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# Linear Axis
This repo contains the documentation of the research on the [Urumbu machines axis](https://gitlab.cba.mit.edu/neilg/urumbu) during FabLab Instructors bootcamp in FabLab Oulu 2022.
During the bootcamp we reasearched in produce fabbable modules made out in two different techniques: CO2 lasercutter and 3d printer FDM.
We produced a one axis sample made out of MDF 6mm
![IMG_20220113_154823](/assets/IMG_20220113_154823.jpg)
![IMG_20220113_154826](/assets/IMG_20220113_154826_uf5rmqtfy.jpg)
and tested the movement of the wheel is Acrylic 8mm adapting the internal channel width.
![IMG_20220113_154959](/assets/IMG_20220113_154959.jpg)
![IMG_20220113_154959](/assets/IMG_2022![IMG_20220113_154826](/assets/IMG_20220113_154826.jpg)0113_154959_kw4c4ltgj.jpg)
During the last days of the bootcamp we also tested to build a Core XY version with enhanced rigidy, but still to test durability.
![IMG_20220113_154853](/assets/IMG_20220113_154853.jpg)![IMG_20220113_154859](/assets/IMG_20220113_154859.jpg)![IMG_20220113_154934](/assets/IMG_20220113_154934.jpg)![IMG_20220113_154922](/assets/IMG_20220113_154922.jpg)
Detail of the wheel sitting on the U channel.
![IMG_20220113_154917](/assets/IMG_20220113_154917.jpg)
For driving the machines we worked with the usb urumbu control boards produced during the bootcamp.
![IMG_20220113_155117](/assets/IMG_20220113_155117.jpg)
You can find the working file (a bit messy) and the lasercutted files used for both the
- [One axis] (UrumbuOneAxisLaser6mmMDF)
- [CoreXy Version](UrumbuCoreXYLaser6mmMDF)
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