As I print 14 gun kits for a customer I find myself with some spare time...and it's Halloween soon.
I've been using my pneumatically operated skeleton/coffin combo for a few years now:
This year I got a cheap posable skeleton and I've a few ideas to try out.
Test number 1: Skeleton swinging on gallows in (motor assisted) breeze. The motor is from one of the 10p hoppers we use for payout at work. It has a high reduction ration and loads of torque.
Monday, 1 October 2012
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I've just completed a special build of my Milestag sensor domes for a customer. This unit incorporates 3 sensor domes for cap mounting with the rear facing unit housing the distribution PCB and coiled cable connector:
As usual, mountings are RepRap and the acrylic domes home baked.