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:*Broken line in 1/8" material is a bend line
 
:*Broken line in 1/8" material is a bend line
 
:*Numbers in brackets refer to the quantities
 
:*Numbers in brackets refer to the quantities
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:*Nesting in Master CAM file is on a 4'x8' sheet of steel
 
*Some of the individual files are [[File:CEB_DXFs.zip]] - but a lot of them failed to import into [[LibreCAD]].
 
*Some of the individual files are [[File:CEB_DXFs.zip]] - but a lot of them failed to import into [[LibreCAD]].
 
*Steel order from Seaman and Schuske for only the 1/2" steel plate - nested onto 5x10 foot steel- [[File:seamanandschuske.zip]]
 
*Steel order from Seaman and Schuske for only the 1/2" steel plate - nested onto 5x10 foot steel- [[File:seamanandschuske.zip]]

Latest revision as of 06:22, 3 January 2018

Development Template[edit]

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Controller[edit]

See CEB Press Controller v17.08

Solenoid Valve[edit]

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Control Code[edit]

See CEB Press Controller Genealogy for previous versions.

2017 version:

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CAD[edit]

CAM[edit]

Updated CNC Cut Files[edit]

  • There are pieces cut from eighth inch steel, quarter inch steel, and half inch steel - marked accordingly
  • Broken line in 1/8" material is a bend line
  • Numbers in brackets refer to the quantities
  • Nesting in Master CAM file is on a 4'x8' sheet of steel

BOM[edit]

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Build Instructions[edit]

Hydraulics + Controls[edit]

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Language Agnostic Instructionals - Structure[edit]

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User Manual[edit]

See CEB_Press_v17.08_Owner's_Manual

CEB Press Upgrades 2017 - Working Docs on Redesign[edit]

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Use[edit]

v16.09 in use without hopper and with manual controls to allow workshop participants to operate the machine hands on:

Ceb2016.jpg


Cylinder Working Doc[edit]

CEB Cylinder

Improvements and Future Work[edit]

Our machine nears perfection. Last year we developed a modular CEB controller that is made from common parts and CAT 5 quick connects from controller to solenoids. We have tested a stationary soil mixer last year. This year the several improvements include:

  • Further Simplification of drawer guides
  • Visual logic programming via Ardublock
  • CNC torch table cutting with the D3D CNC Torch Table. We will do various test cuts to verify parts fit, though we will be outsourcing from our local fab shop so that we have a guaranteed parts set on hand.
  • CNC-cut Power cube with the same frame design as the D3D frame.
  • Open Source CEB Cylinder. Hydraulic open source cylinder for serviceability . Cylinder sourcing has been problematic due to our specific requirements, so we will make our own from a kit, while starting to explore the 3D printability of cylinder seals.
  • New brute force mixer/rock crusher that doses cement for full control and complete mixing of soil, going for commercially-viable block. The concept is just begun, full design is forthcoming.

Optimizations[edit]

  • Poka-yoke the grate frame sides
  • Cut angle poka-yokes for the frame mid, bottom, top

Team Needs[edit]

  • Check.pngCEB CAD upgrades - starting from data collection on last year's machine


Advanced Soil Preparation Concept[edit]

CEB Soil Preparation Concept

Future Work[edit]

CEB Press Future Work

Links[edit]