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Here’s a video overview of the physical doors themselves and how we plan to open and close them with air valves.
I got all the main components – Arduino, breadboard, relay board, 12V power fuse panel, and air valves themselves all screwed to a piece of plywood.
I programmed the pin for the STOP button to test out a sequence to open the door, pause (long enough for a person to walk though,) and then close the door. I’ll definitely want to hang out with the guys at the Makerspace sometime soon talking Arduino, specifically how to integrate some more sensors and get feedback used to activate the doors fully automatically. It’s a fully-functional USB device, you know, as long as you just want to type words that can be composed with Q, W, E, R, T and Y. I wrote plenty more about this project on my blog, and if you want to read about the history of the QWERTY layout, and its connection to Milwaukee, and why the way we interact with technology is interesting and sometime ridiculous, well… I got that too.
Several months ago, a humorous request went out for a Zamboni that could be used on the Nerdy Derby track. Last year the Milwaukee Makerspace held a Maker Fest and a Nerdy Derby track was made for the occasion. When the track was reassembled, earlier this year, for the South Side Chicago Maker Faire, it was found that the joints did not match up as well as when it was first put together. As many of you know, we just had a GREAT Maker Faire here in Milwaukee last month and the Nerdy Derby track was needed again!
I used the Makerspace 60 Watt laser cutter to make coasters that show the path of some road trips I’ve taken. A few days later, after polishing my vector editing skills in Inkscape, I made an improved version of the above three coasters.
Check out the reverse sides of these coasters shown below, with names of each stop etched on them. I soaked the  board in mineral oil for 24 hours and finished with some butcher block conditioner and voila!
I needed a way to keep some parts from moving around while I drilled and sanded them so I turned to Youtube and found this idea and copied it. Well…maybe not for THAT reason, but when we start cutting stuff with this robot, we need to keep spectators out of his reach and make sure that if a cutting bit does break, it doesn’t go flying out into the shop and maim someone. Step 3: Bolt the wood to the floor so we know where to put the wall, and then build some framing! Now that the fabrication is complete, we’re working on decorative ideas for all that blank-looking drywall. Join our public mailing list to talk with Milwaukee Makers about projects, techniques and more.

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By clicking 1 Click Bid, you commit to buy this item from the seller if you're the winning bidder. Recently, I got a little time, so I sat down and figured out how to hook up the air valves to a set of relays, and control those relays with an Arduino.
Those are momentary on buttons, but through the power of the Arduino, I can make them be whatever I want. At this point, if the panel was simply mounted above the door, and air connected between the compressor and air cylinders, we would actually have functioning doors.
I was able to find some not-too-expensive push connectors (similar to PEX Sharkbite style) for air, which might make it a little easier to connect all the air components and look cleaner. For these pieces I don’t have a lot of room to have multiple pegs at opposing angles, but I can see where that might be useful. Small ledges, that went up and down, would cause the cars to bounce off the track or hit the bottom of the car.
My first thought was of a custom contoured planer that could be used at each joint to smooth them out.
We have several LONG pipe clamps that came in VERY handy for gluing the door frame pieces together. They can perform a variety of drilling jobs, such as large section beams, joists, floor boarding, chipboard, and plywood. Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount.
Fred has been working on the doors themselves, the wall and framing, and mechanical connections.
He cut alternating widths of wood and then glued them together for the nice light-colored wood on the inset of the planks that will frame out either side of the door. I started with a Button Tutorial, and then modified it to suit my purposes, and added a Delay(1500) command after activating the air valve. If the timing is wrong for the real-world application, all I have to do is simply change the delay times.

It’s a capacitive touch button that lights up either blue or white with internal LEDs. Once I really have everything finalized on what’s going on at the breadboard, I also need to decide if I want to pull the breadboard out and replace it with a custom circuit  board. It supports many separate circuits, but for this project, a single DC fuse would probably be fine.
For these pieces the peg is really just for assembly alignment when gluing it all together.
I was pretty happy with the design of a somewhat smaller Belgian beer rack I made in the past, so I copied some of its basic style. If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. I’ve been working on figuring out the software, controls, and electronic magic that will drive everything.
That way, the valve will stay open long enough to fully open or close the door, even if the button is just pressed for a moment.
One thing I DO need is a simple way to connect the tiny pin connectors to the larger wires going to the buttons AND provide strain relief. I really like the strong vertical lines of this design, as it contrasts with the strong horizontals of most wine racks. For the moment, I just used staples to nail the 18 ga lamp cord wire to the plywood and then made the electric connection with alligator clips.
When you choose a router like the Milwaukee 5625 it’s highly likely that you are going to be using large cutters and so variable speed is a very important requirement. I’d also like to explore using a variable in the Arduino that states whether or not the door is open, and then changes the functionality of that button based on whether the door is open or not.
The 5625 has a 36-position speed dial giving you a range from 10,000 to 22,000 rpm and allows you to set the optimal speed for the routing task and material as, the larger the bit, the slower the cutting speed needs to be.
I’ll need to solder up a 12V DC barrel connector so that it can run off the same power as everything else. If you try to run a large cutter at high speed you will burn the stock and increase tearout.THE Milwaukee 5625-20 excels as a table router.
If the system is ever not working right, just switch off the power and manually open and close the door as needed.

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