"Book Pusher"

Created Date: 2018-01-29/ updated date: 2018-01-31
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By sa
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        • Step 1: Design the Arms

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          1. Measure the size of the connector to the motor
          2. Draw on illustrator: arm1 arm2 (In our case, we combined 3 layers of 4mm MDF, having the first layer cut with shape of the connector to the motor.)
          3. Cut with laser cutter and resemble
          4. Make sure the arm won't hit the shelf when moving, if so, remake it!

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          • Small screen shot 2018 01 30 at 9.45.09 pm
          • Small screen shot 2018 01 15 at 12.47.47 am
          • Step 3: Make a Container

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            1. Measure the size of the button
            2. Draw the box on illustrator (make sure there's enough space to place on the shelf and space for breadboard, arduino and batteries.  )
            3. Cut with laser cutter
            Small screen shot 2018 01 15 at 12.50.42 am
            • Step 4: Build Up

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              1. Write the codes and set the angle of the arm movement
              2. Upload it to Arduino
              3. Build up according to this set-up graph, see the video for more details
              • Step 5: Final check up

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                Make sure that
                1. all buttons work, 
                2. everything fits in the box,
                3. wires are long enough, and
                4. cable can reach the plug.
                • Small screen shot 2018 01 30 at 8.41.15 pm
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                • Step 6: Final Set Up

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                  1. Set up the motors according do your bookshelf's setting
                  2. Use tape to set to the position first
                  3. Make sure each arm and motor work
                  4. Use super glue to stable the motors!
                  Small screen shot 2018 01 30 at 8.45.01 pm
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