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Falty
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progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Tuesday, July, 22, 2014 12:51 AM


 
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Tuesday, July, 22, 2014 2:59 PM
Looks a lot like a model that was posted on Thingiverse:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25879
As for using rare-earth magnets in the way you describe; I don't think it will work. maybe to make the whole model levitate; but it will take many test prints, and a lot of tweaking. more likely, the parts will all stick together in odd ways using magnets; they won't just float in place.

If I were designing this; I would integrate natural PLA or T-glase prints to fill in the negative space... that, or make sockets to use short lengths of natural PLA or clear T-glase filament to act as assembly pins. similar results... less hassle.

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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Tuesday, July, 22, 2014 5:02 PM
BigE73 Wrote:Looks a lot like a model that was posted on Thingiverse:

http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:25879
As for using rare-earth magnets in the way you describe; I don't think it will work. maybe to make the whole model levitate; but it will take many test prints, and a lot of tweaking. more likely, the parts will all stick together in odd ways using magnets; they won't just float in place.

If I were designing this; I would integrate natural PLA or T-glase prints to fill in the negative space... that, or make sockets to use short lengths of natural PLA or clear T-glase filament to act as assembly pins. similar results... less hassle.

Just my two cents.

Yeah, I see the potential for the magnetic fields to interact with each other in strange ways. I've purchased a few packages of these magnets and played around with their proximity. In order for them to affect each other they need to be fairly close so this gives me hope that their placement is sound. *testing will hopefully prove this to be correct*

I like your idea for using clear or very small support binders. I think the Medicom Reco uses this method of binding all parts together in a clear intersecting wall.

The idea behind this project is to create a more accurate model that is based on some found blueprints and keep all pieces separate so you can assemble/disassemble it.

Once the parts are put into a sprue system then I'll pull the trigger and order one. This should be by friday.

Definitely appreciate your critique! let's keep the discussion rolling
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Wednesday, July, 23, 2014 10:52 PM
No problem. If you could get it to work; I'd think it's make a great puzzle; It's hard enough to get a levitron top to float on a magnetic field, much less all those parts. If you can pull it off, it's definitely sell.

However if it doesn't pan out, my earlier suggestion may help you out. I've used it to good effect on a few designs.

I know copper can affect magnetic fields; try dropping one of those magnets down a length of copper pipe and see what happens; may give you some ideas to help insulate those magnets from one another.

Realize, to make something float using magnets, you will need one of two things:

two perfectly positioned magnets that the part will float between, or

a rotating mass as employed by the levitron. gyroscopic force holds the top in the field of the base. as soon as the inertia is gone, the top wobbles out of the field, and drops.

Worst case scenario, you can use a combination of clear supports and magnets if all those little magnets do things you didn't intend.

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Falty
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Thursday, July, 24, 2014 7:15 PM
Ya the copper pipe thing is awesome to watch. If I supercooled it then I could get them to quantum lock but I doubt people would want to dip it into a vat of liquid nitrogen each time they want to display it . With a combination of tiny supports I may be able to get the look of floating without distracting the eye towards them.on line abortion pill cytotec abortion medical abortion pill online


 
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Friday, July, 25, 2014 5:32 PM
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Tuesday, August, 12, 2014 2:47 AM


 
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Tuesday, August, 12, 2014 2:21 PM
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RE: progress made on 3d printed Recognizer generation 1

on Saturday, August, 16, 2014 3:52 PM
Update 2:

The magnets worked out great!  it was too unstable to have the upper stanchions floating so i readjusted the design to have them attract.  This adds to the overall strength to keep the pieces together while being handled.



 
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