[OpenSCAD] The multiplication table is being made as I type this...
Whosawhatsis
whosawhatsis at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 21:53:03 CET 2011
You can get a stronger object if you leave fill on for the extra shells. You can make your objects hollow by changing the infill density to zero. This will also make the top and bottom solid, but if you don't want that, you can change the solid surface thickness to zero also. Just set the number of extra shells you want (it's the "spares layers" setting that you will be using).
On Sunday, November 13, 2011 at 12:34 PM, Dan Zuras 3D wrote:
>
>
> Folks,
>
> I finally got OpenSCAD, skeinforge, & my machine
> to agree on a design that can be rendered, skeined,
> & extruded.
>
> The key insight as far as OpenSCAD was concerned
> was to build the objects as polygonal layer cakes
> rather than cut things out of a barrel shape.
>
> The key as far as skeinforge was concerned was to
> use a model that has fill turned off. This creates
> Gcode that makes an object with no top, no bottom,
> & only one bead of plastic for each layer. It also
> had the nice side effect of reducing the build time
> from 3 to 4 hours per object to half an hour each.
> Given that the entire project is 100 objects, that's
> a big deal.
>
> As for my machine, I still have an annoyng oozebane
> problem so rather than print them in plates of 10,
> I am reduced to building them one at a time. I'm
> not absolutely certain that I will actually get
> through it all but I'm about 40% done now & I don't
> see anything in the way of finishing but time & PLA.
>
> Still, as you all know, I've been wrong before. :-)
>
> I include the source code below in case any of you
> have young'ins you want to multiply for you.
>
> I thank all of you for your help in completing what
> at first seemed merely an OpenSCAD/OpenCSG/CGAL bug
> finder.
>
> I particularly want to thank "M.Rule"
> <mrule7404 at gmail.com (mailto:mrule7404 at gmail.com)> who told me about the no-fill
> thing, Whosawhatsis <whosawhatsis at gmail.com (mailto:whosawhatsis at gmail.com)> who
> seconded that suggesstion & helped with various
> approaches to making the shapes needed, nop head
> <nop.head at gmail.com (mailto:nop.head at gmail.com)> who was able to verify some of the
> bugs I found, William Adams <william_a_adams at msn.com (mailto:william_a_adams at msn.com)>
> who took a personal interest in the project & sent me
> some code fragments that worked for him, Triffid Hunter
> <triffid.hunter at gmail.com (mailto:triffid.hunter at gmail.com)> who was able to explain some
> of the CGAL problems, & Marius Kintel <marius at kintel.net (mailto:marius at kintel.net)>
> who was able to identify the bugs I found & is making
> sure they are fixed in future releases.
>
> Thanks all,
>
> Dan
>
>
> /*
> table - A collection of objects to aid in teaching
> the multiplication table to a 4-year old.
>
> by
>
> Dan Zuras
>
> I have been having no end of difficulties trying to
> get this to work. Some of the problems have been of
> my own design. Some with OpenSCAD. Some with CGAL.
> Some with Skeinforge. And some with the extruded
> objects themselves. Indeed, this entire effort has
> proved to be a most efficient bug finder. This is my
> lastest effort to simplify the design to something
> that both works & does the job. I have no reason to
> believe it will work. That is my insanity.
>
> 11/5/11 3 AM Wrote this more or less from scratch.
> 11/5/11 1 PM Hmm. Works so far. Let me try the
> oneX & twoX cases as kind of an acid
> test. So far so good. Let me try a
> plate full of them. Too much ooze.
> I'll have to do them one at a time.
>
> ===
>
> */
>
> module shape(m) translate([0,1/m,0]) polygon(points=[[0,-1/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(30)/m,-2*sin(30)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(25)/m,-2*sin(25)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(20)/m,-2*sin(20)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(15)/m,-2*sin(15)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(10)/m,-2*sin(10)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(5)/m,-2*sin(5)/m],
> [1-2/m+2/m,0],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(5)/m,2*sin(5)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(10)/m,2*sin(10)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(15)/m,2*sin(15)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(20)/m,2*sin(20)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(25)/m,2*sin(25)/m],
> [1-2/m+2*cos(30)/m,2*sin(30)/m],
> [0,1/m]]);
>
> // translate([-4, 1,0]) shape(1);
> // translate([-2, 1,0]) shape(2);
> // translate([ 0, 1,0]) shape(3);
> // translate([ 2, 1,0]) shape(4);
> // translate([ 4, 1,0]) shape(5);
> // translate([-4,-1,0]) shape(6);
> // translate([-2,-1,0]) shape(7);
> // translate([ 0,-1,0]) shape(8);
> // translate([ 2,-1,0]) shape(9);
> // translate([ 4,-1,0]) shape(10);
>
> module unit1x(m) for (i=[0:m-1]) translate([0,0,2*i/m])
> rotate_extrude(convexity=1,$fn=120) shape(m);
>
> module unit2x(m) scale([2,2/sqrt(3),1]) intersection() {
> translate([-1/2,0,0]) unit1x(m);
> translate([1/2,0,0]) unit1x(m);
> }
>
> // scale([25,25,25]) unit2x(7);
>
> module unitBarrel(n,m) if (n==1) { unit1x(m); } else if (n==2) { unit2x(m); }
> else { for (i=[0:m-1]) translate([0,0,2*i/m])
> rotate_extrude(convexity=1,$fn=n) shape(m); }
>
> // scale([25,25,25]) {
> // translate([-4,1,0]) unitBarrel(5,1);
> // translate([-2,1,0]) unitBarrel(5,2);
> // translate([0,1,0]) unitBarrel(5,3);
> // translate([2,1,0]) unitBarrel(5,4);
> // translate([4,1,0]) unitBarrel(5,5);
> // translate([-4,-1,0]) unitBarrel(5,6);
> // translate([-2,-1,0]) unitBarrel(5,7);
> // translate([0,-1,0]) unitBarrel(5,8);
> // translate([2,-1,0]) unitBarrel(5,9);
> // translate([4,-1,0]) unitBarrel(5,10);
> // }
>
> // translate([0,-3,0]) cube(1);
>
> // scale([25,25,25]) unitBarrel(1,5);
> // scale([25,25,25]) unitBarrel(2,5);
> // scale([25,25,25]) unitBarrel(3,5);
>
> module entry(n,m) scale([25,25,25]) unitBarrel(n,m);
>
> dx = 26*sqrt(3);
> dy = 26;
>
> module plate(n) union() {
> translate([-dx, 2*dy,0]) entry(n,1);
> translate([-dx, 0,0]) entry(n,2);
> translate([-dx,-2*dy,0]) entry(n,3);
> translate([ 0, 3*dy,0]) entry(n,4);
> translate([ 0, dy,0]) entry(n,5);
> translate([ 0, -dy,0]) entry(n,6);
> translate([ 0,-3*dy,0]) entry(n,7);
> translate([ dx, 2*dy,0]) entry(n,8);
> translate([ dx, 0,0]) entry(n,9);
> translate([ dx,-2*dy,0]) entry(n,10);
> }
>
> // plate(1);
>
> // entry(10,10);
> _______________________________________________
> OpenSCAD mailing list
> OpenSCAD at rocklinux.org (mailto:OpenSCAD at rocklinux.org)
> http://rocklinux.net/mailman/listinfo/openscad
>
>
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://rocklinux.net/pipermail/openscad/attachments/20111113/643141ac/attachment.html
More information about the OpenSCAD
mailing list