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Arduino controlled photogrammetry 3D-scanner

by Bribro12 Nov 5, 2019
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I have a problem with the printing of the bearing. The gap is not enough, so it's in one piece and wont move. Can you help me with this? Changing the printing parameters or having a stl file with a larger gap?

does your slicer have an XY Size Compensation setting? its in the Advanced settings in Slic3r. if you set it to a negative number it will shrink the parts individually to create a wider gap between them. try -.1mm

BTW, you may want to re-calibrate your flow rate

So just for Cable Management's sake, wouldn't an I2C Display be a little more practical?
i wondered for quite a while what the potentiometer is for until i looked at the schematics again =)

one thing i got stuck with, how are you getting 9v to the Buck converter if your only power input goes through the Arduino's power jack?

but great build, saw it, built it, electronics are going in now

Awesome! The Vin pin on the arduino has the same voltage as the input jack. By using an extra Buck converter you take the load of from the internal 5V regulator.

maybe you should include a link for the potentiometer

I was planning on doing this but couldn't find the exact one they used in the Elegoo kit. I'll see if I find a similar one.

Hi there, this is exactly what I needed inna controller but anyway to get it to work with a easy driver? I remixed it to be really big but need a NEMA 17 to work with it

Very good design, could you also provide Fusion 360 files for modification? Thanks

awesome design. what size screws are you using? Thanks

Hello Xrefusedx, I'm using 2 and 3mm screws to secure the electronics, and I'm using 4mm screws to secure the motor.

Very nice and clever design.

Could you send the dxf files as well?
It can result to more update's for instance a Nano as controller and/or internal power supply.

I will certainly appreciate the dxf files.