AdaptationModule(English)

Created Date: 2017-08-30/ updated date: 2017-09-06
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【ゆるファブレシピ】
・AdaptationModule is an open-source educational circuit board that is also a training material for adapting electronic handcraft to life or hobby.
・5 type of circuits are prepared. (brightness, pressure, short-range LED, motor[relay swich])
・MESH is used for control.(of course, it's possible with Arduino)
・Several kinds of holes on the circuit board enable various adaptations.
・AdaptationModule is craftable with RolandDG SRM-20.
・Please refer to the following instruction about how to craft it.
・You can download the data of an acrylic cover from this page.
・Please share your ideas about adaptations!

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        Making

        • 2. Preparation for cutting

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          Use different endmills for circuit and exterior frame
          Circuit: Endmill ZEC-100 (cutter for words)
          Exterior frame: Endmill ZHS-200 (straight endmill)
          Prepare a board 4~5 cm thick and attach it to a work table of SRM-20 with double-faced tape. (If you are experienced, you might want to do leveling)

          • 2-1. Attaching an endmill

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            Attach Endmill ZEC-100 (cutter for words).
            Support blade edge with your finger to prevent it from falling down.

            *Please be careful not to drop the endmill, or its blade edge might get broken.
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          • 2.3 Adjustment of the origin of XY

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            Adjust the origin of XY to the left front side of the substrate.
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          • 2.4 Adjustment of the origin of Z

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            Use arrow keys to move endmill close to the substrate. (Be careful that it does not touch the substrate at this point)
            Use a wrench to loosen the fixation and pull down the endmill manually so that it barely touches the ground.
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            *If you drop it, blade edge of fine endmill might get broken. Use your finger as in 2-1.
            *Make sure that a part indicated by a red sphere has about 1cm space. Otherwise, the endmill does not move down any further.
          • 2.5 Lifting up the endmill before processing

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            After adjusting the origin, lift up the endmill by using arrow keys to move it up in Z direction.

            Keep VPanel activated, and go to the next step.

        • Making circuit

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          After adjustment of the origin, load png files and start cutting.
          Activate iModela Creator (software accompanied with SRM-20) and load files as follows.
          • 3-1.Loading the circuit file

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            Select [file]→[open] in iModela Creator, open circuit.imd, and select whole circuit.
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          • 3-2.Configuration of cutting

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            Press “cutting.”
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          • 3.3 Configuration of a cutter, materials, and a printer

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            1. Check [square] in [configuration of a cutter] section, and enter 0.4 as thickness of a cutter.
            2. Select foam material in [material] section.
            3. Select Roland SRM-20 in [printer] section.
            4. Press [condition of cutting] and go to the next step.
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          • 3.4 Configuration of condition of cutting

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            Set values as indicated in the right figure.
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          • 3.5 Start cutting

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            Start cutting by pressing [cutting]. When a message about VPanel will come up, press OK. We have already finished configuration of VPanel.
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        • 4. Replacement of an endmill and adjustment of the origin of

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          After cutting of circuit is finished, replace the endmill to Endmill ZHS-200 (straight endmill).
          Refer to Step 2 about how to replace an endmill.
          • 4-1.Adjustment of the origin of Z

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            You must adjust the origin of Z again after replacement of the endmill.
            Refer to Step 2 about how to do it.

            *Do not adjust the origin of XY. (You do not need to do that because materials did not move)


        • Processing of holes and cutout of exterior frame

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          The next step is processing of holes and cutout of exterior frame
          • 5-1.Loading the file of holes

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            In iModela Creator select [file]→[open] and open hole.imd you have downloaded.
            Select whole lines.
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          • 5.2 Configuration of a cutter, materials, and a printer

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            As in 3.3, press [cutting], and setting screen of cutting will appear.

            1. In [configuration of a cutter] section, check [square] and enter 2.0 as thickness of a cutter.

            2. Select acrylic in [material] section.

            3. Select Roland SRM-20 as a printer.

            4. Press [condition of cutting] and go to the next step.
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          • 5.3 Setting of condition of cutting

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            Set the condition of cutting as indicated in the figure.
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          • 5-4.Start cutting

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            As in 3.5, start cutting by pressing [cutting].

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        • Soldering

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          Solder resistor, LED, and a battery box.
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          • brightness sensor

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            What you need for the brightness sensor
            · CdS cell(sensor to sense light / dark)
            Please solder the resistance to the blue part, the CDS cell to the orange part, the pin header to the three vertical black parts.


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          • pressure sensor

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            What you need for a pressure sensor
            · pressure sensor(sensor to sense pressure)
            ·resistance(10KΩ)
            · pin header(3pin)
            Please solder the pressure sensor to the orange, the pressure sensor to the black on the top two, the pin header to the three vertical black.
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          • short range sensors

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            What we need for short range sensors
            · photoreflector (sensor to sense distance)
            residtancw(30kΩ)
            · pin header
            Please solder the resistance to the blue part and the orange part, the photo reflector to the red part, the pin header to the three vertical black parts.
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          • LED

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            What we need for LED
            · White LED (You can change the color by turning on the cap)
              be careful + ,-  .
            resistance(1Ω)
            pin header(2pin)
            Please solder the resistance to the blue part, the LED to the orange and the pin header to the three vertical black parts.
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          • motor

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            What you need for a motor
            Please solder the transistor to the blue part, the diode to the orange and the pin header to the three vertical black parts.
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        • Connect to MESH GPIOtag

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          MESH GPIOtag is IoT tag which developed by SONY.

          Each pin has a function.
          1:Power Out
          2~4:Digital Input
          5:Ground
          6~8:Digital Output
          9:Analog Input
          10:PWM Output
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          • brightness sensor

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            +→1(PowerOut)
            −→5(Ground)
            signal→9(AnalogInput)
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          • pressure sensor

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            +→1(PowerOut)
            −→5(Ground)
            signal→9(AnalogInput)
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          • short-range sensor

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            +→1(PowerOut)
            −→5(Ground)
            signal→9(AnalogInput)
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          • LED

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            +→1(PowerOut)
            −→5(Ground)
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          • motor(relay swich)

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            +→1(PowerOut)
            −→5(Ground)
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        • MESH

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          This is an example, that responds to the sensor and sounds a sound, of trying to check if the sensor functions properly.
          • Place GPIO Tag

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          • Place Button Tag

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          • Place Swith Tag

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          • Set the Power Out of the GPIO tag to ON

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          • Set the Power Out of the GPIO tag to OFF

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          • Connect

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          • Place another GPIO Tag

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          • Set Analog Input of GPIO Tag

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          • Place Speaker Tag

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        • ex) MESH Recipe

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          This is an example of connecting the brightness sensor and the motor.

          One button tag
          Two GPIO tags (for brightness sensor, motor)
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          • Adaptation

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            Let’s adapt LED substrate you have produced to your life or hobby !
            • Let’s share !

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              Let’s share productions you make with AdaptationBoard in Usages !

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