Learn how Bronagh made this amazing looking Press fit lamp!
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As a keen robotics enthusiast Steven has always dreamt of making his own robot!
The Mood light is a small light that is powered by a 9v battery and controlled by programmable micro controller (Mini – computer),
Mill, clean and tin all of the RGB boards
Load RGB program onto chips using ATTINY44 programmer
Solder the pre-programmed chips and surface mount components to the RGB boards
Cut out a square of white acrylic that is 20cm by 20cm on with the laser cutter
Cut out the base and battery assembly
Heat the acrylic in the oven to 400 °Centigrade
Once heated remove from the oven and place on the mould
Text and images were imported from Photoshop into Partworks for editing in preparation to be cut on the shopbot . The images had to adjusted slightly to ensure that all parts of the stencil would remain attached to the main body. The font used in the text of the graffiti was chosen with this in mind too.
Using 8' x 4' sheets of 9mm builders Plywood the Shopbot carved the stencil taking three passes for each letter.
Paddle your Own Canoe
Build your own wall lettering installation
This is a prototype of a robotic arm moved using servos which are controlled by Arduino through the computer.
Make your very own personalised Key rings in Fab Lab using an imported image.
The gerbil cutter can have many uses, especially when making forms and molded plastic and needing to remove the flash.