I recently saw a cartoon as I was scrolling through Facebook and thought I could use that as a long drawn out gag for this video because realistically other than adding paint and a few holes there wasn't much else to show. For those of you not familiar with my channel the voice of the joker is played by Chip who has appeared on a few oh my videos over the last 2 years.
So you would be forgiven for thinking the final design lacks a certain amount of stylishness and i take no offence. I'm not going to argue with you either but in my defence the design has a few requirements that ultimately shaped the final project. Unlike most CNC controllers this needs to be portable. I need to disconnect and move the entire unit quickly and easily. It has to be sturdy and not unbalanced so it won't fall over. The build needs to include some additional features not found on a regular CNC console such as 3 HMDI outputs. One for the touchscreen, one for the wall mounted monitor and a third for video capture. Masso needs to mount externally for ease of shooting tutorial videos as well. None the less if the back panel was rotated everything on the outside could be mounted inside no problem.
Files to make your own
If you would like to make your own you can find the files here.
The one change I would like to have made was making the ear panel a hinged door for ease of access. I have thought about it but haven't quite figured out how I could modify it now. Hopefully once it is complete I will not need to touch it again.
Part of the reason for building the new console was practical but the other is that I can now use to go through setting up Masso step by step in the hope of creating a comprehensive reference guide for connecting and configuring a new install.
If you are interested is seeing the process then why not subscribe to the CNCnutz Masso Edition channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDLVKDi-aTYv7Z7omdaj1jg
That way you will see all the new episodes and even if you don't have Masso you will still learn tips and tricks you can apply on your current build.
The next project.
A friend of mine asked for some help with a project he wanted to do and it got me thinking. I would like to do something similar but on a larger scale if I could. While I'm confident I can draw and machine the project no problem painting it is another matter. Ideally I need an artists help but I will have to wait until it is cut and see where it takes me.
In the meantime thanks for watching and reading and I will catch you later.
Masso needs a comprehensive guide and you are doing a great job creating it. Maybe they could start a wiki that could be easily updated after each software patch.ReplyDelete