Requesting approval by Quinn Morley

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Quinn Morley
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Requesting approval by Quinn Morley

Postby Quinn Morley » Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:13 am

Quinn Morley
Gig Harbor, Washington USA
Phoenix Reborn Hand, Team Unlimbited Thermo-Form Gauntlet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fRb_z7JN86Y

Ebubar
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Re: Requesting approval by Quinn Morley

Postby Ebubar » Tue Feb 27, 2018 1:07 am

Hey Quinn,

Excellent video. The print looks very nice! I love the Prusa printers.

Interesting tensioner. Once you're ready, it'd be great to share that with more in the community for testing.
It could be particularly valuable for some of the devices going to developing countries. That's where the Phoenix Reborn
is seeing greater use and minimizing external hardware is very useful. Very impressive!

Consider this message your approval for the TEST HAND and the Phoenix Reborn fabrication and assembly badges!

The approval badges are currently being sent out through a website called credly, so you'll need to get an account on there:
https://credly.com/

There is work being done to move to a new badging system (called badgr) but all your credly badges will transfer over once that is done. This transfer is somewhat slowing credly badge approvals, so it may take a couple of weeks for your credly submissions to be reviewed. Please be patient.

Once you have an account you can take a screenshot of this post or submit the link for this post into credly to claim your approval badge here:
https://credly.com/claim/101276

Also checkout the enablingthefuture page for getting involved to see what other badges you might be able to get:
http://enablingthefuture.org/get-involved/

Quinn Morley
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Re: Requesting approval by Quinn Morley

Postby Quinn Morley » Mon Jul 16, 2018 5:04 am

Unfortunately I haven't had a chance to continue development on the new adjuster idea that I had, however I put the adjuster/screw combo used in this video on Thingiverse.

Note that after the video I printed some pins laying down on the print bed, sectioned in half. This was worked remarkably well and made the screw almost indestructible. I was very surprised. The potential to snag on clothing still exists but there is a lot of opportunity here. I hope to revisit it more in the future.

Here is the link to Thingiverse: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3006128

Quinn


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