2015-04-01 (W) Self Contained Haptic Distance Sensor

A list of changes to the printed enclosure was generated the night before. Each item on the list was systematically checked off during the latest revision of the enclosure. Pictures were taken between steps so an animated pictures could be made.
List of improvements to enclosure
  • Increase the thickness of the back lid.
  • Move the logo closer to bolt.
  • Move the servo closer to the center.
  • Put a hole or arc on the face of a servo post. This will allow the wire to pass through.
    • It should be big enough for the header socket.
  • Shrink the size of the ultrasonic transducer holes by 0.25 millimeters.
  • Increase the hole going to the inside of the enclosure.
  • Make the enclosure deeper.

Animation of changes made

Files for Self Contained Haptic Distance Sensor:

To do:
  • Design way for servo cam to push on user without rubbing
  • Change program to reflect soldered pins
  • Draw electrical schematic
  • Add data pins for programming
  • Refine design
  • Print new design
  • Test device
  • Take rotating photo of device 
  • Write instructions
  • Propose project for TCP for workshop

The rest of the posts for this project have been arranged by date.

Completed projects from year 1.
Completed projects from year 2.

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