Submitted by Laust Nielsen on Mon, 12/15/2014 - 13:43
We are four pupils from Kirsebaerhavens Skole in Valby, Copenhagen - Denmark. The entire class will spend four days at the Fablab at KulturValby.Today, the first day we´ve scanned one another´s torsos. Our teachers divided us into groups and we won the 3D scan. The world isn´t flad and 2 dimensional, but has many dimensions.
making this box with boxmaker in wood
cutting it out on the laser, and cuting out the form of the leafs.
ingraving plexiglas with a design made by me.
fitting the plexiglas into the wood, needed speciel care. Since they are to different materials.
so the poly is made slightly bigger, than the cut-out wood-leaf.form.
for a 3mm thickness in both wood and poly, I did the wood size 100 &
and the poly size 100,5 %
no kerf settings.
if you look very close, you see "big" gabs.
I´m not sure why this happened (?)
Submitted by elizabeth697 on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 14:48
A foot for a mini pad, mainly for the kitchen.
I did this pad-foot from scratch in 123DMaker and printed it in low resolution/fast print black PLA.
measurements are L160, W113, H20mm, narrowing to 10mm at the back.
There are three cut-outs/positions.
The pad thickness is 9,3mm and I created the gaps at 9,5mm. The measurements worked out fine in print although there were a discrepency between the right and left side - which is a mechanical print issue.
I would in a reprint reposition the three slant possibilities as the difference is too little.
Submitted by 3dfreelancer on Sun, 12/07/2014 - 14:23
Game: 4 in a Row
Materials and settings:
Kerf (what the laser burns away) works on 3 mm HDF on a 40 Watt Epilog Helix
The frame fits within a single sheet of Width:425mm X Height:340mm
The pieces fits within two sheets of Width:225mm X Height:90mm
Cutting setttings depends on the state of the machine
(Speed=14 Power=100% frequency=2500 if machine is dirty, Speed=30 Power=100% Frequency=100% if machine is clean - ask the manager how to clean the optics!)