Archive for July 2017

3D prints: USB housing

I had this cheap USB stick that I had to take apart in order to rework the connector soldering. Once the soldering works achieved, I had to think about a quick and dirty enclosure which resulted in this: Two – almost – symmetrical parts. The top one has a bump and a small hole aligned […]

3D prints: Coil

I have multiple projects in mind starting from a metal detector up to a NMR in field earth spectrometer which require one or more coils in various shapes and sizes. Here is the presentation of a double coil, 100 mm diameter, 5 mm thickness. Here is a zoom on the back side of the coil […]

Blog of the day

While tumbling on the web for something totally different, I found this very interesting post on SERVOMOTORS, STEPPER MOTORS AND ACTUATORS FOR MOTION. Although, the illustrations are dated, I like very much the detailed, accurate and almost exhaustive description of magnetic actuators.

3D Printing (Part 11)

Part 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 3D printing is awesome. I am even wondering how I could live without it. I mean, in my professional, domestic and makers life. Before 3D print, I would have used wood, metallic wires, sheets of PVC or even cardboard to build parts in the quick and dirty mode. Just before 3D printing, I was also […]