The appearance grows part by part. The Wheels made a huge difference on the size and the contours of the body. Cant wait to print the rest of the body. But First we need to confirm that all parts is working and fitting together nicely.
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To get a better review of the model, it’s time to print it in 3D. I am using a Raise3D A big machine with a construction surface of 305x305x610 mm. From unpacking to starting print it took about 30min and so far I am pleased with the result. anyways, First I made a test print […]
Before continuing the modeling of the body for the robot mower I made a chassis concept that could drive around. So I can test some hardware before mowing on. Also because I just starting to learn a bit ROS and wanted to be acquainted with this before I move on. So the in this test I […]
Hurray! I woke up early this morning and went to check the print and was excited to see the part. It was looking good! After many trials and tests, I finally seem to have got the settings right for the PrimaSelect PETG filament (at least got it working without any major problems). So the actual print […]