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L3999 Final project

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Aalto.png This page was part of an Aalto University course 3D Printing of Open Source Hardware for Science

Please leave comments using the discussion tab. The course runs in the Fall semester 2017. It is not open edit.



Final Project Assignment[edit]

  1. Identify scientific/engineering lab need on campus (ideally yours) for a 3D printable substitute for existing or planned purchase -- reserve it on List of Projects below
  2. Meet with users to determine exact needs/acquire additional funds/components for multipart equipment
  3. Design 3D printable components with OS CAD packages
  4. Log in to NIH 3DP account and post STLs, and include all source files from OS CAD package. Then on Appropedia make a landing page and post directions, explanation of what it is and a price estimate for a commercial equivalent as well as links back to the NIH.
  5. Presentation on 10-20, Print components, build and bring to class if possible
  6. Add picture,link Appropedia landing page and "savings per replica" and a hyperlink to cost source on Appropedia below. Due Oct. 27, 2017

List of projects and people[edit]

Gallery[edit]

Add your image and hyperlink to the gallery below using the example format - so it is easy to navigate.

  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywD5H2W99NY&feature=youtu.be
OSH from 2017 L3999 Class
Single wafer box for wafer quarters, savings $20.7 per replica  
Extrusion head with an integrated screw and UV-diodes attachments, savings €13.05 per part and improved functionality  
Adapter for Endeas Quicksun 130 CA to measure back contact solar cells, enabling the measurement of a new sample type with added functionality  
Sample stage puck, custom made  
Package for black silicon photodiode, avoid tooling costs of tens of thousands of dollars