repair-tool-kit/

http://www.bikeforums.net/bicycle-mechanics/41214-mountain-bike-tool-kit.html

To start[3]

  • L allens
  • screw drivers
  • pliers
  • wrenches
  • slick honey type of lube for cables and a park tool chain lube (you can use this on many things besides the chain)
  • a nice spoke wrench

http://blogericious.blogspot.com/2007/06/altoids-tin-toolkit.html

  • Altoids tin toolkit. I carry a tube, patchkit and pump/CO2 as well.

Allen wrenches, a full run from 2 to 8mm. Wrench Force wrench with 8mm and 10mm and caplifter. 2 tire levers, one has Duct tape wrapped around it. A shimano wrench that fits 9mm, crank dustcaps, and chainring bolt rears. WTB chaintool with bailingwire wrapped around handle. Small half-round file. Short length of hacksaw blade. SeberTech M4 tool, pliers and wire cutters will cut 2mm brake cable, also has blade, bottle opener, tweezers, small file, phillips and straight screwdrivers. 3 Topeak dog-bone spoke wrenches cover all common sizes. Presta to Schraeder valve adapter. Shimano chain pin. Master link for chain. Spare chainlink. Spare chainring bolt. Spare waterbottle bolt and nut. Spare cleat bolt. A wet-nap to clean up with afterwards.

http://blogericious.blogspot.com/2007/05/extended-tour-toolkit.html

  • 2 tire levers, shortened, with duct tape.

Shortened ballpoint pen (marks puncture location on tube also). Half-round file. Craftsman ignition wrenches, 8, 9, 10mm. 3.5" adjustable wrench. Piece of a hacksaw blade. Allens: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.5, 2. 8mm to 6mm allen adapter. Spare chain link. Wrench Force 4-way spoke wrench. Botle of chain lube (Eye drop containers are very useful for this purpose). Lip Balm container filled with grease. Matches sealed in plastic. 2 strips of double-sided tape. Small Compass and Thermometer/Windchill gauge. Emergency whistle. 2 tubes of patch glue.


http://www.superbbicycle.com/2011/04/07/bag-necessity-emergency-tool-kit/


http://oldglorymtb.com/25-essential-tools-for-mountain-bike-repairs-and-maintenance/


http://www.bikeradar.com/road/gear/category/tools/cycling-tools/tool-kits/product/review-unior-1600e1n-bike-toolbox-12-46583/


http://www.parktool.com/blog/repair-help/home-mechanic-tool-list-essentials

Montague

  • 14mm wrench --- kick stand

Annotated

  • 10mm flex head ratchet[4]
  • 15mm box wrench (for removing/replacing wheels)
  • Allen keys
  • Pedal wrench/spanner
  • BB removing tool
  • Chain whip
  • Cassette remover
  • Grease Degreaser Lube
  • chain tool
  • cable/housing cutters
  • spoke wrench
  • torque wrench
  • Knipex Cobra, 125mm

Storage

Supplies

  • zip ties
  • electrical tape
  • large plastic trash bag
  • gloves
  • hose clamps (incl. one on seat post)
  • fiberfix spokes

Mechanics

http://www.exploringoverland.com/overland-tech-travel/2013/3/28/the-one-case-tool-kit-part-4.html

Multitool

http://www.carryology.com/bags/the-12-best-bike-multi-tools/

Bag

http://www.cryptomuseum.com/crypto/fialka/toolkit.htm

Storage Organizers

Harbor Freight

Plano

Plano Portable Rack System

Plano Medium Rack Organizer --- fits 3 ProLatch® StowAway® utility boxes (2 deep, 1 standard)

1354 Stow N Go Tool Box --- fits 4 23500 Series StowAways

1363 Stow N Go Toolbox --- fits 3 trays, 2 deep, 1 shallow

Software

Notes

Platen

https://community.carbide3d.com/t/work-in-progress-greenman-dining-table/7427

https://community.carbide3d.com/t/chippendale-newport-ri-desk-legs/10214

Reading

Jumpstart

One of my favourite comics:

CNCtable

\documentclass[9pt,oneside,onecolumn]{memoir} \usepackage{booktabs}

%\setlength{\paperheight}{32in} %\setlength{\paperwidth}{32in}

\setstocksize{32in}{32in} \settrimmedsize{\stockheight}{\stockwidth}{*} \settrims{1in}{1in} \setlength{\trimtop}{\stockheight} % \trimtop = \stockheight \addtolength{\trimtop}{-\paperheight} % - \paperheight \setlength{\trimedge}{\stockwidth} % \trimedge = \stockwidth \addtolength{\trimedge}{-\paperwidth} % - \paperwidth \settypeblocksize{31in}{31in}{*} \setlrmargins{*}{*}{1} \setulmargins{*}{*}{1} \checkandfixthelayout

\setlength{\parindent}{0bp} \setlength{\tabcolsep}{8.625pt}

\begin{document}


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\bottomrule \end{tabular} \vfill 2540 \end{document}

Speculation

Thanks. That was all from the wiki though.

This is long and rambling 'cause I haven't had a cup of tea or coffee yet and initially misread the query and I'm not in mood to delete all that I've written. It includes some speculation, 'cause I don't know any more than anyone else, or what has been publicly stated. Hopefully it will be helpful and informative. If not, ignore it.

Sending G-code is a simple process --- you can do it w/ a terminal program, I'd much rather the effort was all unified into a single stack of modular programs, but I guess modern computer architecture doesn't support that.

There was never any real discussion of making Universal G-Code Sender the default, it was a unilateral decision by Edward back when we were doing the SO2 docs. As I've noted elsewhere, I mislike Java, so am biased and try not to say more than that. It certainly works well for people who can run Java on their machines, and has some nice features.

I suspect we may get a new control / code sender program, possibly derived from the Carbide Motion program --- but nothing official has been said to indicate or support this, just that Edward has had better software on his to-do list for a while, and I can't think of anything else which could require so much time.

Tl;dr --- currently I'm most familiar w/ and use http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/Grbl_Controller

Remember the old saw:

- good
- cheap
- fast

Pick any two.

That applies here. Most of the opensource options have clunky interface options and weird little difficulties w/ their output. While philosophically, I'd like to limit myself to opensource, I find myself drawing most things in Freehand, simply because nothing else is as efficient and as precise, let alone elegant. If my NeXT Cube was still working, I'd probably still be using Altsys Virtuoso.

Inkscape and MakerCAM and GRbl Controller work for me, albeit w/ the odd crash (running MC locally helps) and the need to trim files after the fact (yeah, it's supposed to happen automatically, I'd rather just do it up front).

Presumably MeshCAM, since it's done by a Carbide3D partner will be well-supported --- it is integrated into and included with their smaller, pre-assembled machine, the Nomad883.

Sig

Shapeoko 1 #364R “Watchmaker” w/NEMA17s, ¼″ driveshaft, alu spacers, double MakerSlide(375mm) X-, Acme Screw Z-, 1M Y-Axis

Ingratitude perverts all the measures of religion and society, by making it dangerous to be charitable and good-natured. --- Aesop's Fables