Posted on May 13, 2013Teaser Awaiting wiring… This one is a thing of beauty! Not a lot to be done, just need an hour or two. It should be running for the printing Demo at Unisa on Saturday. Share this:GoogleRedditPocketTwitterPinterestFacebookEmailLinkedInPrintTelegramWhatsAppSkypeTumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Post navigationPrevious post: The release without the party…Next post: Morgan in the Wild! 11 thoughts on “Teaser” Peter May 14, 2013 Wheres the Alu parts gone? Reply Quentin Harley May 14, 2013 The Alu parts will go in Morgan02, the second daughter. Time is the enemy of progress… I still need to add the extra holes and mounting plates for that version. It will remove the need for the top and bottom Z bar holders, and a couple of other enhancements. This will be in the MorganZA kit. Reply Nicholas Seward May 15, 2013 This such amazing work. Thank you for existing!!! Reply Ryan Louw May 17, 2013 There is a printing demo at Unisa? I’m interested? Reply Quentin Harley May 17, 2013 It is part of a conference on open source mobile development, more specifically android. Will only bw a very quick demo as a teaser to emerging technologies You might rather want to come to house for hack in Centurion on Tuesday night. Reply Luan Steyn May 20, 2013 I would be very interested in seeing the morgan in person. Can anyone join the house 4 hack meet tomorrow night? Thank you very much for all your thouble!!! Reply Quentin Harley May 20, 2013 All hackers welcome at House4Hack Reply Arthur Dempsey May 20, 2013 Thank you for the great job. You beat me to this design by several months. I had just started my proof of concept for a pantograqph design when I discovered yours. It’s great. Reply Arthur Dempsey May 20, 2013 OOPS I misspelled pantograph. Have you thought about adding extra arms (as is the case with a pantograph)? The size of your build could be increased. Reply Quentin Harley May 20, 2013 Hi Arthur, After many attempts the SCARA concept is the one that stuck. More arms would mean bigger build, at the expense of complexity and cost. You also have more expensive build failures 😉 I see the parallels between my machine and the pantograph now… fascinating! How did you find my machine in the end? Reply Arthur Dempsey May 21, 2013 I found your machine through intensive searching thru various sites until I got to the 3der site. You might want to look at make-it-3d.eu/wp/s-maker for slightly different take on the scara arm concept. As an aside, I took a genetics course using drosophila for experiments in 1959. Yes, I’m that old. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. The CAPTCHA cannot be displayed. This may be a configuration or server problem. You may not be able to continue. Please visit our status page for more information or to contact us. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.