Machinist Relay | Linear Stage Compliant Structures


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Published: 5 months ago
I got a box from Abom79 containing the machinist's relay. I'm struggling to adapt a waterjet cut linear stage into a CNC mill-able design. The stage is part of Dan Gelbart's youtube series on engineering and machining prototypes.
Dan Gelbart channel https://www.youtube.com/user/dgelbart/videos


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I thought a Machinist Relay is a track and field event where the first machinist gets the baton to some state of completeness, doesn't tell the next guy what needs to be done, pulls a random fuse, hides the keys to the shop, and then hands the baton to the next guy. First team to pass the finish line with a fully machined baton wins.

5 months ago

@OEFBugout ESPN 8: the ocho

1 month ago

@Lakshmanan L M me too at first!

4 months ago

@Logical Conservative I tot I read wench...

4 months ago

now that would be an Olympic event worth watchin

5 months ago

I hope there will be a video where someone explains what the hell happened to this thing. I woulda just drilled and tapped two holes in the corners and let someone else worry about the next step.

3 days ago

"Hot Clapper Action" bwahahahahahahaha!

1 month ago

Does anyone have any clue what that box knife he has is. I would love to have one like that.

1 month ago

My bet is 'Olfa' ... same company that makes the green cutting mat shown in a lot of his vids.
They have a craft line & a professional line for the construction types. Had a similar one years ago (mine was yellow), best one I ever used.

1 month ago

Use hard wax, not foam. Melt it in, machine, usually you can just dig it out.

3 months ago

Doesn't all that milk get sour?

3 months ago

It's sour to begin with !!
Newbies, geesh.

1 month ago

The endings do your videos are abrupt sometimes. Guess that's just how the pickle squirts

3 months ago

jesus, I just figured you were mentally deficient till I saw the Zortrax, let the Polish jokes begin, you know they invented the first real jet right? the Jetski! ;]

4 months ago

Now every Southpark episode i watch henceforth will make A LOT more sense!

4 months ago

The DOW foam out of the can is hard to control flow, but the DOW contractor gun with the larger thread-on cans works great, can reduce flow all the way to zero with a knob on the back of the gun. I've learned the hard way to keep it clean though and leave the DOW cleaner (comes in thread-on cans to run through gun) in the gun so foam does not dry inside, but otherwise, this is far more efficient than the single use expanding foam cans. Also, the black plastic tips are a must in my experience as they allow deeper access to small gaps and make cleaning the gun tip easier.

4 months ago

pour wax in there?

4 months ago

You are the first person needed in a zombie apocolypse!!!! Take it for what its worth...

4 months ago

isn't this kinda how the puzzle box from hell raiser was made?

4 months ago

How's theclaws welding progression is the house still up?

4 months ago

Bit late finding this Gem. seems to me like Chickadee Engineerding ought to be involved on these complicrumpted attempts if you want a good result .

4 months ago

So you gave up or what? I want to see how this relay works

4 months ago

Watching you're videos intoxicated on some good beers best thing around haha good weekend. Groeten uit Nederland

4 months ago

Ooof get a folding Stanley knife. The only thing I understood here was the cardboard box, what's the grooved up metal thing you're making?

4 months ago

I love those Olfa cutters, carried one nearly every day when I was stocking shelves. Best knives for opening boxes ever.

4 months ago

I think you could have also put some harmonic dampener on the opposite side of the cuts to prevent buildup of harmonic resonance which probably contributed to the breakage.

4 months ago

That foam is pretty garbage. A 2-part epoxy poured in the channel would hold significantly better.

4 months ago

Use some of those sweet patreon dollars and buy some 136°F Eutectic Fusible Alloy. Fun to play with and great for temporarily fusing parts for machining. Cheap too!

4 months ago

Could of put wax in it, but cleaver thinking!

5 months ago

Wait, so who’s Quinn Ducky?

5 months ago

@vaderdudenator1 Cool stuff, definitely check her out.

4 months ago

Thanks! I think this is the first I’ve heard of her so I couldn’t get the spelling well enough to find the channel. It looks pretty good though

4 months ago

Quinn Dunki, the owner of the channel BlondiHacks.

4 months ago

GOD STOP WITH THE WELDING GO DRINK A BEER! TAKE OFF!

5 months ago

A real part that gets paid engineering! Cooler than a frozen potato but not by much

5 months ago

What's a guy gotta do to hear some classical music??

5 months ago

BUY a 1967 volkswagon

4 months ago

Is that yellow Pisten Bully thing actually a part or just a sticker on something else?

5 months ago

How many subs does this man have?

5 months ago

Can you please pull apart a "Sovamedic Harmonie" machine on David Icke's website? That would be an interesting video in of itself! Thanks for the consideration!

5 months ago

AVE ! i got a gift for you how can i contact you?

5 months ago