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Automated 3D printable scientific equipment

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MOST Delta filament as guide.JPG This page was part of an MTU course MY4777/MY5777/EE4777/EE5777: Open-source 3-D printing

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Graduate students (MY5777 and EE5777) will take the same lecture and projects as the undergraduates, however, they will also be expected to complete a Automated 3D printable scientific equipment design by the end of the semester. They will demonstrate their mods for the class.

For some ideas see: Github MTU-MOST repositories, Open-source syringe pump, Open-source metal 3-D printer

Instructions[edit]

  1. Add an image and hyperlink using double square brackets to the appropriate gallery below
  2. By clicking on the resultant red link create a page for your design
    1. Include the template {{777}} at the top of the page
    2. Include all the documentation needed to replicate your modification - use the class build pages as examples Delta Build Overview:MOST
    3. Include at least one photo
    4. If relevant include a Youtube video of operation/assembly or both
    5. Include tools needed
    6. Include a BOM
    7. Include clear instructions
    8. Include all SCAD and STL files for design improvement
    9. Link to any additional information (e.g. new software/firmware or slicing code at Github)

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After refinement: