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Kinematics @ Home bracelets

by nervoussystem Dec 3, 2013
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Are there files for the individual units? if I wanted to expand this to 8 inches wide for example?

today I went to an exhibition in Milano (Escher) and at the gift shop I found what I think is your design on sale. Here some pics, you may want to have a look.


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hello. if you post a derivative please make sure to keep the same license as the original design. Creative Commons - Attribution - Non-Commercial license.

I love this design, but can't seem to download an STL form the nervous-system website.
Looks like this service is not available anymore. Unfortunately...

you can definitely still generate and download custom bracelets. here's the URL: http://n-e-r-v-o-u-s.com/kinematicsHome/

what problem are you running into? the app should be run on a computer. it is not designed for mobile devices.

Is it possible to download radiolaria designs from n-e-r-v-o-u-s.com?

Thank you for your fast response. I have tried the app on a macbook laptop, on a windows laptop and one desktopcomputer as well, using the URL link as above. I tried with two different WIFI connections making sure it's not a firewall problem.
I can design a new bracelet, but I cannot download it. After pushing the download-button on the mac computer a new window opens, but without any content. Nothing is downloaded. On the windows computer nothing at alle happens after pushing the download button. I hope you have a solution for this. I absolutely love the design and would like to be able to print it in my size. Thanks anyway for your effort.

hmmm...weird. I will look into it and get back to you. I'm on a windows desktop using Chrome and it works. When I click download it starts downloading a zip file containing the bracelet. I'll try some other browsers

You should make this into a tie!

Never mind it's already been done with a very similar design concept. https://skfb.ly/DVCu

good job nice system. we need to write our congress and tell them to get these printers in the class room at grade level instead of fn i pads

I'm using a makerbot gen 5 with 'standard' settings (infill: 10%, shells: 2, layer height: .2mm).
After printing, its difficult to break free the joints without destroying a few hinges. Any advice?

Thanks for this, very interesting system!

Love this! A faster/better version of what I've been doing, which requires hand assembly (not fun!).

I made a Time-Lapse video of this print. Check it out at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yqe-6fYT-EQ

Thanks for the model (and the app to build it). On the fifth picture the closing mechanism looks different than the one from the objects created with the app. Is there a way to select it too? (I presume small magnets).

Cool, thanks a lot for the design.

Printing flawlessly on my flash forge. 20% infill PLA.

around 50% done. hope it can end well =)

Just beautiful design! Printed at 0.1mm 70mm/s and 80mm/s infill with my UM2 perfectly !
But anyone had problem with the "pin" ?, it's just impossible to attach, so beautiful but unusable :(

Hey, great design -- thanks! PLA printed successfully first try (Netfabb cloud repair + Kisslicer) with the exception of the clasp stem which deforms a bit due to its tiny diameter. How about a version with an easier to print, more secure clasp, something like this: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:198335/#fileshttp://www.thingiverse.com/thi... ?

Buckle strong, easy printable supportless

I have printed on my aluminatus, 0.5 nozzle 0.4 layers, and it was pretty close to staying together, I think Z start position is fairly critical on these large layer heights, will try on thinner layers

These are really cool but has anybody been able to print them on Ultimaker2? I just got a big pile of puzzle-pieces as the connectors are too small and the pieces doesn't stick together.

Just uploaded one made with ultimaker original. Works like a charm, just print it slow round 30-40mm/s speed.

Hi Peter, most people who have been printing so far were using makerbots. This guy did use an ultimaker though: https://twitter.com/jeromemaurey/status/405804964871962624https://twitter.com/jeromemaur...

We are planning to make the joint tolerances adjustable as well. I'll let you know when that modification is available.

Great! I will do some more tests as well.