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|Record created date||April 20, 2015|
|Record created by||tibi|
Design, budget of 2,250$
Easily replicable design with stock components and minimal use of custom parts (unless they can be digitally fabricated with a RepRap class 3-D printer or CNC mill –e.g. limit to what is found in most fab labs and avoid high energy processes and a skilled machinist). The designers should seek to minimize cost and complexity while keeping throughput high (continuous if possible).
WORK ETHIC REQUIREMENTS
# Work should be done transparently, allowing all project contributors to provide feedback and to contribute.
# Contributions without proper documentation according to requirements of CERN open source hardware license are invalid.
# Documentation should be created progressively, during every work session, not at the end of a task.
# This task cannot be monopolized by any contributor, it is open to participation.
# Milestones must be announced to project affiliates as they are reached.
# Number of man-hours and budget are fixed. If more time is spent than planned and money to be paid surpasses the allocated budget, contributors involved in this task split the allocated budget in proportion to everyone's contribution.
# Contributions that do not reflect good work, that are inflated, or that are not properly documented can be redflagged by any contributor in this project, which can lead to the invalidation of the contribution. Repetitively misrepresenting work in logged contributions can lead to expulsion from project.
Conducted literature review about generic extruders in the food industry, their operation, and main components of industrial extrusion plants.
Mapping existing organizations (on Diigo) that have relevant activities such as supplying machines or industrial production.
Acquired a 2020 book that details the processes of extrusion processing as well as the mechanical and electrical design considerations involved.
Workparties or Scrums. We hold a weekly workparty, every Wednesday, from 12 to 5pm EST. See event https://calendar.google.com/event?action=TEMPLATE&tmeid=Nm9vM2NwaGo2cGk2NGJiMTY1aWpnYjlrY2dyMzRiOW82OG82NmJiMjY0cmo2cGhtYzVpajJwMWpjY18yMDIxMDcyOFQxNjAwMDBaIHBvNXVidDRkMzhjdm12dWFrOWEzamttZDQwQGc&tmsrc=po5ubt4d38cvmvuak9a3jkmd40%40group.calendar.google.com
Harvesting discussions and placing them into documents, formatting documents.
Logging low-skill technical work.
Suppose you 3D print something that takes 10 hours, but only requires one hour of setting up the printer, checking the print job from time to time, make on the fly adjustments and post-processing the part. You only log one hour.
The ware and tear of your 3D printer is logged in the Usable Inputs section. Your printer must be part of the Sensorica's pool of shareables, which means that it needs to be part of the inventory. Ask Tibi to add your printer.
Transporting self or something, traveling.
Time spend shopping for parts and materials online or in physical stores.
Documenting the prototype, its characteristics, behavior, functioning, observations, lessons learned, etc.
testing possibilities for balancing two phototransistors.