Omni Wheel

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#1

I didn’t see this posted in the forum = thought it was an interesting laser project. Shino Onoderas laser-cut omni-wheel design. Her design is available for download (quite a few pieces!!!)

The fact that there are no bearings or plastic pieces is amazing. what do you think?

or if you just want food…


#2

Wooden Tony Stark would be proud.


#3

If you could only find a way to power each axis of motion seperate from the rest, you have a winner. That is insane. I nominate this to the beta testers to try!


#4

An ignorant Brit asks #234

What is Pi Day?


#5

March 14th. Also 3/14/year. …

A recent geek holiday that involves eating pie in celebration of one of the most famous math ratios.

Also look up pi day spoons. I plan to make one…


#6

Ah, a date that can’t happen in Britain! We should probably celebrate it on 31/4 (31st of April)


#7

You people with your reversed dates… No white house entrance for you!


#8

Er, excuse me?
Who reversed the dates exactly?
Is that one of your American ‘Alternative Facts’? :smiley:


#9

Just a guess but likely a day where they use Raspberry Pis to make things.


#10

Touche!


#11

I believe we fixed it for you after we got rid of that pesky German who was threatening the continent a few years back. Looks like the fix didn’t take though :grinning:


#12

http://www.piday.org/


#13

What about Star Wars day on May the 4th (be with you)?


#14

Whith ith the thame ath my birthday. A lithping thelebration! Then there’s March 4th…the only day of the year which a command to go forward. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: :wink:


#15

Don’t forget Free Slurpee Day (US, 7-11)


#16

Playing Pie Face should be mandatory on Pi Day! :smiley_cat:


#17

Or, my personal favorite, Whip’em Out Wednesdays! (WOW!)


#18

I hadn’t heard of that one, but I am certainly a proponent of equal rights for all, which absolutely includes the choice of how and whether to effect raiment for the superius corpus.


#19

It was back when we used to be able to listen to O&A here in the Philly area. Good times… good times…
I still see WOW! stickers on peoples’ cars sometimes.