Robotics, Learn by building, module IV: Prototyping and 3D printing

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Robotics, Learn by building, module IV: Prototyping and 3D printing

This module will fuse together everything you learned in the first three parts as you learn how to prototype, which is construction of original machinery from scratch.  Ian will show a variety of both tools, techniques and best practices, including tips and tricks from his own decades of experience in prototyping and modeling.  You’ll see first hand how to use tools you may already have to work in ways you probably never thought of, to make complex parts.  You’ll also learn different mold making techniques and special tools you’ve probably never seen before, or show good and safe ways to use these tools.  You’ll then use it all to build your first robot, a 3D printer. 3D printers really are robots, and with a 3D printer you can then literally print custom designed parts for your robot designs.  Because you are the one designing and building your 3D printer, there are fewer limits to what you can do with it.  It can have a huge printing bed compared to commercial 3D printers that would normally cost thousands of dollars, or you can retrofit it with a laser cutter to custom cut your own parts, or retrofit it with a milling head to cut your own custom metal parts.  All these systems incorporate the same principles of the computer controlled gantry, effectively a robot.


5 reviews for Robotics, Learn by building, module IV: Prototyping and 3D printing

  1. pentatonicola

    can wait to start this course. when will it be available?

    • Ian Juby

      Hi – I’m sorry, I haven’t been getting notifications of posts! Only saw this now. I also apologize that the physics kit has been so far behind in prototyping. I finally got the parts I’ve been waiting for for months, so I’ve been putting in a lot of time this past week in finishing the kit for testing. Once it’s tested, it’ll be available. Though I can’t honestly say how long that will be – testing may reveal some fatal flaw that I have to go an re-design. Especially for safety, it’s really important I get this right.

  2. Mdau

    cant wait too, please realese this course

  3. Lavudijanni Subhash

    It’s been 1 year still course is not released please upload the course,I’m eagerly waiting for it.

    • Ian Juby

      haha! It’s been more than a year! 😀 It’s been brutal – and I really, really want to get this course available but my life has been turned upside-down for the past two years. I actually bought all the parts for the 3D printer prototype and the hope was to have the course available by November. And instead I’m fought with getting my property liveable and ready for the winter since September. So I’ve got literally thousands of dollars in parts, sitting there in the shop that I can do nothing with until I get the prototype finished. And I can’t make the course until the prototype is finished. Thanks for the kind words and the enthusiasm – it’s great to see your zeal for the topics. I’m under a lot of pressure right now for a lot of things, and getting that course up and running is one of the things. Here’s hoping I get some work done on it over the next month or so.

  4. Alan Dombrowski

    Looking forward to the this and the next courses. Let me know when will be available.

  5. yashuafreak

    You go Ian!!! God bless you forever!!!!!!! (really enjoying the Complete Creation 3rd edition as well!!! keep up the great work!!! (as we say here in Hawaii, “U da man!!! Garrans ball bearins!!! ;- ))

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