daniel_reetz wrote:We planned for this. 3/4" inch baltic birch is actually 18mm. Is there any other measurement that is causing a problem?
daniel_reetz wrote:The 1.0 version of the artwork.
Fab52 wrote:Hey Rob,
You and Dan are nuts, I'm reading this board for weeks now, at the beginning I think you will ask 20 or 50$ for the .dxf file.
Surprise it was there for free.
Are you from IKEA guys ? I was reading your instructions guide to assemble the book scanner tonight and it just remenber me those IKEA instruction guide.... really well done... Two thumbs up!!!!
I download the .dxf files last week and show it to some CNC owers in my area for a quote, all was impress with the numbers of parts on each board. Out of three owners, they all say the best wood to do this is Baltic birch plywood. So you right guys....
I got different quote from those guys, one ask 10 hours for programming at 40$ + 2 hours for cutting it at 40$ + the price of the baltic birch at 71.00$ for 5X5" sheet, this guy was in a small town and alone with a CNC router. The best price so far come from a guy in a middle town size with competition, 100 $ for programming + 60$ for cutting the two sheets and 52.50 for each sheets of 5x5 baltic birch.... The 100$ is one time fee after that, if I want an other one or somebody in the Montreal area, we will have to pay the cutting and the price of the sheets.... Let's get that scanner in every small organisation like ours.....
Again thanks for your help!!!
PS. English is a second language for me, I read it well, but writing it like a first grade child.... so you may laugh or help me improved my English writing it's up to you .... I leave with that!!!
1. I need to remove the green adjustable clamps (using them is handy while setting things up)
2. Any ideas on how to improve the fastener for the momentary switch?
3. Does this Hackerspace design prevent you from visually removing the spine from view (minimizes Scantailor errors)? With the new standard scanner, it was easy to adjust the camera up and down to avoid shots of the spine and adjacent page. In my setup here, I'm using a wingnut on a bolt, which imobilizes the camera against the support.
4. Blue light. The images from my camera seem blue, which I suspect is the halogen + my setup. Any tips to improve that?
5. Anything else that needs improvement?
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