Commit 95b0e4cb authored by Árni Björnsson's avatar Árni Björnsson
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Added rearmount to final project page

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<figcaption>Dodecahedron</figcaption>
</figure>
Next I wanted to export this to Fusion360 to do sem further work the model. I tried using .stl and .3mf filetypes but these imported as a mesh which I had trouble converting to solid body in Fusion.
Next I wanted to export this to Fusion360 to do some further work the model. I tried using .stl and .3mf filetypes but these imported as a mesh which I had trouble converting to solid body in Fusion.
I found [this thread](https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/fusion-360-manage-ideas/how-to-import-openscad-file-into-fusion360-as-a-solid-body/idi-p/10174834) and followed that path. I exported again, this time to .CSG.
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- What will it do?
- Provide entertainment to young'uns, and adults, during long drives!
- Who's done what beforehand?
- Some years ago a company called Apple released products what they called "iPod" and "iPhone". But the price paid for them was too high, both in terms of dollars and on-the-road fortitude of families.
- Some years ago a company called Apple released products what they called "iPod" and "iPhone". But the price paid for them was too high, both in terms of dollars and on-the-road fortitude of families.
- What will you design?
- I'll design and produce two interconnected modules, capable of providing some level of entertainment to the users. One is intended to be mounted in the front passenger compartment of a car, and the other is intended to be mounted in the rear seat of the car.
- I'll make the electronic components needed, the mounts, the casings and program the modules.
- I'll design two interconnected modules, capable of providing some level of entertainment to the users. One is intended to be mounted in the front passenger compartment of a car, and the other is intended to be mounted in the rear seat of the car.
- I'll make the electronic components needed, the vehicle mounts, the casings and program the modules.
- What materials and components will be used?
- I plan on 3D printing parts such as the mounts, laser-cutting the casings and milling the pcb boards.
- Where will come from?
- Most, if not all of the parts, will be sourced in the FabLab. If needed, I might buy nicer buttons or other components.
- The project will be comprised of a number of materials and components, such as PLA plastic, PCBs, MDF, acrylic and various electronic components.
- Where will they come from?
- Most, if not all of the parts, will be sourced in the FabLab.
- How much will they cost?
-
- At this stage, materials cost will be very low, basically just a few dollars in materials/components.
- What parts and systems will be made?
- Electronic circuitry will be made, both enclosures and mounts.
- What processes will be used?
- Lasercutter: For parts of the casings
- 3D printing: Also for the casings and mounts
- Electronic production: For the electronic components
- What questions need to be answered?
- What do I need to do make things 'childproof'? Both in terms of risk and safety, and in terms of durability.
- How will it be evaluated?
- Does it work at all?
- Have you been in the situation that a child in the backseat is bored and restless?
- What lengths are you willing to go to entertain said child? Learning to produce electronic components, programming and basically almost anything else??
- A big part of the project is to spark interest in making stuff, how things work and DIY mentality. If the final outcome might look like it could, I'd consider it a great success.
## Your project should incorporate:
- 2D and 3D design,
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- electronics design and production,
- embedded micro-controller interfacing and programming,
- system integration and packaging
- Where possible, you should make rather than buy the parts of your project.
- Projects can be separate or joint, but need to show individual mastery of the skills, and be independently operable .
- Projects can be separate or joint, but need to show individual mastery of the skills, and be independently operable .
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Fixed!
### Rear mount
Next up, the rear mount! I grabbed the main measurments of the headreast axles.
<figure markdown>
![Mounting location](../images/final/backseat.jpg)
<figcaption>Mounting location</figcaption>
</figure>
| Item | Measurement |
| --- | --- |
| Axle width | 14mm |
| Between axles | 110mm |
Here we see offspring V2.0. It can be categorized as a future user.
I would need to make all components water(drool)proof.
<figure markdown>
![Future user](../images/final/user.jpg)
<figcaption>Future user</figcaption>
</figure>
I Fusion 360, I made the rear mount.
<figure markdown>
![Rear mount](../images/final/rearmount.jpg)
<figcaption>Rear mount</figcaption>
</figure>
Exported as STLs, here are the files:
| File |
| --- |
| [Rear mount Front](../files/final/RearmountFront.stl) |
| [Rear mount Back](../files/final/RearmountBack.stl) |
| [Fusion360 project file](../files/final/RearMount.f3d) |
TODO: Print and show picture of mount
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