Right now at school we are learning different ways to scan things. We are using regular cameras instead of scanners so I thought that it would be easier with a rotating object instead of going aroundWe print a lot so we have a lot of filament rolls over. I´ll been thinking about an idea that would allow me to reuse them.
At the beginning of this project I just thought about designing an interface that would allow me to use the used filament rolls. The bigger plate that is conected to the motor came after a teacher asked for a motorized vesion. If you don´t have acces to a motor you don´t need to print the big plate. Just glue the lower part to a piece of wood and you would be able to finish in a couple of hours. (printing time)
Find all the instructions at: http://www.instructables.com/id/Recycled-Tuenable-Table-With-3D-printed-Parts/
Maker MoM who loves to build things and understand how they work. Gadget enthusiast. Colombian 🇨🇴. Living in Sweden 😜 3D print Technician 👩🏽🎓