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- Re: A directory for Facebook? by Krux on Monday February 29, 2016 @ 06:32pm

Re: A directory for Facebook?
Posted by Caliber on Monday March 7, 2016 @ 06:22am
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Did you delete your facebook account. That's the best way.

Three tweets a month and one blog post a year don't really help your friends keep up with the latest news and how you're doing, though. :(

There is that.

unless you really aren't doing anything, but we know that's not true. you got some pimptastic new robot thing to throw hard rive platters! Is that just for vertical launch or are you going to have it throw horizontal?

We thought about a method to aim for an angled trajectory.

seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

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Posted by Krux on Friday March 11, 2016 @ 10:20pm
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seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

Naa.. don't need anything that complex... just need a stub of acrylic that the ring can sit on.

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Posted by voltaic on Tuesday March 22, 2016 @ 06:55am
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seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

Naa.. don't need anything that complex... just need a stub of acrylic that the ring can sit on.

I wanted to ask, based on viewing the video and reading the stuff you've written. Is there a reason you use a hard acrylic ring as the launch platform? I'm wondering aloud why not a hardened rubber ring or something that may absorb the shock without breaking. Maybe you've tried it and it didn't work?

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Posted by Krux on Monday April 18, 2016 @ 01:34pm
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seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

Naa.. don't need anything that complex... just need a stub of acrylic that the ring can sit on.

I wanted to ask, based on viewing the video and reading the stuff you've written. Is there a reason you use a hard acrylic ring as the launch platform? I'm wondering aloud why not a hardened rubber ring or something that may absorb the shock without breaking. Maybe you've tried it and it didn't work?

I've since changed the material. Since the acrylic shattered. I'm using a fiberglass like material right now. Though at full power the wire ties still all break because of the forces involved. Current thinking is to either sandwich with a polycarbonate, or machine the coil out of a copper blank which is much sturdier.

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Posted by Stealth on Tuesday May 3, 2016 @ 10:23pm
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seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

Naa.. don't need anything that complex... just need a stub of acrylic that the ring can sit on.

I wanted to ask, based on viewing the video and reading the stuff you've written. Is there a reason you use a hard acrylic ring as the launch platform? I'm wondering aloud why not a hardened rubber ring or something that may absorb the shock without breaking. Maybe you've tried it and it didn't work?

I've since changed the material. Since the acrylic shattered. I'm using a fiberglass like material right now. Though at full power the wire ties still all break because of the forces involved. Current thinking is to either sandwich with a polycarbonate, or machine the coil out of a copper blank which is much sturdier.

This seems to be the makings of something like a rail gun down the road... where do you plan on taking the future of the project? Portable? Different projectiles?

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Posted by Krux on Sunday May 22, 2016 @ 04:19am
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seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

Naa.. don't need anything that complex... just need a stub of acrylic that the ring can sit on.

I wanted to ask, based on viewing the video and reading the stuff you've written. Is there a reason you use a hard acrylic ring as the launch platform? I'm wondering aloud why not a hardened rubber ring or something that may absorb the shock without breaking. Maybe you've tried it and it didn't work?

I've since changed the material. Since the acrylic shattered. I'm using a fiberglass like material right now. Though at full power the wire ties still all break because of the forces involved. Current thinking is to either sandwich with a polycarbonate, or machine the coil out of a copper blank which is much sturdier.

This seems to be the makings of something like a rail gun down the road... where do you plan on taking the future of the project? Portable? Different projectiles?

Next phase in this type of machine is building a machine that can vaporize aluminum mesh. I need a LOT more capacitors however.

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Posted by Stealth on Tuesday May 31, 2016 @ 10:54pm
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Next phase in this type of machine is building a machine that can vaporize aluminum mesh. I need a LOT more capacitors however.

/sniff /sniff smells like victory!

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Posted by Caliber on Sunday March 13, 2016 @ 08:05pm
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seems like it would be pretty easy (maybe expensive, but easy) to build a magnetic barrel and then set the device up on a tilt-able platform. Volt and I used magnetic dampening on our IEEE project in high school and it worked nicely, would make a keen "disk barrel". If its not precise though, it would reduce the velocity after the fact

Naa.. don't need anything that complex... just need a stub of acrylic that the ring can sit on.

damn your pragmatic solutions, nay, I say, nay...!!!

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