C3Subtitles: 30C3: Making machines that make
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Making machines that make

rapid prototyping of digital fabrication and instrumentation machines

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Video duration
00:46:54
Language
English
Abstract
Making a new control system for a machine is often a slow and tedious task. Maybe you already have a 3 axis stage, and you already know how to move it around. But what if you want to add a camera and use it for position feedback? You'd have to redesign the whole hardware layer. I'll talk about some ways I've built modularity into control systems for machines so that you can quickly iterate on different kinds of machine systems without getting stuck in hardware land forever. This includes connecting synchronized nodes across a network and importing legacy nodes for things like, say, an old pressure box you found in the trash and has rs232 in. Down with gcode! Long live machine control.

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Talk ID
5587
Event:
30C3
Day
3
Room
Saal 1
Start
11:30 a.m.
Duration
01:00:00
Track
Hardware & Making
Type of
lecture
Speaker
Nadya Peek