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Saved by uncleflo on January 4th, 2020.
The fully sealed design with true laser protection glass added to make the machine safer and more reliable. The two work tables move independently and do not interfere with each other. The design of this independent moving work tables makes it easier to clean the slag. Double motors exchange table. Full plate-welding bed with the weight of 18 tons, solid and strong. The G4020H laser cutter is most often installed in high power models, so that the installation of a stable, rigid bed is necessary. In this particular model, Made of carbon structural steel plate welding,dislocation nest box construction to avoid welding stress deformation, 600℃ high temperature release annealing stress with 20 years of normal use without distortion.
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Saved by uncleflo on December 20th, 2019.
This mechanism uses rotary motion to move a gear quickly and precisely into a fixed position. Using skateboard bearings, you can snap these parts together and use the action for all kinds of useful (or useless) machines. Using gears that have teeth and smooth gaps, you can make a gear spin and stop at just about any angle you want. This is similar to a geneva gear, but it's much simpler to 3D model and (I think) a bit easier to understand. This is the first in a series of 3D printed mechanisms modeled in Fusion 360 using skateboard bearings and 3D printed parts. The idea is that you'll be able to use the mechanisms to make all kinds of projects that use mechanical assemblies like robots or any other machine you might want to make.
Saved by uncleflo on December 19th, 2019.
Heavy duty industrial bearing. Solid special aluminium material and solid steel balls for bearing. Surface smooth and beautiful. Easy to set up (no installation required). These bearings can be screwed or fixed as they have through holes and pre drilled holes. Ideal for: cake decorations, TV monitor stand, electronic repair, sculpture base, catering services, food display, serving.
Saved by uncleflo on September 8th, 2016.
Download Drivers: The software on this page is compatible with the following currently supported products: SpaceMouse Enterprise, SpacePilot Pro, SpaceMouse Pro Wireless, SpaceMouse Pro, SpaceMouse Wireless, SpaceNavigator for Notebooks, SpaceNavigator, CadMouse. Additional software and drivers for discontinued products are available in our archive.
Saved by uncleflo on February 22nd, 2015.
Last month, D-Sight Web was updated with a pretty awaited feature: spitting the work between experts when evaluating alternatives and defining preferences in a decision process. In other words and without going into too much details (for that, read the release announcement), this typically allows for a technical expert to only provide input for technical criteria and for a legal expert to focus on legal criteria – for instance.
Saved by uncleflo on May 19th, 2012.
The Bioloid Comprehensive Robot Kit from Robotis is the first educational robot kit based around "smart serially controlled servos" which are not only capable of switching between positioning and full continuous rotation, but also provides you with access to sensory feedback such as position, speed, temperature, current draw and voltage of each servo. Bioloid kits are designed in a way that allow the user to construct multiple types of robots. In addition to the great hardware, the Bioloid Kit comes with some powerful GUI-based software. The software is freeware, so whether you're using this kit for education, research, or personal recreation, you can download and install it on as many computers as you need. Bioloid Robot Kits are perfect for Education, Hobbies, Research and Competition.
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