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3D models

Post by l3v3rz » Mon Sep 01, 2008 5:08 pm

Post by l3v3rz
Mon Sep 01, 2008 5:08 pm

Does anyone have 3D model files for Robobuilder. I'm building a simulator in C# using XNA and Physx and could really do with some nice CAD renderings

thanks

Here is the look so far. (so you can see why I need beter renderings !)

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Does anyone have 3D model files for Robobuilder. I'm building a simulator in C# using XNA and Physx and could really do with some nice CAD renderings

thanks

Here is the look so far. (so you can see why I need beter renderings !)

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Post by PedroR » Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:39 pm

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Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:39 pm

hi

i have contacted the manufacturer and asked him if it is possible to send us some of the files. i will get back to you once we have received and answer.

regards,
Pedro.
hi

i have contacted the manufacturer and asked him if it is possible to send us some of the files. i will get back to you once we have received and answer.

regards,
Pedro.
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Post by PedroR » Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:57 pm

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Thu Sep 04, 2008 12:57 pm

hi again

the manufacturer is able to provide the files in either "*.igs" file, or "*.stp" file format.
Which is the format you preffer? They can only send ONE of those file formats (not both....)

please let me know asap so i can get back to them.

thanks
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hi again

the manufacturer is able to provide the files in either "*.igs" file, or "*.stp" file format.
Which is the format you preffer? They can only send ONE of those file formats (not both....)

please let me know asap so i can get back to them.

thanks
pedro
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Post by l3v3rz » Thu Sep 04, 2008 3:25 pm

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Thu Sep 04, 2008 3:25 pm

That really good of them - excellent news

Neither format is perfect as I'm using Blender, but on balance I think IGS is probably best.

Thanks
That really good of them - excellent news

Neither format is perfect as I'm using Blender, but on balance I think IGS is probably best.

Thanks
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Post by PedroR » Wed Sep 10, 2008 2:30 pm

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Wed Sep 10, 2008 2:30 pm

here are the files we got from Robobuilder: http://robosavvy.com/Builders/PedroR/3d ... format.zip

I hope it meets your needs :)

Regards
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here are the files we got from Robobuilder: http://robosavvy.com/Builders/PedroR/3d ... format.zip

I hope it meets your needs :)

Regards
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Post by l3v3rz » Wed Sep 10, 2008 8:33 pm

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Wed Sep 10, 2008 8:33 pm

Thanks ! That worked perfectly - very detailed models. I've converted them into VRML and then loaded into Blender. All seem to work fine - except for slight glitch on the servo - which Ive now fixed.

I could load onto the website if any one else wants to play (assuming they don't mind?). Could easily make a fun animated 3D cartoon using armatures if you were of mind to ....

thanks again
Thanks ! That worked perfectly - very detailed models. I've converted them into VRML and then loaded into Blender. All seem to work fine - except for slight glitch on the servo - which Ive now fixed.

I could load onto the website if any one else wants to play (assuming they don't mind?). Could easily make a fun animated 3D cartoon using armatures if you were of mind to ....

thanks again
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Post by PedroR » Wed Sep 10, 2008 9:47 pm

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Wed Sep 10, 2008 9:47 pm

Hi

you are very welcome to post all that!
we love so see the creativity of our members and have them share it with us :)

Pedro.
Hi

you are very welcome to post all that!
we love so see the creativity of our members and have them share it with us :)

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Post by i-Bot » Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:10 am

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Sat Sep 13, 2008 10:10 am

It would be great if you can share the converted files.

I have added hip joints, so I need to make a diagram to include these in the servo numbering. Only the feet, hands and servos are original, but that is a big start. I replaced the body, knees, and hips with carbon fibre, and the hips are alloy now.
It would be great if you can share the converted files.

I have added hip joints, so I need to make a diagram to include these in the servo numbering. Only the feet, hands and servos are original, but that is a big start. I replaced the body, knees, and hips with carbon fibre, and the hips are alloy now.
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Post by l3v3rz » Sun Sep 14, 2008 11:43 am

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Sun Sep 14, 2008 11:43 am

Thats sounds very impressive - what about some photos ?

I'm up loading the files now. I converted them first to WRL and then imported all those files into a single blend file.

Do you intend to sell your stuff as a kit ?

cheers
Thats sounds very impressive - what about some photos ?

I'm up loading the files now. I converted them first to WRL and then imported all those files into a single blend file.

Do you intend to sell your stuff as a kit ?

cheers
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Post by i-Bot » Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:01 pm

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Wed Sep 24, 2008 12:01 pm

Thanks for the models.

I have been looking at them, but I am not very used to CAD especially 3D. So some learning to do yet.

The new plates and hips are fairly simple:
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The hips were going to be carbon fibre angle, but it does not seem very strong at the angle point, so I have kept the 1/8 aluminium for now. I am waiting to see how good the thinner Robobuilder ali brackets are. I think my configuration should be the same as the Robobuilder brackets

The knees and hips are just 1mm CF sheet.Image

The body is from 30mm CF angle.
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Head is PS2 wireless receiver with output simulating the IR controller.
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Thanks to NovaOne for making the logitech interface board.
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It just fits inside the head after milling out some of the internals.
Thanks for the models.

I have been looking at them, but I am not very used to CAD especially 3D. So some learning to do yet.

The new plates and hips are fairly simple:
Image
Image

The hips were going to be carbon fibre angle, but it does not seem very strong at the angle point, so I have kept the 1/8 aluminium for now. I am waiting to see how good the thinner Robobuilder ali brackets are. I think my configuration should be the same as the Robobuilder brackets

The knees and hips are just 1mm CF sheet.Image

The body is from 30mm CF angle.
Image

Head is PS2 wireless receiver with output simulating the IR controller.
Image

Thanks to NovaOne for making the logitech interface board.
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It just fits inside the head after milling out some of the internals.
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Post by NovaOne » Fri Sep 26, 2008 4:36 pm

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Fri Sep 26, 2008 4:36 pm

Very nice job i-Bot...looks like your RB is 90% home built...must have taken hours.....When do you intend to sell the kits?


l3v3rz any more progress with your simulation, it looks very impressive?

Re: 3D model data
I have imported the igs files into Inventor, but the wCK seems to have no cover over the gears?
Very nice job i-Bot...looks like your RB is 90% home built...must have taken hours.....When do you intend to sell the kits?


l3v3rz any more progress with your simulation, it looks very impressive?

Re: 3D model data
I have imported the igs files into Inventor, but the wCK seems to have no cover over the gears?
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Post by limor » Mon Oct 27, 2008 12:33 pm

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Mon Oct 27, 2008 12:33 pm

3D CAD models of the joints are now available for download.

These can be used as a basis on which to build your own custom joints (using emachineshop.com for example)



robobuilder-joints-igs-CAD-3D.zip
3D CAD models of the joints are now available for download.

These can be used as a basis on which to build your own custom joints (using emachineshop.com for example)



robobuilder-joints-igs-CAD-3D.zip
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Post by horatio » Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:03 pm

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Tue Oct 28, 2008 3:03 pm

limor wrote:These can be used as a basis on which to build your own custom joints (using emachineshop.com for example)
robobuilder-joints-igs-CAD-3D.zip

Hi limor,

Its a stupid question,how I open the unzipped files?

I had install the eMachineShop , but cannot open and import the unzipped files.

Thanks for your help.
limor wrote:These can be used as a basis on which to build your own custom joints (using emachineshop.com for example)
robobuilder-joints-igs-CAD-3D.zip

Hi limor,

Its a stupid question,how I open the unzipped files?

I had install the eMachineShop , but cannot open and import the unzipped files.

Thanks for your help.
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Post by hivemind » Wed Oct 29, 2008 5:11 am

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Wed Oct 29, 2008 5:11 am

The file format is .igs, or of IGES type - one of the most supported cad file types in use today. Any of the recent versions of eMachineShop should be able to 'import' the IGES files (granted, I also understand that you have having trouble doing so). Further, I am aware that software such as Autodesk Inventor and Solidworks can certainly work with the IGES format - so if eMachineShop continues to give you trouble, I might suggest switching to one of these professional alternatives. Is it possible you have a dated version of eMachineShop? while the format of IGES has remained nearly the same through the years - perhaps running it through another program first will solve your problem. Personally, I have had great success with Autodesk Inventor.
The file format is .igs, or of IGES type - one of the most supported cad file types in use today. Any of the recent versions of eMachineShop should be able to 'import' the IGES files (granted, I also understand that you have having trouble doing so). Further, I am aware that software such as Autodesk Inventor and Solidworks can certainly work with the IGES format - so if eMachineShop continues to give you trouble, I might suggest switching to one of these professional alternatives. Is it possible you have a dated version of eMachineShop? while the format of IGES has remained nearly the same through the years - perhaps running it through another program first will solve your problem. Personally, I have had great success with Autodesk Inventor.
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Post by horatio » Wed Oct 29, 2008 10:18 am

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Wed Oct 29, 2008 10:18 am

Solidwork can open the files,thanks for your helped.
Solidwork can open the files,thanks for your helped.
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