A simple human task that's insanely hard for a robot

Stuff Made Here
Stuff Made Here

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Vor 3 Monate
mr_JDog75
mr_JDog75

So cool! Ever think of making a Perplexus solving robot?

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Jiffy Park
Jiffy Park

Where is part 2 ????

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Corntrollio
Corntrollio

ABB are better robots.

Vor 18 Tage
Le Goose
Le Goose

bro surgery bot vibes

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Te >.<
Te >.<

I saw you in the Netflix documentary print the legend

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Wooly Cow
Wooly Cow

you are a true engineer...building an entire machine to make life slightly more boring

Vor 3 Monate
Ryu_JUnYeol
Ryu_JUnYeol

bordem inspires action. action sparks passion. passion gives.. more boredom in the end i guess... wait...

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Ricky🌹Holiday
Ricky🌹Holiday

@Marco Zanella 😳

Vor 22 Tage
h34dshotgl0re
h34dshotgl0re

@dying_inside Just an engineer.

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Trapper
Trapper

xdd such a good comment although usually its to make it less boring u know

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NeglectfulSausage
NeglectfulSausage

All white hell? More like heaven. No colored pieces here boi.

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Miles Graham
Miles Graham

This man holds my attention span longer than I can hold a conversation

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el diamante
el diamante

"In the real world, when you combine these many complicated thing, it never works in the first third or fifth attempts. I call this integration hell." *Yet, people believe James Webb Space Telescope actually succeeded !!!* Btw, it's also called Murphy's Law~

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Bo Bryant
Bo Bryant

Been waiting for 2 months for part 2…..can’t wait to see what integration hell we’re in for this time.

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Nitidus
Nitidus

@Upanshu Lakhani just click the bell icon 🔔 ;)

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Upanshu Lakhani
Upanshu Lakhani

been checing it everday since 3 months, still no luck :(

Vor 5 Tage
Michael Montgomery
Michael Montgomery

This is the future. It isn't here yet :(

Vor 11 Tage
Michael W
Michael W

Still waiting 😂

Vor 13 Tage
ANGRY MAN
ANGRY MAN

@CrazyBird199 been checking quite often :) Great content

Vor 17 Tage
augustus egg
augustus egg

I've studied photogrammetry for surveying, so I was smiling throughout the whole section on lens distortion and parallax. Such an underappreciated science.

Vor 2 Monate
Mohammed Almotawa
Mohammed Almotawa

Finally I find a person who studied that 😍

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Ksoism
Ksoism

That was madly interesting, never heard of the field.

Vor Monat
ammar
ammar

I am a software engineer and a mechanical engineer. I used to work on a pick and place machines to place electronic components on empty PCBs it took teams of amazingly experienced engineers months to build such a machine. Seeing you single handedly creating the entire thing from scratch is unbelievable. Such a talented guy. With a few more like you out there no human will ever need to work anything again.

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Vor 24 Tage
3D Printer Academy
3D Printer Academy

You're a Renaissance man for sure! Not many people have engineering, software, design, storytelling, and video production skills. Looking forward to part 2!

Vor 3 Monate
Austin Sharpe
Austin Sharpe

@Mike-ology "I think he is wasting his talent." "As designers and makers, we have a responsibility to only make products we need, rather than things people would throw away after a year or two." You couldn't be more ass backwards on this. Education and inspiration is a commodity in of itself and Youtube knows this. At least 4 million people are impacted by the content created here. I don't see how you could even conceive an argument that this doesn't hold intrinsic value to the world. And yeah, you're bitter like a brussels sprout.

Vor 3 Monate
Ästroworld
Ästroworld

@Mike-ology entertainment, that's the point. Like movies, sports, music, etc. Stop looking for attention, you're not special for not liking something popular.

Vor 3 Monate
Ggre55
Ggre55

So u saying it's a gift That's what I think Not all people can do that

Vor 3 Monate
Randy Bobandy
Randy Bobandy

@Logic  exactly the person I thought of when he started going off about how British people help the world vs. Americans . Colin furze is an amazing guy with great skills, but he is not even in the same league as this guy.

Vor 3 Monate
Randy Bobandy
Randy Bobandy

@The Neverending Projects List  I agree. This clown is saying "nothing he is doing is useful" except the fact he is inspiring tons of people with his projects to go make things that will benefit the world. They call social media people "influences" I think he's doing a far better job influencing our youth with his engineering projects vs. Other influencers.. some people just can't let acknowledge other people's talent and skills.

Vor 3 Monate
Hisan-san
Hisan-san

He basically replaces all the ''Impossible'' to ''Challenging'', what an insane lad!

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CrazyBird199
CrazyBird199

@Bable631 it is called ✨spamming ✨

Vor 20 Tage
Bable631
Bable631

@el diamante Wtf does the James Webb Telescope have to do with anything?

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el diamante
el diamante

"In the real world, when you combine these many complicated thing, it never works in the first third or fifth attempts. I call this integration hell." *Yet, people believe James Webb Space Telescope actually succeeded !!!* Btw, it's also called Murphy's Law~

Vor Monat
Art Kuts
Art Kuts

As a software engineer I'm really excited about the part 2, and not only the algorithm to solve the puzzle, but also the code u used for properly arranging everything and making the machine precise enough

Vor 2 Monate
Mous Edits
Mous Edits

@Sipan _ yeah there's no.way it's not highly optimized, I bet he wrote it in C and then transports the solution into python again with instructions for the machine

Vor Monat
Sipan _
Sipan _

Yeah, the algorithm will be really complicated for this. He uses python, I think he will convert the solving algorithm code to c++, it will run significantly faster.

Vor Monat
antsweaters
antsweaters

You have mastered creating videos that cause me incredible amounts of stress from trying to imagine how much work truly goes into them. I can't wait for the next one!

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Vor 24 Tage
Tommy Herbertson
Tommy Herbertson

Aside from the fact that you're very, very good at engineering, I really appreciate how many people are tickled by seeing things like this. It gives me back some hope in humanity ^^ And even for a native German speaker like me with a slightly above average level of English, it's easy to understand because of the simplicity of your explanation PS: watched the video the second time today and I´m still amazed to the max =D

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Old Man Jeffrey
Old Man Jeffrey

This man seriously has some of the most incredible feats of engineering I’ve seen. I mean, the sheer amount of work he must put into every one is just astronomical. Many thanks for sharing them!

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董昊禹
董昊禹

@Besfrel In Your Area same

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董昊禹
董昊禹

@Don't Read My Profile Photo not the god d*mn time

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Besfrel In Your Area
Besfrel In Your Area

he's good, i wan't to see him do a video with mark rober..

Vor 2 Monate
Wolf Hound
Wolf Hound

@cesspool I totally agree. Hacksmith take on useless and childishly naïve projects that they "put away" when they're done uploading their videos to youtube. Like the time when they tried to make a lightsaber. Turned out to be nothing more than a giant blowtorch with a lightsaber handle. Complete waste of minerals and materials. Also, the guy who started the whole thing acts like a an egotistical prick whos just trying so hard to live the nerd dream of being techno-knight-wizard-chad.

Vor 3 Monate
Austin Sharpe
Austin Sharpe

@Tailslol Not really. If the program has the final image in its memory, it has absolutely no need to know the puzzle piece shapes. a basic 2d image identification will allow it to know the position and orientation of every piece without knowledge of shape. Adding a shape recognition component would only complicate a problem that's was relatively easy to solve otherwise.

Vor 3 Monate
AJ 1274
AJ 1274

I was huge on robotics and computer science classes in my high school. I've since become a mechanic but I always crave to jump back into my nerdy little world of workshop creations and programming. A desire I have deep down inside that cannot be achieved with my budget and free time. Congrats man. You're living the life

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Vor 24 Tage
Luis Alberto Quiroz Ortiz
Luis Alberto Quiroz Ortiz

This has definitely become my favourite channel!!, I'll be waiting for part 2!!

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Noah Davis
Noah Davis

Hey Shane, do you mind sharing how you manage your projects and the tools you use to do your work? From initialization to production?

Vor 10 Tage
Aidan McDaniel
Aidan McDaniel

Hey @stuffmadehere, I work in a very advanced semiconductor fab that is nearly completely run via robots. I saw your interesting concept about belt layouts for you gantry system and wanted to offer a much more simplistic solution. You stated that your issue lies within moving the beam when it has a heavy motor attached. With the equipment I work on we have the same problem except on a much larger scale. Our masts/beams/carriages weigh thousands of pounds. Our solution to this problem, a rack and pinion system. Extremely rigid, fast, and accurate. You could very easily 3D print both the rack and pinion, attach it to a small electric motor and be able to maneuver much heavier payloads with much greater accuracy and stability compared to more traditional a traditional belt and pulley method. Plus it would be much easier to program your carriage movements without having to calculate individual motor resistance etc. Just food for thought, I love your content so very much and figured I’d offer what little bit of applicable knowledge I have on the subject to help make your life easier or possibly aid an advancement in a future project. Ciao :)

Vor 13 Stunden
Sant
Sant

"Solving the 5000 pieces puzzle would take about 10 years to solve manually. Thankfully, I made this robot that can solve it in 3000 years"

Vor 3 Monate
Shmuck
Shmuck

10 years? That might make a few weeks at most Jesus

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Xeno MC
Xeno MC

yea

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manuel weichelt
manuel weichelt

@James Pistorino I think the algorithmen vor the shapes are probably very slow...

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Vishvas Prajapati
Vishvas Prajapati

@Mangoking plus you need to be around 15 years old( mentally) to be able to learn coding and stuff 😂😂

Vor 2 Monate
Mikko Rantalainen
Mikko Rantalainen

@James Pistorino Give it something more interesting to solve such as "Jigsaw 19" which is a square puzzle made out of corner pieces only. So any basic algorithm such as "start with the corner pieces" is pretty pointless there because every piece is a corner piece. And the pieces are pure plastic without any labeling which side is up!

Vor 2 Monate
Ov
Ov

This video is amazing! But I can't stop thinking how will the robot chose pieces based on the image the puzzle should form, because in a big puzzle there are pieces of the exact same model that would fit but you will not have the correct image at the end :) Can't wait for part 2

Vor 2 Monate
mammamiia08
mammamiia08

And in that case it becomes *easier* when you have a puzzle that's just white. Surely we can't have that? The easier way? Make it more complex! 😁

Vor 2 Monate
Barcag
Barcag

Oh man I love these videos so much, can't wait for part two!

Vor 22 Tage
Yuppi
Yuppi

When you talked about accurate measurements to see if the pieces fit together... I smelled a tragedy, because the puzzles I've done have had pieces that fit rather perfectly together without being a correct match, and pieces that don't fit snuggly despite being the perfect match. Something I was thinking about the lens: I think Canon lenses have lens geometry correction data available for softwares. That could make it easier for someone who doesn't want to bother fixing it by themselves. This quickly started to sound like the least ecological puzzle solver the world has seen.

Vor 2 Tage
His_Mum
His_Mum

i've been thinking of an easier solve, and found something, since a puzzle has corners, you can look at the angle of the edge, then using a list of the angles other edge pieces have, you should be able to solve for the outer edges in seconds etc. and from there, then angles of the new inner corner pieces etc, and should be able to solve in 5-10 mins.

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Doug Shontz
Doug Shontz

I’ve been a professional software engineer for over 30 years and a weekend woodworker for 20. My friends consider me a “nerd’s nerd”. I can honestly say I live only in the outer suburbs of “nerdville” when compared to you. You are inspiring just in your enthusiasm to take on (and somehow SOLVE) engineering problems that would daunt TEAMS of people. Kudos to all the skills you have built and integrated so well!

Vor 3 Monate
Doug Shontz
Doug Shontz

@hermand I do the same thing with his videos. I get excited and think, "Oh, how is he going to solve ?" Then he picks up on it, and his solution completely deflates me, and then I quietly walk off in my head thinking, "Well...that was better than than what I was thinking...".🤣

Vor 3 Monate
hermand
hermand

Seriously, it's not even fucking funny. The only thing I feel good about watching this video is I ID'd most of the problems before he mentioned them, but I wouldn't have had a clue where to start overcoming any of them!

Vor 3 Monate
Marcelo Pinheiro
Marcelo Pinheiro

That workshop tought... it can bridge the gap of that team of people...

Vor 3 Monate
SuperFireTower
SuperFireTower

This guy is insanely talented, though I think for a team it would be even harder because of communication issues. He knows everything that runs this project.

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SuperFireTower
SuperFireTower

@Lucas Jurado like 'props' to you

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HeardThirteen
HeardThirteen

You need to make a robot that makes new puzzles every time this robot solves one, so that it can just keep solving puzzles indefinitely. Bonus points for making the second robot take the finished puzzle, somehow merging the pieces into a single piece and then cutting a different puzzle from the original materials.

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Caleb Simmons
Caleb Simmons

I would literally pay for a software explanation channel. I'd pay at least like 5 bucks a month

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Vor 24 Tage
Sander
Sander

For making it faster, my guess would be to save the profiles of the piece compressed with a Fourier transform. That would make it possible to almost do a binary search, and it would catch many of the measurement deficiencies. Though there will need to be a lot of experimentation on how precise the terms need to be, and how many you need for optimal results.

Vor 2 Monate
TsungtingChen
TsungtingChen

Hmm could you get the 4 edges of each puzzle, then sample each edge on small segment of the curvature for as small a segment as you can. Then calculate what edge would be required to make a piece that 'fits'. Then from the calculation just find the piece that fits the solution, and put that on as the neightbour piece. Start with the upper left piece and work your way to the right and down until you complete the puzzle to get the solution matrix. Once you have a complete matrix of which piece goes where, you can even do the pieces out of order and just take from the top of the stack without rearranging them.

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Alan Mroczek
Alan Mroczek

As a software engineer, I can only imagine how much work it took to write the software alone, not even mentioning building the robot. Amazing stuff made here!

Vor 3 Monate
Tug Brice
Tug Brice

@Armond Willingham Graph theory is your friend here. We can work backwards from what we know about the puzzle to create an effective algorithm to solve it. We actually know quite a bit before we start. First, we know that there is one and only one solution. This is what makes it that specific kind of puzzle If there was more than one solution, then it would be a different kind of puzzle. Second, we know that the pieces are very limited in design. Each piece is going to fit within a certain size range and have a limited set of features. Convex and concave features, border pieces, corner pieces, etc. This means that we can quantify our pieces. If we combine the first and second points, we get point three, which is that every piece has to be unique. Which means that while all the pieces will be similar in design and have the same basic set of features, where those features are situated on each piece is what is different. So we break down each piece by feature and by the differences in where those features are situated on each piece. This gives us our solution, which is a directed graph. Each piece is a node, and how it connects to every other piece is an edge. We know how big the puzzle is and we can find the corners and edges easily enough. That gives us starting points to build our graph. Then we match pieces to pieces. Each piece only has a limited number of pieces it can match with, given our features and differences in measurement. That limits the problem scope to matching a small set of puzzle pieces every time, and should speed up the process immensely. This reduces the problem to a very practical one: measuring the pieces extremely accurately. Without accurate measurements, that graph won't work. The algorithm is relatively easy. The engineering is HARD.

Vor 2 Monate
Douglas Wighton
Douglas Wighton

@Martin Harvancik I know Shane personally and believe it or not he does every single part of his projects himself.

Vor 3 Monate
Martin Harvancik
Martin Harvancik

He has a whole team. You think he has time to do everything himself?

Vor 3 Monate
MartelDuV
MartelDuV

@2nd_place Yeah! Doing all of the video, sound, editing, narration... that all takes an enormous amount of additional time. Much love to all of the creators that put so much work into it! :)

Vor 3 Monate
MartelDuV
MartelDuV

@Armond Willingham I've had to do some sorting algorithms before. In purely software is definitely a lot less complex than dealing with physical systems!

Vor 3 Monate
Colin Moran
Colin Moran

Bro you literally inspire me every time I look at your channel. You are the reason I am pursuing Biomedical Engineering and wanting to solve complex health issues for people just like you solve complex random goals that you set for yourself.

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Vor 24 Tage
Ben Morgan
Ben Morgan

This is really, really impressive. The amount of problems you had to solve to make this work is incredible. The camera optics stuff was especially interesting, that kind of lens calculation and fixing is very common in visual effects pipelines and you usually can just solve it out of the box, but using essentially an orthographic camera lens to solve it was not something I’d expect.

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westganton
westganton

I love watching these videos as a reminder of how impressive our own biology is. The amount of bodily functions we're able to orchestrate while solving a puzzle is mind-bending, especially considering that all we need is a couple of tacos.

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ifatree
ifatree

with a 5k piecer, you'll need to skip reordering them and just have it try to put them down in place in the 'grid' in random order. also, you save the vision-mapping calculation so it can be reused again, right? the end goal is to pre-load the magazines by hand and have the robot go through them and just drop the piece into the right place as soon as it recognizes it, in any order.

Vor 2 Monate
Mike B
Mike B

That's what I was thinking...

Vor 2 Monate
Ruben Arvidsson
Ruben Arvidsson

It would be cool to see a small "time passed" indicator in some corner to see how long each step really takes

Vor 3 Monate
Téva Petiteau
Téva Petiteau

Oh yep, yep that's him! The one with the good idea !

Vor 3 Monate
Michael Sada
Michael Sada

i agree

Vor 3 Monate
BryceG
BryceG

Label it "how much shorter my life now is"

Vor 3 Monate
Gomotito None
Gomotito None

agree with

Vor 3 Monate
Jacob Otstot
Jacob Otstot

I like ths idea

Vor 3 Monate
SchlechtesterGtaSpieler Deko
SchlechtesterGtaSpieler Deko

Im really sorry for him. Probably reading through his whole code the 100th time right now, cause it aint working

Vor 15 Tage
Matthew Janovich
Matthew Janovich

1. Find the fractal dimension of all 4 sides of each piece's perimeter 2. Combine all equal fractal values(male and female should have the same fractal dimension) 3. Continue this process until the puzzle is complete. I know it will be more complex than this but the base theory seems plausibly minimalistic.

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TECH ROOT
TECH ROOT

Thanks for actually doing this! I had wondered if anyone could solve a large monochrome jigsaw puzzle!

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notproplayer 3
notproplayer 3

Seeing videos with such feats of engineering done pretty much in your garage is both amazing but also intimidating, I'm only starting my second year in electrical engineering but right now, I can't fathom how I'll be able to even conceive projects as amazing as yours let alone all the engineering projects that exist in this world.

Vor 3 Monate
astroid 5698
astroid 5698

It will come as you will gain more experience, Also remember that Robotics is actully not a field on its own but a mixture of Electrical, Mechanical and Software Engineering, The more experience you get the easier it will become. Also in this field we learn something new every single day while we work!!

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Arman Faed
Arman Faed

I am on my 1 month of internship in Elastomer & Plastomer Engineering. I study Mechanical Engineering btw, The senior engineer will help you throughout your life as an engineer. Connection is very important. Remember to be honest and kind or you will not get the help you needed.

Vor 2 Monate
Pvt. Dick Simmons
Pvt. Dick Simmons

Stuff, I know that you're making these videos available to a wider audience by toning down the science, but I would absolutely love it if you made follow up videos where you really got into explaining all of the theory and math going on here. You seem to skip over a lot of integration hell, but I think that's the most interesting part. All the pieces you wouldn't think would go wrong, and how to fix some of them. Someone else suggested a second channel or followup videos to help do both. Sincerely, the next generation of engineers who love what you're doing

Vor 3 Monate
Ali Naveed
Ali Naveed

i wanna see behind the scenes kinda vlogs, discussing technicalities.

Vor 7 Tage
grongrel
grongrel

Absolutely something your profile pic would say

Vor 3 Monate
Brian McCann
Brian McCann

Would be really cool if we could see all the inputs to the puzzle solving algorithm. Could the problem be published on a public GitHub repository? I'm sure my solution would be slow but I'd love to take a crack it. Even with an inefficient solution I bet some beefy AWS EC2 instances or fleet of Lambda functions could crush this pretty quick.

Vor 3 Monate
Aron Highgrove
Aron Highgrove

Next generation might be a slightly bit exaggerated. You are probably of similar age...

Vor 3 Monate
FooWoo
FooWoo

I would spend SO much time enjoying a side channel like that.

Vor 3 Monate
Obada Khalili
Obada Khalili

Your work is freaking awesome man. The only thing I hate about this channel is that I didn't know about it sooner .. Honestly, great and inspiring work. Keep it up 👏

Vor 18 Tage
Kasper Naasen
Kasper Naasen

This is just the most awesome video I saw in a too long time. How is project going, any hope of ever managing to reduce task time enough to solve. BIG puzzle? Greetings from Norway. Kasper

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Mercy Chalk
Mercy Chalk

I work on a 600M$ satellite project and I can say the process is not much different from this. We also have integration hell, "it turns out I need to spend half my engineering effort on an unanticipated component", "the software is super slow", etc. The main difference is that once you involve many people in your project, you become very inefficient. You start having to spend the majority of your time being in meetings and writing documentation, rather than solving problems.

Vor 2 Tage
plaunit61398
plaunit61398

The problem is ER-Complete i believe, so oh boy it's a hard problem to compute especially with all the uncertainty around object shapes. Some ideas on how to do it, but the moment you try and handle non-rectangular graphs it just gets more nightmarish as the corner pieces do seem to help a lot.

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Birbo
Birbo

I love the confidence this robot had putting the pieces down, even when they were totally in the wrong spot.

Vor 3 Monate
Nick Worth
Nick Worth

Yeah I swear, it looked satisfied with itself.

Vor 3 Monate
Jae Hyun
Jae Hyun

I loled so hard on the robots 1st attempt. The robot had so much confidence in itself putting those pieces down.

Vor 3 Monate
Hr1s7i
Hr1s7i

10/10 would get hired as assistant manager at an Amazon warehouse.

Vor 3 Monate
Serrated Edge
Serrated Edge

Me taking direction in any area of my life. 15:13

Vor 3 Monate
Ben Cox
Ben Cox

My dad told me a story once about an early chess computer he played against, many years ago (probably early-mid 70s? I believe this was during his time as a journalist with the Army Times, kinda wonder if there's an article somewhere documenting this story). He checkmated it, and it confidently kept playing as if it hadn't just lost. Very similar vibes.

Vor 3 Monate
Bill Ames
Bill Ames

Great Videos. Any chance you could do a video about how triangulation/distance sensors can be used with industrial robots to adjust user frames & confirm part placement/size, etc. Nothing on the interwebs. Thanks 👍

Vor 8 Tage
underourrock
underourrock

I absolutely love the way you explain things and the level of detail you go into when solving the design problems. It is really neat to see the engineering going into it. I'm surprised you looked at a vacuum and suction before looking into reducing acceleration / jerk settings on the controller for the stepper motors. Stiffening your structure and smoothing out your motion are usually the first places to look before looking at active holding. Hope you keep making videos. Thanks for sharing!

Vor 2 Tage
0x0A
0x0A

You don't have to sort through every single piece every single time to find a match in a white puzzle Work by sorting the pieces into groups of what kind of connectors they have, then when you require a combination of connectors, look at that group and sort through those pieces until you visually see a matching shape

Vor 2 Tage
Ali Azmy
Ali Azmy

Actually seeing how you make the algorithm work would be truly awesome!! Also, you are saying 3 weeks like it's a long time but 3 weeks is very impressive.

Vor 11 Tage
Karen Puzzles
Karen Puzzles

Oh no, you're going to put me out of a job. I have tons of solid color puzzles it could practice with if you need more test subjects.

Vor 3 Monate
Eric Gerlach
Eric Gerlach

Phew, glad you're here.

Vor 3 Monate
firehawk12
firehawk12

Haha, you were the first person I thought about when I saw this video.

Vor 3 Monate
Wheatley
Wheatley

@ABoojumSnark Sure, that's a good idea too, I just don't think it'd be interesting enough.

Vor 3 Monate
ABoojumSnark
ABoojumSnark

@Wheatley that's the part i think would make it interesting. Do a few puzzles (10, 100, 1000pc?) And count all the prep and calculation time, and see how it changes for machine vs human as the complexity grows. Humans do the calculating part too, it's just a continuous process during the assembly instead of front loaded.

Vor 3 Monate
Wheatley
Wheatley

@ABoojumSnark I think the biggest issue with a man vs machine event is that, especially for smaller pieces, the robot takes a long time to start actually putting everything together. And if you count this time, then for every puzzle that you could reasonably complete in one sitting, robo would lose in this state. But once it got going it would win. So it becomes a problem of "What counts as victory?"

Vor 3 Monate
Aleksey Pavliuk
Aleksey Pavliuk

It's awesome, mate! I am looking forward to seeing the project to be completed. Could you recommend paper books that you use for learning? You know, where there are theories with exercises and so on. It would be very useful.

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Flyerminer
Flyerminer

The multiplexing solution is so satisfying, and I learned something new. I've known about electrical multiplexing for data but never thought to apply that principle to mechanics. This is awesome!

Vor 3 Monate
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satyris410
satyris410

Just realised it's been some time since the last video was uploaded. Not being a patron of the channel, I'm not in touch with what is coming down the pipeline. But it's always quality and I'm super excited for the next project, or a continuation of any thus far!

Vor 26 Tage
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Vor 24 Tage
TheJeremywaterman
TheJeremywaterman

I am excited to see your automatic puzzle solver. Me and my two daughters will watch it when you finish!

Vor 6 Tage
Petr Peller
Petr Peller

This seems like a whole year project for 20 engineers to work on and then eventually fail. I don't understand how a single guy can do this in such a short time. Well done.

Vor 3 Monate
Will Horn
Will Horn

My thoughts exactly. Incredible.

Vor 3 Monate
Jtx O
Jtx O

@An Okay Player well said my friend. Each iteration he’s likely taking the best parts and building the rest off the concepts learned along the way. He knows what works and doesn’t in this problem space.

Vor 3 Monate
Bryan Marsh
Bryan Marsh

The problem would be having 20 engineers, plus a mid-level manager, plus the product development team, plus the non-engineers who actually understand how to build the equipment, and the purchasing agent, and the supply chain manager, and the production manager, all directed by the contract manager (who is acting on behalf of the board to make sure the profit is kept high by charging overhead on all the engineers).... Anyone who has ever worked for or with NASA would understand how nothing gets done with so many bodies and why SpaceX is doing what NASA wishes they could do with today's technology.

Vor 3 Monate
Javid Ali
Javid Ali

The only conflicts on the team will be the one engineers multiple personalities, if you let the alpha personality bully the rest will mute.

Vor 3 Monate
Coin
Coin

@Frank Odongkara How the hell are you gonna say he over-engineered the robot when he literally explained the purpose of every little thing he did and how it helps shape the final product. Since you are so smart please go ahead and provide a simpler solution feasible with the tools he has available🤡

Vor 3 Monate
Ken Kelvin
Ken Kelvin

I watched this on the upload day, and I'm watching now for the third time, and I noticed a huge problem in your approach. I remembered that most of the puzzles I've solved have piece patterns that repeats every n pieces, that means your robot would scan hundreds of pieces with identical shape, and the silhouettes wouldn`t be enough information to correctly solve the puzzle.

Vor 3 Monate
Peter Skipworth
Peter Skipworth

This is why he chose an all white puzzle; pieces with the same shape and size can be swapped without issue.

Vor 2 Monate
Keyaneth Solen
Keyaneth Solen

I super love this video. My wife and I love your videos. Thank you for making them.

Vor 3 Monate
BandwidthPiggy
BandwidthPiggy

Im placing bets that hes gonna get the most speedups using some sort of "mirror fit" filtering to reduce the comparisons since every piece technically shows a mirror image of its neighbor.

Vor Tag
Luke Holling
Luke Holling

I would love to see you make a Heliostat at some point. I have a dark apartment and having a mirror that tracks and redirects the sun into my office throughout the day would be life changing for me!

Vor 3 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
MrGiggleDaddy
MrGiggleDaddy

“Getting the camera infinitely far away is ‘challenging’ and I’d rather not attempt it” really got me 😂

Vor 3 Monate
vonSmash
vonSmash

@AyCarrumba hahahaha, if he reads this he’ll probably consider it 😂

Vor 3 Monate
AyCarrumba
AyCarrumba

Rent time on James Webb??

Vor 3 Monate
Jonathan Wrigley
Jonathan Wrigley

@Sebastian Walder A fresnel lens is just a thinner substitute for a normal lens. It does nothing for the required positioning of the lens.

Vor 3 Monate
Sebastian Walder
Sebastian Walder

He could've used a fresnel lens, but the camera lens that he used also works I guess lol.

Vor 3 Monate
TazTalksYouListen
TazTalksYouListen

His next project has that actual accomplishment achieved and demonstrated in step #5. The only problem is when he attempts to uploads the video, the upload ETA just keeps spinning.

Vor 3 Monate
Carlos Santos
Carlos Santos

Hands down tNice tutorials is one of the best tutorials I've seen on any subject, ever! Clear, concise and incredibly informative and easy to follow.

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Kristofer Roosvald
Kristofer Roosvald

i love when these motors are on belts and its hard for you to pull it, then you start the machine and its like a feather

Vor 2 Monate
PBK
PBK

I've only seen your stuff super abridged but I am thoroughly impressed with all the steps you take to get things to work properly. Your videos give me a better appreciation of engineering!

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Michael Sherwood
Michael Sherwood

I'm fascinated by this project, this was my dissertation project at university to take shapes and write software to figure out the best arrangement on a sheet of steel for cutting. Can't wait for part 2

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
n0mad
n0mad

Honestly, as an engineering student I would LOVE a series that explains everything and the math involved

Vor 3 Monate
bagnon
bagnon

That sounds good in principle, but I already know it's way over my head.

Vor 3 Monate
Triangle
Triangle

If there are always 4 pieces that meet at the corners like X (like in the picture at 14:39) then I’d not use geometry to solve the puzzle and just enumerate the 4 sides of every piece like if we already have that exact shape then give it the same number, else next one, like positive for the first one and negative for the matching, then every piece has 4 numbers assigned to it so it’s just matter of sorting them. If they don’t always meet by four piece at a corner and make like T intersections - that’s much harder and, probably requires geometrical solution to it.

Vor 3 Monate
Luke Burch
Luke Burch

Omg yesss

Vor 3 Monate
Jakub Šebek
Jakub Šebek

@Barium Lanthanum As someone who's passionate about CS, I am almost surprised how he is able to *avoid* talking about the software

Vor 3 Monate
Jakub Šebek
Jakub Šebek

I think Mark Rober has a paid course that does something similar

Vor 3 Monate
Gabe Demarco
Gabe Demarco

i really love how the wife gives your videos that special touch that you by yourself could not get no matter how "engineery" you are, certainly props to you aswell

Vor 3 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Chris Wilson
Chris Wilson

Love it, especially all the linear actuators in a row for the magazine lol. Any chance you’d share the puzzle piece image dataset?

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
colorado841
colorado841

It seems to me like these projects involve problems that can be compared to fractals. Each big problem contains smaller problems which contain smaller problems which contain even smaller problems. The problems never actually end...they just gets small enough that they can work at a fine enough resolution in order for the project as a whole to proceed.

Vor 3 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Uldis Barbans
Uldis Barbans

Learned a bunch of things already before it was half way through 👍

Vor 5 Tage
Michael Fortier
Michael Fortier

Said this before, saying it again: you need a second channel that goes into more detail on the concepts used without necessarily losing too much time explaining the math in detail for people without an engineering background. I'm sure there are enough engineers watching you to make it worth your time :). I still absolutely love the toned down versions for a general audience, but I feel like I'm missing a lot of interesting bits by the time the video's finished.

Vor 3 Monate
Michael Fortier
Michael Fortier

@PARTH PATEL I think you misread my original comment, I know they are toned down, and that's exactly what I'm discussing. I'm saying I'd like a LESS toned down video. Not necessarily tension calculations, those are simple AF, and he probably grossly estimated the required stiffness and over built them anyway. What I'd like is him going into more depth on the mathematical side and programming concepts to make it work. I'd like this in a separate video, as the current format is ideal for a general audience with no engineering background.

Vor 3 Monate
Blox117
Blox117

@Tony Lee just because you arent smart doesnt mean other people aren't too

Vor 3 Monate
Marek Sýkora
Marek Sýkora

@Tony LeeNo. This "deep technical" video can be done very cheaply. No special cuts, no "drama", no special effects. Just a huge bunch of short glimpses into "cooking". Code snippets, photos of broken attempts even without comments. Collected diverse material. Very easy to pick up in one pile, but incredibly valuable to technical eyes.

Vor 3 Monate
Tony Lee
Tony Lee

@Fluorine, Uranium, Carbon, Potassium The views on that content would not even reach 10% of the original video, due to being relatively niche and being on a separate channel. I think it'd be more beneficial to have the content be exclusive for patreon supporters perhaps, giving more incentive to support his channel directly

Vor 3 Monate
Colin Canaday
Colin Canaday

He already has a second channel where he has done exactly that for previous projects.

Vor 3 Monate
Daniel Verkest
Daniel Verkest

I work a Amazon, sorting and packing packages for delivery, and this is how I imagine robots replacing us one day.

Vor 2 Monate
Ledrag HG
Ledrag HG

very interesting video! as an engineering student i was wondering if this could be made a little simpler and maybe faster first of all about the magazine, wouldn't it be possible to just fill up one entire row first and then use a single (static) engine to move each row down by one simultaneously? secondly about the reordering of pieces inside the magazine. this one is a stretch since it would probably require an even better accuracy than it already has but im guessing you could assign a number to each piece, when taking a picture of it and storing the order in which it was put in the magazines. once you have the solved puzzle just put them directly where they belong even if they arent touching any other parts

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Owen Davies
Owen Davies

Another amazing project! What are the motors and controllers used? Thanks, keep up the great work!

Vor 3 Monate
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Jens Stegeby
Jens Stegeby

Cool build! Enjoyed watching it. :) With the magazines, one way to solve it with one motor would be to have the robot place one piece on each magazine and then have the motor lower down all of them one depth. :)

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Check It Out
Check It Out

Can’t even wrap my head around the skills need for a project like this, so amazing ❤️😊

Vor 3 Monate
Blox117
Blox117

he made it a bit more complicated than it needed to be though

Vor 3 Monate
Lit Q
Lit Q

Even with all of his skills it took him 3 weeks to do just that! This is why there are studios full of people coding for companies.

Vor 3 Monate
joac
joac

Is not just skill: budget, time and infrastructure are a big part of the challenge.

Vor 3 Monate
Miusuka Madoto
Miusuka Madoto

That guy is like one in 10 million. If not rarer..

Vor 3 Monate
Christian Wilhelm Mohr
Christian Wilhelm Mohr

Just the ability and dedication to solve a such a complex task is just truly amazing.

Vor 3 Monate
DiNozzo431
DiNozzo431

This is amazing -- I can't wait for part 2

Vor Monat
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Vor 24 Tage
Kyle Cooper
Kyle Cooper

this is a very cool concept, could it be used in other very practical yet impractical uses such as reassembling an item which has shattered into many pieces. a window for example.

Vor 3 Monate
Held des Feuers
Held des Feuers

I dreamt of this or at least the software side for a very long time so thank you for showing that it can become reality and so I can't wait for the second Video.

Vor 10 Stunden
bulletoffire
bulletoffire

This is so cool, can't wait for part 2 :D

Vor 3 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Lonely Sandwich
Lonely Sandwich

Honestly, as an engineering student I would LOVE a series that explains everything and the math involved

Vor 3 Monate
Cade Kachelmeier
Cade Kachelmeier

If you want a general overview, lots of robotics is Linear Algebra. Just a big 'ol pile of matrices.

Vor 3 Monate
Vib less Inertia
Vib less Inertia

we need to sleep in his workshop for years then.. 😀

Vor 3 Monate
Evan Barnes
Evan Barnes

Absolutely!

Vor 3 Monate
Big bird
Big bird

I didn't know you were a engineering student

Vor 3 Monate
FeLo
FeLo

I'm super excited for that follow up video. You are so good at explaining things and I always wished you would do more coding/algorithm explanations in past videos.

Vor 2 Monate
CrazyBird199
CrazyBird199

still waiting...

Vor 20 Tage
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Dan Dart
Dan Dart

"Getting the camera infinitely far away is challenging" Understatement of the century!

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Ikantspell4
Ikantspell4

Really interested in part 2. It's been weeks hopefully you're ready to release the next part.

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Anthony Hamburg
Anthony Hamburg

I operated a robot that packed eggs, and let me tell you the people were so much faster. The damn thing constantly needed to be worked on while people packing them away leaving it in the dust.

Vor 3 Monate
Anthony Luangphasi
Anthony Luangphasi

Dude, I have an engineering degree and I feel like a pre-schooler watching this guy, hes a genius.

Vor 3 Monate
Chris
Chris

@Hackerman 👍

Vor 3 Monate
Hackerman
Hackerman

@Chris oh alright. Sorry for misunderstanding

Vor 3 Monate
Chris
Chris

@Hackerman ha ha, it was simply a joke. Relax...

Vor 3 Monate
Hackerman
Hackerman

@Chris if only somebody would care for the way you feel

Vor 3 Monate
Areola Dan
Areola Dan

@Coin yes of course most people with engineering degrees will eventually get a job, my argument is that most will never get an engineering job. And even with a job that corresponds to your skills, that doesn’t make you an engineer. And I never said you can google your way through your job, I was talking about googling your way through getting a degree. As a degreed engineer, I am routinely surrounded by coworkers who could be replaced with competent high schoolers. In school, I was surrounded by classmates that didn’t even have a firm grasp on intermediate algebra. They graduated but now have jobs as restaurant workers and salespeople in retail stores. I know I only have anecdotal examples, but I work at a large, successful company and went to a good school with a low acceptance rate. Most people are just dumb. Engineering grads aren’t necessarily an exception to that.

Vor 3 Monate
Luma Naughty
Luma Naughty

I can’t wait for part 2! I can’t wait to see the software!

Vor 2 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Nitish Bhatia
Nitish Bhatia

lovely video with in depth explanation but 1 question. How does one do the importings

Vor 2 Monate
Hank Yost
Hank Yost

Just wanna leave a comment on here to say, I enjoy your content and how you and your wife interact with each other in the videos! I understand your videos are massively labor intensive as well as time consuming. But, I want more! Please make many more!

Vor Monat
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Vor 24 Tage
ReinkDesigns
ReinkDesigns

curious at 13:00 would it not have been easier to just use gears to connect all of the channels together (or just have 1-2 screws on the far ends) then just have the entire shelf drop by 1 puzzle thickness once every slot has a new puzzle piece in it?

Vor 2 Monate
sam
sam

I'm a software engineer and it would probably take me much longer than 3 weeks to make all these algorithms work let alone build the thing and record everything for YouTube. What this guy does is truly incredible. He's basically doing the work of entire engineering teams in a fraction of the time.

Vor 3 Monate
MD ASIK KHAN
MD ASIK KHAN

@tyler durden of course, not every engineer has the same background as him. I am a electronic/power electronics engineer that deal with developing VLSI and FPGA's, embedded boards and some resonant converters. I do not think he will be able to do what I do really well, since he doesnt have the experience. Which also goes the same way for me. Similarly, a chemical engineer wouldnt be able to remake the stuff here. So basically, imo, what u are implying here is rather arrogance as far as your comment goes..

Vor 3 Monate
Orange Nostril
Orange Nostril

@Pas cha Well obviously you can generalize self-contained functions and reuse them then, but not much else

Vor 3 Monate
Pas cha
Pas cha

@Niosus Of course I made it sound simpler than it actually is. It's just that it's so complex for most people just because they can't see that a device / program like this is just a bunch of simple problems combined together. What makes a good engineer is the ability to cut a project in its simpliest form. When you look at it that way, you realise he already did solve those problems before. That's why, in my opinion, he was able to achieve this as fast as he did.

Vor 3 Monate
Pas cha
Pas cha

@Orange Nostril Well written code can be reused, and a lot. Just look at all the available libraries on the internet in whatever language you code. They are reusable without modification most of the time.

Vor 3 Monate
Orange Nostril
Orange Nostril

@tyler durden bro calm down

Vor 3 Monate
8ateeight
8ateeight

I think it would be cool to make a billiard cue that automatically adjusts to hot pocket shots every time, could connect to cameras to see location of other balls to do some crazy trickshots

Vor 15 Tage
Esquire
Esquire

I wish he would post source code so I could look at how this is done

Vor 2 Tage
Dalton McKee
Dalton McKee

I am a machine vision and automation engineer. Love this project. Shoutout Teknic and Edmond Optics.

Vor 3 Monate
Hacquer Games
Hacquer Games

a simple fix for the piece wardering could be a rubber surface on the table

Vor 2 Monate
Jayco
Jayco

I love that we live in a world where someone this talented can spend their time doing something this crazy and we can all learn and appreciate it.

Vor 3 Monate
Tommy Herbertson
Tommy Herbertson

​@Hylomane I don't think that makes much sense, there are certainly enough resources for every human being on the planet, but greed and hunger for power are preventing humanity from overcoming these problems. A guy in the US who uses his knowledge to invent amazing things is not part of the problem Against all odds, the last 50 years have been some of the most peaceful years on this planet and never before have so many people had access to freedom and education.

Vor 2 Monate
Quasimodo
Quasimodo

this stuff is basic for a mech E

Vor 2 Monate
ZeroXception
ZeroXception

It proves we live in a wasteful world.

Vor 2 Monate
Crateer
Crateer

@Hylomane you are comparing apples to oranges buddy, that makes zero sense lmfao😂🤡

Vor 2 Monate
AntiWoosh
AntiWoosh

@Hylomane welp, i bet youre not doing any effort to make it better there anyways. Might as well learn, self improve and potentially contribute to the society than b*ching about stuff you cant control in a youtube comment. Smartass

Vor 2 Monate
Logan Baker
Logan Baker

3:20 fun fact this is how eductors work in the Navy for dewatering ships, they just use high powered water. its quite clever actually.

Vor 2 Monate
Mylan
Mylan

How is the robot detecting the pieces ? 🤔 The project is insane !

Vor 10 Tage
pauldabeast9998
pauldabeast9998

My favorite sayings from my engineering teacher go, "if it's worth engineering; it's worth over engineering." Then as soon as something is so over engineered, that you look like an insane person trying to explain how it works. He'd follow up with, "now that you've found a hundred answers to a hundred problems. Start over and find the answer that solves them all."

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Vor 24 Tage
ezsparky
ezsparky

It is about time for a new video to drop.... I hope!!!! Love your videos so much! Hope everything is going great for you, your wife and the little one! Getting any sleep?

Vor Tag
JaseFilm
JaseFilm

If there's anything I've learned from this channel, it's that every problem can be solved with a gantry.

Vor 3 Monate
Blondie SL
Blondie SL

I have an old pantry that we weren't using and I store all my gantries there. sigh.... LOL Yes, I call it my GANTRY PANTRY! sigh... sorry..... I'll let myself out...>>> RUNS LIKE HELL! 🤷👈👈👈🏃‍♂🏃‍♀🏃

Vor 3 Monate
Mad Musings
Mad Musings

And a few gallons of coffee.

Vor 3 Monate
GumiBear
GumiBear

and if it still doesn't work, just use optitrack cameras

Vor 3 Monate
AKMIU
AKMIU

gantry and try until you succeed

Vor 3 Monate
Insane Kane
Insane Kane

Anytime you want to move a tool you basically have the option of gantry or robot arm :P

Vor 3 Monate
Gage Smith
Gage Smith

As an amateur coder I can only imagine the amount of euphoria he finally succeeded in the assembling the test puzzle. Engineering is fascinating and easily the most useful/worthwhile skill to learn. It is a combination of almost every subject matter and takes immense patience and unrivaled perseverance. Well done!

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Vor 24 Tage
John Doe
John Doe

Now that it works... the air table idea might help in the long run with piece placement, the air turbulence itself would be an analog pid almost. Love this

Vor 3 Monate
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Vor 24 Tage
Spencer Morgan
Spencer Morgan

What if you used a super high friction tabletop mat instead of the drilling?

Vor 2 Monate

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