Sanding attachment on oscillating tool next to gear
Only the coarse sand paper was used so some of the edges were not entirely finished. This small level of detail should not be noticeable from a distance and may wear off during use.
Close up of sanded teeth
- Panel layout PDF or DWG
- S Symbol Plate OpenSCAD source or STL model
- Ultrasonic flush mount source or STL
- Internal ring gear
- 1 Small Arduino Micro
- 2 Stereo potentiometers (10K)
- 4 Multi-turn potentiometers (10K)
- 2 Twelve volt DC motors
- 1 Dual H-bridge
- 2 Ultrasonic distance sensors
- 1 Sine wave generator or the Amazon version
- 1 Voltage Regulator
- 1 Twelve volt three amp power supply
The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.
First time here?
Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.
Completed projects from year 3.
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