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Thread: The 3d Monopole Coil How To Build

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    Yes I'm going to try it also that looks good little different, good your into this also.
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    Printed parts 12 pole monopole

    I have most everything except for the new split rotor. The reason I decided to split the rotor is so the magnets can be scaled on the rotor. Here is a picture of what I have so far.
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    I have a question about 3D printers - any comments? http://www.energyscienceforum.com/showthread.php?t=3075
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    Good work y'all!

    I'm getting the latest one from Jaycar here when they come to Oz in September - the TL4090, which is a dual-filament retailing at A$1399 pre-built & can print up to 230x150x165 mm. It works as a stand-alone unit - no need to tie up a computer; just use an SD card. It's very well supported with a growing range of spare parts if anything needs repairing. It uses Replicator-G & Makerbot software. Jaycar also have the TL4100 kit for A$699 which uses a very well-supported Arduino-MEGA board & is very easy to assemble. JB mentioned using Autodesk 123D & Makerbot, which Jaycar has a 300+ page book on how to do the whole thing for under A$40. I can think of endless applications for building household, garden & workshop appliances with the window motor designs. Has anyone used the online Service Bureau's?

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    I have gotten bids from shapeways, and we did use 1 local printer guy for a few projects when my rostock needed repair. truthfully once you get your printer working you wont want to use one, unless you need a ton of parts printed, like I wish I had an injection molding machine quantity.



    I am a prime member with autodesk. using prime it opens up some features in 123 that allows you to export DWG files, and a couple of other functions. it allows importing of some files you otherwise could not import. most machine shops need DWG files to drive the software that creates the cutter path for the lazer or mill. I had a custom insert I needed machined and did not want to print 72 of them it would have taken me a month so I just drew it, and exported it, it will be made with UHMW. anyone with a little bit of mechanical skill needs one of these, its a completely disruptive technology.

    XYZ printing that makes the Davinci has now teamed up with Microsoft. it would not surprise me if they get bought by Microsoft very soon.

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    Barrie,

    could you send me the link for the book you are talking about on Jaycar?

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    Guys I just thought I would mention another option for fabrication. This is traditional machining and injection molding, not 3d printing as your discussing.

    At this site you download their CAD for free and design with it. They give you choices of materials and tolerances injection or mill etc. Within the software you can get price quotes easily and change material to compare.

    Anyway I designed my 8 coil machine and had them fabricate it for me.

    http://www.emachineshop.com/

    Here on my thread for the machine on the first page you can see some of the drawings that were produced and the parts. They did a very good job for me.

    My thread:
    http://www.energyscienceforum.com/showthread.php?t=2062

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    Thanks Tom,

    I just checked Jaycar in the USA... the price is totally wrong! Who on earth would want to pay US$999 for a 300 page book??? Must have brought back gold leaf or something for that kinda dough! Here's your link, followed by ours, with the right price. If it doesn't display, it's the BM7122, just run a search, which works locally for UK, Canada, etc too.

    http://www.jaycar.us/PRODUCTS/Kits%2...-Book/p/BM7122

    http://www.jaycar.com.au/PRODUCTS/Ki...-Book/p/BM7122

    Of course, a cheaper way to do this is to use the NP4260 from Jaycar & just build a mold & sand it / work it until you get what you need for A$11.50 per 100g.

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    I found it on amazon. the reviews are not incredible for the couple of people that bought it. there is another one not yet in print that I may get instead.

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    I can see four reviews there; they all seem very positive, unless you plan on using something other than A123D? I can understand anything in print using online video tutorials would feel dated after the normal revisions have been effected in the physical product. That's a pretty good price on Amazon! What are you getting instead?

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