3D Model of SO2

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bharbour
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3D Model of SO2

Post by bharbour » Wed Feb 18, 2015 6:08 pm

Is there a model out there of the SO2? I want a top view scaled drawing of the machine so I can better design a new dust shoe for my machine.

Tnx,
No longer have a Shapeoko, but use a machine of my own design...
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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by WillAdams » Wed Feb 18, 2015 6:10 pm

Parts Overview: http://www.shapeoko.com/wiki/index.php/ ... urce_Files

There are also machine models in SketchUp format available in the Trimble 3D Warehouse: http://sketchup.google.com/3dwarehouse/ ... 67ad6945df
Shapeoko 3XL #0006 w/Makita RT0701 Router w/0.125″ and ¼″ Elaire precision collets
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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by GrblGru » Wed Feb 18, 2015 7:28 pm

If you are not afraid to try something new, I like to recommend my little program 'MachineDesigner'
http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5404
It is for people who try to improve the ShapeOko. Please see the attachment. It contains one STL-file for every axis and one for the base machine.
All parts are simplified, but the size is correct. You can add your dust shoe to the Z-axis. 'MachineManager' will show your new machine with the dust shoe and you can move every axis. So you can test your new design under real condition.

If you need more info, I would like to help.
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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by WillAdams » Wed Feb 18, 2015 7:43 pm

Ingenious! I could kick myself for not thinking of that.

Added to the wiki.
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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by bharbour » Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:28 pm

That's awesome...how easy would it be to add my Makita compact router and brackets?

Tnx,
GrblGru wrote:If you are not afraid to try something new, I like to recommend my little program 'MachineDesigner'
http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5404
It is for people who try to improve the ShapeOko. Please see the attachment. It contains one STL-file for every axis and one for the base machine.
All parts are simplified, but the size is correct. You can add your dust shoe to the Z-axis. 'MachineManager' will show your new machine with the dust shoe and you can move every axis. So you can test your new design under real condition.

If you need more info, I would like to help.
PartsInMeshLab.JPG
No longer have a Shapeoko, but use a machine of my own design...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFY4gC9TqD0
http://deltaguitarworks.tumblr.com

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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by GrblGru » Thu Feb 19, 2015 6:48 pm

I don't think it is so much work. We can try to do it together.
If you have an 3D-CAD-file from your dust shoe, please send it to me.
I will add it to the 'MachineDesigner' to do the base work. After that you can do the optimizing by yourself.
I also will try to organize a CAD-Model from your router.
We should ask WillAdams for that. If anywhere in this galaxy is a Makita CAD-file, I am sure, he will know this. :)

If you are not so familiar with the 3D-CAD-System please send my your drawings. I will try to generate a rough CAD-model.
My workflow: Only a 2D-editor and GrblGru, that's it
Free download from https://GrblGru.com
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4_AHk ... 61ZW4qBHWA

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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by bharbour » Mon Feb 23, 2015 1:21 am

Nice little program! I don't yet have a CAD file of the dust shoe as that's what I'm trying to design. I don't think it'll be much use to me though without a proper rendering of the Makita.
GrblGru wrote:I don't think it is so much work. We can try to do it together.
If you have an 3D-CAD-file from your dust shoe, please send it to me.
I will add it to the 'MachineDesigner' to do the base work. After that you can do the optimizing by yourself.
I also will try to organize a CAD-Model from your router.
We should ask WillAdams for that. If anywhere in this galaxy is a Makita CAD-file, I am sure, he will know this. :)

If you are not so familiar with the 3D-CAD-System please send my your drawings. I will try to generate a rough CAD-model.
No longer have a Shapeoko, but use a machine of my own design...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFY4gC9TqD0
http://deltaguitarworks.tumblr.com

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Re: 3D Model of SO2

Post by GrblGru » Mon Feb 23, 2015 5:39 pm

It's a pity, that the program is no help for you, but I understand you.
Hopefully, at least you could use the 3D model from the machine.
Wish you good success for your design work.
My workflow: Only a 2D-editor and GrblGru, that's it
Free download from https://GrblGru.com
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4_AHk ... 61ZW4qBHWA

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