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Falty
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Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Tuesday, August, 20, 2013 6:01 PM


 
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

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BigE73
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Wednesday, August, 21, 2013 9:12 PM
Nice! I was working on a similar project; printed in multiple pieces for a laser scanner enclosure. yours turned out very well.

several of my projects are currently on hold, as I broke my hand not too long ago. As a result, I've had to reduce my work load temporarily. projects take me a bit longer at the moment.

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Falty
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Thursday, August, 22, 2013 2:13 AM
Boo that sucks, big E. Thank you very much for the compliment. So far things are looking really good and I'm going through the motions of all the processes because I'm looking to become a custom toymaker. What's better than starting off with my favorite toy line?


 
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Thursday, August, 22, 2013 4:32 AM
While I haven't personally looked up much information on the emergence and various processes and availability of services concerning 3D printing, I've certainly seen a number of impressive works emerge here and there.

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jediknight0
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Tuesday, September, 03, 2013 10:11 PM
If you are interested in 3D printing, check out the MakiBox.

It's not out yet (and there are plenty of people upset over that, so don't consider this an endorsement), but if it does ship it appears to be a MakerBot Replicator quality 3D printer for between $200 to $300, rather than $2500.

Full disclosure - I'm waiting for mine. I hope to have it in time for xmas.
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Wednesday, September, 04, 2013 6:26 AM
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BigE73
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Thursday, September, 05, 2013 8:20 AM
I'm familiar with the Makibox, the build envelope is pretty small on that one. for the same money you spend on a Makibox, you could get a PrintrBot simple, and you'd already be up and running. It has the same build volume and in kit form they're about $300, ($400 pre-assembled) you can also increase the length of the x and z axis with a $60 kit to increase the build volume.

I currently have a Replicator 2, and I'm in the process of building an 8" Prusa i3
It's pretty easy to build a printer yourself if you have the skills required, and a lot more cost effective as well.

as for printing a full-size shiva laser, that's a challenging task, most printers are too small to handle the sheer scale; I've considered printing parts for a full-size version, using PVC pipe to assemble the bulk of it, and using printed parts to make it look like the screen version.buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online

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jediknight0
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Thursday, September, 05, 2013 8:45 PM
BigE73 Wrote:I'm familiar with the Makibox, the build envelope is pretty small on that one. for the same money you spend on a Makibox, you could get a PrintrBot simple, and you'd already be up and running. It has the same build volume and in kit form they're about $300, ($400 pre-assembled) you can also increase the length of the x and z axis with a $60 kit to increase the build volume.

True, the MakiBox isn't out now but has a (slightly) bigger build area and does both PLA & ABS for $299. If you only want to do PLA like the PrintrBot, it's only $199.
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BigE73
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Friday, September, 06, 2013 9:43 AM
jediknight0 Wrote:
True, the MakiBox isn't out now but has a (slightly) bigger build area and does both PLA & ABS for $299. If you only want to do PLA like the PrintrBot, it's only $199.

this is debatable.

Makibox build envelope is: 150mm wide x 110mm deep x 90mm tall

Printrbot simple output is almost identical out of the box, being 4" cubed (meaning 101mm for each axis) so, your makibox has an extra 2" wide x axis, y axis is almost 1" deeper, but the simple has about 1" of extra z height. differences are negligible.

You can swap out some of the printrbot's rods, and a piece of monofilament (the x belt) and increase the x and z axis to 7.5" (or 190.5mm) which would allow for a much greater build volume. the kit to do this costs $65. You can't do that with a makibox. you would need to re-design and cut new panels for it's enclosure.

If you want to print ABS, you need to add a heat bed, not a major upgrade, as the Printrboard has heatbed output and an available port for another thermistor. or, you can just buy a junior, preassembled, with a heatbed and a 150x150x150mm build envelope, machined aluminum buildplate, plus it can be folded for easy transport; that's $699, but it has a larger output than the makibox. these machines are still open source, so you can cut your own parts, and build them yourself to make one for even less.

of course the main reason I wouldn't get a makibox is simple: It uses drive screws on every axis. a drive screw is great, for the z axis, which doesn't need to move all that fast, but on the x and y, this is a bad design, as you will get print inaccuracy from the wobble of the threaded rod, and your print speeds will need to be much slower (why do you think all other printers use some sort of belt and pulley arrangement on the x and y axis?)

once you run a few parts on a machine, you realize how critical your movement and extrusion rates are, at 100mm/sec, a 4" cubed print can take about an hour, depending on infill and layer height. if you need to print at 30-40mm/sec to compensate for wobble and the step-rate of a threaded rod, well, let's just say you'll be waiting a while for that same cube to print.

But that's just my personal, experienced opinion.

I watched this video of a "supposed" live print of a bunny on the makibox. Funny, I don't hear the steppers running, and the video is awfully jerky (like it's been sped-up), still, to print a hollow bunny (with no real infill just hollow internal supports) it took 2+ hours to print:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHfyDrqVFAI
Not trying to hate on Makibox, it's an interesting design, and it looks like they've been trying to address many of the shortcomings, but nobody has one of these yet, and it ships from china, so until I get a hands-on, or enough people have given an unbiased review of it, I'm skeptical (a Printrboard alone costs $130, so they definitely aren't getting theirs from Brook, likely they're making their own knockoff to keep costs down). buy viagra onlinehttp://www.bilimselbilisim.com/haberler_detay.aspx?id=42 viagra online

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jediknight0
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Sunday, September, 08, 2013 6:05 PM
BigE73 Wrote:Not trying to hate on Makibox, it's an interesting design, and it looks like they've been trying to address many of the shortcomings, but nobody has one of these yet, and it ships from china, so until I get a hands-on, or enough people have given an unbiased review of it, I'm skeptical (a Printrboard alone costs $130, so they definitely aren't getting theirs from Brook, likely they're making their own knockoff to keep costs down).

All fair points.

I looked at the PrintBot and the the MakiBox, and the MakiBox just looked just a more polished design. I'm not an expert at 3D printing, and the MakiBox has been plagued with delay after delay, but it looks to me that this is shaping up to be a really solid product for an incredible price compared to the competitors.

In any case, this is a temporarily solution for me until the liquid resin printers (like the Form 1) have a little more time to mature. Ultimately that's the only solution which will give me the resolution I really want.
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BigE73
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Tuesday, September, 10, 2013 9:37 AM

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Falty
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Friday, September, 13, 2013 4:12 PM
I haven't made much progress on this due to a lack of funds and finding more contract work. I'll will get some work done on the model this weekend. Hopefully, I can get a print of it next week. If anyone would like one, let me know.


 
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Saturday, September, 14, 2013 3:48 AM
Hey Falty,

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Falty
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Wednesday, January, 29, 2014 8:48 PM
Okay everyone! I have been Massively beavering away on this collectible for a while now. I'm opening it up for preorders. Anyone who would like one should give input on any details that are missing or they would like to see in the final print.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/imvlyxbcuryq9og/shiva%20laser%20sprue%20layout%202.jpg
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ceyfdm2xnviwp6/shiva%20laser%20sprue%20layout.jpg
The Shiva Laser kit will be $150 + shipping. Should take about a week or less, from purchase to your door within the Continental US. It will require gluing, assembly, and paint

There will be an addition parts kit that needs to be assembled by me and shipped to you for the detail; braided hoses and clear bio-matter cylinder sleeves. Once there are a few out there I will be working on more detail kits to make the lasers even more realistic.

For the actual laser we have a couple of options:
- Laser pen from this link http://www.aulola.com/silver-body-green-laser-pointer-10mw.html
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It stands at 7" tall and will fit nicely within the scale of the 12" CLU and Sam.

Have a peek and post your name in this list with your laser option to get one.

  • Falty



 
BigE73
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Thursday, January, 30, 2014 12:09 PM
Looks Great!

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Falty
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Friday, July, 25, 2014 5:34 PM
Went ahead and ordered the Shiva laser to be printed! Soooooooo excited!!!


 
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RE: Making the SHV 20905 Shiva digitizing laser

on Saturday, July, 26, 2014 9:50 AM
I'm very much looking forward to the result, Falty!

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