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Spazzi

by beatbots, published

Spazzi by beatbots Jul 2, 2011

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Description

A solenoid-powered dancebot.
Designed by BeatBots for MAKE Magazine.
Video at vimeo.com/26191062

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I've been working on building a Spazzi using the guide created at http://makeprojects.com/Projec... -- which I first read about in MAKE Vol. 27 -- and, if I'm interpreting the STL files correctly, the diameter of the hole being used in the plastic pieces that need to be constructed are approximately 20mm in diameter which would be for the 3/4" diameter Solenoid part #C12-24C12DC-AY that I found at http://www.mouser.com/ProductD... -- but, regrettably, this part is obsolete. That being the case, I had purchased three of the 1" diameter Solenoid part #C16-32C12DC-AY at http://www.mouser.com/ProductD... -- which was still in stock.

For the 1" diameter Solenoid to fit, my thought is that I would just need to scale the STL file 4:3, but I'm not sure if that would be the case.

For instance http://www.fabbr.com/p/custom-... they can give you a quote (please post back the information somewhere).

Ask someone who have a reprap to print it.

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BESommer on Mar 7, 2012 said:

I've been working on building a Spazzi using the guide created at http://makeprojects.com/Projec... -- which I first read about in MAKE Vol. 27 -- and, if I'm interpreting the STL files correctly, the diameter of the hole being used in the plastic pieces that need to be constructed are approximately 20mm in diameter which would be for the 3/4" diameter Solenoid part #C12-24C12DC-AY that I found at http://www.mouser.com/ProductD... -- but, regrettably, this part is obsolete. That being the case, I had purchased three of the 1" diameter Solenoid part #C16-32C12DC-AY at http://www.mouser.com/ProductD... -- which was still in stock.

For the 1" diameter Solenoid to fit, my thought is that I would just need to scale the STL file 4:3, but I'm not sure if that would be the case.

kjbeavers on Sep 7, 2011 said:

I uploaded the base, pupils, head, and body parts to i.materialise.com and chose the cheapest material to make the parts with, and the total came to $82.23. Is there a cheaper way??

DeuxVis on Sep 23, 2011 said:

Ask someone who have a reprap to print it.

MR_MUTANT on Jul 29, 2011 said:

This Guy is Awesome printing his pieces now!!! :):):):):):):):):)

TeamTeamUSA on Jul 6, 2011 said:

Wow, this is great! It's Keepon's ghetto cousin!;)

Wonder if this is a prototype for the Keepon toy: http://wowstuff.co.uk/product/...

Gav on Jul 3, 2011 said:

+1 for a video, please

charlespax on Jul 3, 2011 said:

Any videos?

Anonymous on Jul 4, 2011 said:
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