(Maybe) First LowRider in Germany

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  • #38198

    Noclu
    Participant

    Will update pics with progress ๐Ÿ™‚

    #38212

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Looks a lot like the first pictures from @Barry.

    #38670

    Noclu
    Participant

    Haha, his pictures look very alike!
    Even the writing on the right side of the table !

    Getting closer to finish with my assembly !

    #40469

    Noclu
    Participant

    There it is !

    More progress.

     

    (Feet of table are just temporarily)

    #40477

    Ryan
    Keymaster

    I thought the feet on my table were temporary as well, still there.

    #40485

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Boy, that looks very flat. Good job. I look forward to seeing it making some things.

    Also, I’m still on my temporary legs as well (which were actually from my MPCNC). I’m about to add wheels to them though. ๐Ÿ™‚

    #40612

    Noclu
    Participant

    Indeed very flat ๐Ÿ™‚

    Built after the torsion table design (i think it was mentioned here a few times)

    Pictures of :

    -Table building

    -Little thingie for the girlfriend (second cut with the lowrider)

    #40635

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    Very nice. I don’t want to drive you crazy, but I wonder how this test would do on your low rider (I haven’t seen any other results):

    https://www.vicious1.com/forum/topic/z-depth-test/

    I think you could do something similar with a touchplate, but I haven’t looked into how to do that yet.

    #40738

    Noclu
    Participant

    Interesting!

     

    Wouldnยดt it be easier to simply mount a distance sensor to the 611 plate and let it measure a matrix?

    Like my printer does autoleveling?

    #40742

    Jeffeb3
    Participant

    The most common way distance is sensed is just with a touch plate. You can use a spatula or something, attach a wire to it, attach another wire to your bit, and wire them as endstops. Then you just subtract the thickness of the spatula. EstlCAM had a video where they used foil tape.

    There is also Software for building a mesh. The EstlCAM video carved a 2d design on the back of a mouse.

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