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The Solidworks Blog

Harper initally majored in music at Florida State University (FSU). The boat design and remodeling work exposed him to drafting and 2D engineering drawings, but left him with a desire to actually see how the design would look.

Using Grbl’s Spindle PWM to Control a Servo

Buildlog.Net

Note: This is designed for Grbl 1.1f. /* spindle_control.c - spindle control methods Part of Grbl PEN_SERVO update by Bart Dring 8/2017 Copyright (c) 2012-2017 Sungeun K. While I am waiting on some parts to arrive for a pen ‘bot, I started investigating ideas to control it.

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SOLIDWORKS Simulation Accuracy (?)

Javelin Tech Tips

This was the beginning of NAFEMS, or the N ational A gency for F inite E lement M ethods and S tandards. Numerical discrepancy could be the subject of another blog entry, but in most cases being within ±5 percent will provide engineers confidence to make positive design decisions.

University of Waterloo Lab Will Help Shape the Future of Industrial 3D Printing

Additive Manufacturing

The Multi-Scale Additive Manufacturing Lab at the University of Waterloo is an innovative initative that aligns perfectly with our province’s innovation strategy,” said Reza Moridi, Ontario’s minister of research, innovation and science. “It By University of Waterloo | Waterloo News.

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HydraRaptor

I designed a simple two part clamp using Visio. E.g. class Line: def __init__(self,x,y): self.end = (x,y) def do(self,hydra): hydra.feedto_xy(self.end) It was then trivial to get HydraRaptor to draw the outlines with a pen using a for loop :- for seg in outline: seg.do(hydra)

RepRap: Blog: Automatic documentation and project evolution

RepRap Blog

While designing my Mendel, I found out that I really hate to write documentation. If you want to play with it, you can clone Prusa Mendel repository switch to development branch and run git submodule init; git config -l; git submodule update for initialization of submodules (ThingDOC is submodule). RepRap: Blog. Blog for the RepRap project at www.reprap.org - a project to create an open-source self-copying 3D printer. Wednesday, March 16, 2011.