Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

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Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by eltoozero » Mon Jun 18, 2018 7:35 pm

First of all, thanks to wermy, Kite, HoolyHoo, and erik_gee for their contributions to the GBZ project.



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LCD Bracket
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Back Button Bracket
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Back Button Support
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Speaker Cover
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Power Board Support
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Back Board Support
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Cartridge Plate & Fan Duct
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I design stuff in SCAD, so my designs are all naturally "parametric" source code and thus can be iterated and modified using the same CSG logic from which they are produced: numeric translations and rotations, intersections, unions and differences of basic 2d and 3d primitives to produce a final "solid" object STL file which is output to the slicer for production on a 3D printer.

I'll be selling these parts once I get the extruder upgraded on my "other" 3D printer, these are fine for personal use but please don't sell them unless I'm not, further you are free and encouraged to modify these designs as long as I retain credit and am not artificially restricted from production and sale of designs based on my source code.

It's not going to help anyone to pull these into normal CAD software and make changes, if you want to "help", learn SCAD and fork the source; witness the Genealogy of the "Greg's Wade's Geared Extruder" to see what happens when a quality SCAD design can flourish as source code.

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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by goodBEan » Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:56 pm

real nice.

To be honest I would of made a version of the back button bracket with 4 buttons. The CSO can handle PSX games with no major issue.

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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by Killar » Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:19 am

Hi. Does anyone know of a easy program or online site to convert the SCAD to STL, so i get someone on 3dhubs to print them

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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by psycost » Fri Jun 22, 2018 6:59 am

Killar wrote:
Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:19 am
Hi. Does anyone know of a easy program or online site to convert the SCAD to STL, so i get someone on 3dhubs to print them
There is a STL folder in the github repo https://github.com/eltoozero/lol-gbz_3d ... aster/stls

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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by eltoozero » Sat Jun 23, 2018 9:28 pm

Killar wrote:
Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:19 am
Hi. Does anyone know of a easy program or online site to convert the SCAD to STL, so i get someone on 3dhubs to print them
Download/Install OpenSCAD, open the .scad files.

Click View Menu, Render (or press F6).

You may need to adjust parameters in the file, there are a bunch of numeric variables at the top for tuning parameters, and the invocation of various modules can be adjusted by commenting out lines with "//".

Once the render completes, File Menu, Export, STL.

Otherwise you can just use the STLs in the GitHub, I think the support bracket might have the supports rendered in the STL, let me know.

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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by eltoozero » Sat Jun 23, 2018 9:31 pm

goodBEan wrote:
Tue Jun 19, 2018 5:56 pm
real nice.

To be honest I would of made a version of the back button bracket with 4 buttons. The CSO can handle PSX games with no major issue.
You wanna send me parts so I can model it?

Files are open source, I need measurements for the caps and adjustments to the hole parameters, feel free to assist.

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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by goodBEan » Sun Jun 24, 2018 8:32 am

eltoozero wrote:
Sat Jun 23, 2018 9:31 pm

You wanna send me parts so I can model it?

Files are open source, I need measurements for the caps and adjustments to the hole parameters, feel free to assist.
For my bracket I used 6x6x12 tact switches. I just created a simple placeholder and threw it into blender. After looking at your designs I think my design would be difficult to work with yours. I saw this other project where someone used start/select buttons and cut them up to fit in the same space. I think that is a better fit.

Here is my bracket
https://sudomod.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=58&t=4624

I do have my place holders attached.
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Re: Single origin parts set for Circuit Sword

Post by Killar » Mon Jun 25, 2018 11:55 pm

hi. When uploading one of the stl files from github, to any online 3dhub i get a error.

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