Tag Archives: manufacturing

scanlime040 – Test Jig Quick Look

I found these two test jigs for sale at a local business that was relocating. They would have been used as part of the quality assurance procedure for smart bike lights. Later we might go into more detail on the firmware, or repurpose the formidable hunks of metal for another project!

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scanlime029 – Bad Gear

A winch gear split, taking a closer look and failing to repair it. How would you fix this nylon helical gear?

Music for this episode is “パワーポイント” (Power Point) by Anonymous420, available under a CC0 1.0 Universal license.

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If you’d like some of those cool scanlime stickers or Servo AF stream gear, check out the shop.

You can find all of the source code and CAD models for this project on GitHub.

For previous episodes, check out the full scanlime playlist.

Each episode is compiled together from many livestreams which you can hang out with on the companion scanlime-in-progress channel.

Follow @scanlimelive for live streaming announcements.