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午夜福利09不卡片在线机视频I am a 17 year old high school senior currently enrolled in Systems Engineering II. This blog entails my senior project, a CNC Router. Currently the blog is still under development and will be updated throughout the school year.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Computer system requirements for CNC programs

Monday, November 10, 2014

Plan of Procedures Template (Will Be Update as a Full Plan of Procedures)

Plan of Procedures
Supply List
ItemDescriptionQTYSizeRemarks
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
Tools and Equipment List
ItemDescriptionUse
T1DrillFor making holes in wood for screws
T2Scroll Saw/Band Saw ?For cutting wood
T3Screw DriverFor screws and electric equipment
T4RouterFor cutting wood in the finished product
T5
Material List
ItemDescriptionQTYSizeRemarks
M1
M2
M3
M4
M5
Parts List
ItemDescriptionQTYSizeRemarks
P1
P2
P3
P4
P5

MP1 Update

Marking Period 1 entailsmy research into my background, alternate solutions, final solutions, testingprocedures, models, and developmental work. As I proceed into Marking Period 2I will finish developmental work and continue to finalize my drawings and beginto order parts.

Currently I am in themiddle of my plan of procedures that consists of the bill of materials andassembly. I will have to finalize this before I complete my exploded drawings.

Possible Parts List withLinks to Resources:
  • Wood:


Possible Budget for CNC Router
Linear Rail X
159.99
Linear Rail Y
279.99
Linear Rail Z
119.99
Router Mount
69.95
Chassis
494.95
Mach 3
175
Motors
210
Wood:
200
Total:
1709.87

Web References Found During Systems Class:
Rails
Bearings:

Spindle Mounts
Wire Cables
Motors

Motor Mounts
Controller Boxes

Screws or Bolts

DIY References

Router Components

Wood Types

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Background Information


Self-manufacturing is a difficult and a costly process.Buying industrial machines costs thousands of dollars. A DIY machine greatlydecreases cost and allows customization to fit the work environment. Designinga machine allows building a machine to fit niche needs possible.
Systems lab
Hobbyists and home owners represent the population thatutilizes machinery in the home and small workshop environment. Factoriesrequire industrial made machines due to the workload present. Industrialmachines require stronger materials that withstand ware. Home built machinescan be made with cheaper parts due to the lack of stress on the machine. Thiscuts down on costs.
Industrial CNC MachineCited from: http://www.multicam.com/routers.html
The country is deeply engrained in industrialism. Thegeneral person buys mostly factory made objects. People want to manufacturewithin their homes. Home built machinery allows this. The ability to producegoods in the home is new to modern society.
Home work schop
Cited from :http://www.cnccookbook.com/CCHomeMachineShops.html
Hobbyist and small business owners outsource technologicallyadvanced and niche products. People look for the ability to self-produce. Peoplewith the intentions to manufacture products individually need machines thatwork in a small home or business environment. Designers feel innovated and inspiredby the possibility of self-production.
            Home built machinerycovers a wide range of products. Computers, CNC machines, and 3D printersrepresent a small portion of home built machinery. The machines allowcustomization to fit the needs of the users.
Home built computer
Small scale manufacturing requires money and utility space.Home built machines provide a way to make home manufacturing possible.Hobbyists with limited space build within the limit of space at home. Personaldesigned machines give hobbyists the ability to customize machines to fitneeds. Ease of design and assembly concerns potential builders.  

Design Brief

Onewill design and produce a CNC router that presents the opportunity for studentsto cut precise material in the systems lab allowing students to create, design,and produce products for assigned projects.

Executive Summary

People are looking toself-produce in homes, schools, and small business environments. A CNC routersolves this problem. The non-industrial design allows for easy storage andplacement into different work spaces.  Themachine’s purpose is to provide a way for people to manufacture wood and othersoft material products.  The router canprecisely cut materials into finished products or molds. One uses a CNC routerby imputing a computer drawing into the controller software. The machineprocesses the file and cuts out the desired material.
DIY CNC Router
Cited from: http://hackaday.com/2013/10/24/a-very-professional-homemade-cnc-router/
Edited CNC router picture labeling the parts
Original picture Cited from: http://www.craftsmancnc.co.nz/images/craftsman900st/CNC%20900ST%20-%204.JPG

A CNC router consistsof a material bed, gantry, linear motion, motors, and computer software. Theparts chosen determine how precise the machine cuts. The material bed supportsthe cutting material and contains the gantry, linear motion, and motors. Linearmotion is the rails and bearings along with the motion drivers. Motors attachto the drivers that attach to the computer. The router attaches to the gantrythat glides along the rails to change position.  Hinges applied to the material bed allows themachine to fold for storage. This allows the machine to be larger and still fitinto a smaller area when not in use. Wheels attached to the table supportingthe material bed allow maneuverability.  
Sysytems lab where CNC Router will end up being placed

Storage and maneuverability is important when working insmall spaces. People intend to use the machine for personal production. Spaceis important in limited work environments. Teachers need the ability to produceprojects for shop classes. Industrial CNC machines in factories create modernday products. A small-scale machine provides industrial grade products in asmall setting.

Many parts make up aCNC router. Teachers and students benefit from a custom router that fits in thesystems lab. Students previously learn computer drawing before entering systemsengineering. The students can make systems projects using previously taughtskills. Teachers benefit from new possible projects that require the router.CNC routers bring production into small working environments. 
Wooden bridge project that could be done on a CNC Router

Sample Model