Jigzilla: the automatic puzzle fixing machine (part 1)

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I thought this would be a fun project to knock off my list after putting myself through the wringer with the automatic basketball hoop. I was mistaken. This task is truly hard. BUT that in addition makes it truly intriguing!

15 Comments:

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  2. Amazing stuff made here!

  3. I’m just relieved this isn’t a dangerous project because I worry about him all the time

  4. The part where he finally gets it to solve the small puzzle is like the most satisfying thing I’ve ever seen in my life.

  5. How long did it take you?

  6. Instead of drilling 30k holes, you can just use MDF instead of plywood. MDF is porous enough to use as a vacuum table. You do need to plane about 1/16″ off of both sides because the surface is less porous than the core.

  7. i guess put the editing computer software in the cloud? faster computational but you do have to pay, google has trials for it cloud computing services

  8. Basically an etch a sketch (5:00)

  9. IdealSound & Performance

    That’s one of the clearest / best explanations I’ve seen for coreXY..wish that existed when I was first wtf about it

  10. how in the god damn fuck

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