2015-07-06 (M) Automated Aerator and Laser Show for Domestic House Pets

Modeling was done based on the sketch made yesterday. Actual measurements were not available so variables were used as placeholders which is good practice anyway. Reasonable numbers were put in the variables to start which give an idea of the shape in 3D. Pieces were made simply to shorten development time as opposed to designing them to use as little plastic as possible. An animated image was made which shows the creation step by step followed by a rotation.

Animation of part

To Do:
  • Take measurements for real items
  • Implement measurements in model
  • Print part
  • Publish stl and scad files online
  • Build structure 
  • Write instructions
    • Make a linkable parts list
    • Draw schematic 

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2015-07-06 (M)