3D model of Shapeoko 3

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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by jayftee » Sun Sep 20, 2015 6:59 pm

Part S3004 - Spindle Mount Plate as per the exact drawing specifications:
S3004 - Spindle Mount Plate v2.png
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by AnonymousPerson » Sun Sep 20, 2015 8:48 pm

jayftee wrote:The model posted here can be used by anyone, you can modify them, post and share them (as long as you include the original licence) but you cannot make money from them.
The "not making money from them" bit is the one I have issues with. I'm looking to sell modified versions of things, and the -NC license doesn't allow for it.

But no worries, I can make my own models. :)
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by jayftee » Sun Sep 20, 2015 11:42 pm

AnonymousPerson wrote:
jayftee wrote:The model posted here can be used by anyone, you can modify them, post and share them (as long as you include the original licence) but you cannot make money from them.
The "not making money from them" bit is the one I have issues with. I'm looking to sell modified versions of things, and the -NC license doesn't allow for it.

But no worries, I can make my own models. :)
I need to read up a bit more, but I remember reading that, if you make something different, then its ok. An example would be a different plate for mounting the spindle.

Of course the spindle block would be the same, so some portion of the plate would be the same. So to some extent deriving a model is OK (to the best of my knowledge).

The spirit of the NC is to not allow someone to rip of the design and selling it as is under cutting you by doing so. However, if you come up with a stiffer spindle mounting plate, a plate that has less flex and still fit into the same railing, then starting your work based on a existing design is OK. After all, the mounting holes for the spindle block and the wheels would have to be the same, won't they?

At least, its the way I understand it. YMMV.

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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by AnonymousPerson » Sun Sep 20, 2015 11:54 pm

Yeah, I'm just going to create my own models. Safer that way, and not a huge amount of work. I don't need to model everything. :)

It also gives me more practise with Fusion 360, which I'm still very beginner-level at.
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by jayftee » Mon Sep 21, 2015 12:58 am

Part S3005 - Belt Clip as per the exact drawing specifications:
S3005 - Belt Clip v3.png
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by jayftee » Mon Sep 21, 2015 1:05 am

AnonymousPerson wrote:It also gives me more practise with Fusion 360, which I'm still very beginner-level at.
That be the very reason I am doing this. Fooling around with a piece of software is no fun and boring when you have no goal.

Having a complete 3D model of the SO3 will eventually make life easier to make mods for it. There is nothing like moving things around in a complete model to see if everything fits.

And I might add, its a small challenge being a noob at Fusion 360.

I used to use Sketchup but whenever I wanted to get pieces machined, I had to place measurements and send three ISO view of the drawing instead of the actual drawing (Sketchup does not export real holes, just tiny lines).

Since I want to use Fusion 360's CAM, it makes only sense to draw my stuff in it :D

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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by heathenx » Thu Sep 24, 2015 5:38 pm

I've gotten a jump on some of the basic components but I'm no where near finished with it. Some stuff I modeled myself, others I've collected here on the forums. I suppose it would be much simpler if Edward would just STEP out his main assembly for us but I understand if he doesn't want to do that.
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by GrblGru » Thu Sep 24, 2015 6:17 pm

That looks really great !!!
What I have to do, to get this model ?
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by AnonymousPerson » Thu Sep 24, 2015 6:42 pm

That's good stuff heathenx. :)
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Re: 3D model of Shapeoko 3

Post by WillAdams » Thu Sep 24, 2015 7:03 pm

I believe I managed to find all the links and post them (as links so as to not disturb the licensing) to the wiki:

http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/ ... 3#Drawings

Let me know if I missed anything or messed up any of the footnote links. Looking forward to seeing the balance of the machine!
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