Posted on by yonetici in Music | Comments Off on Full Size Pocket Cornet
Modeled this after extensively measuring the dimensions of the instruments I have, which are;
Olds Ambassador Cornet,
King Master Cornet,
Holton Collegiate Cornet and
Bach Prelude Pocket Trumpet.
The other side view.
The air path gets wider all the way from the mouthpiece to the bell as it should in a cornet (excluding the valveblock area ).
The mouthpiece is a 5B, as close as possible model of a well known cornet mouthpiece with wonderful sound.
All parts are made or divided into smaller units, enabling this to be printed by using almost any printer, small or large.
As usual I guess it will be a challenge to have the valves operate properly.
This is a new clock design which I’ve been working on for several days. It uses our multi-clock electronic circuit & hardware. The case is a completely new design from scratch. Can be printed by a rapid prototype machine. Comprised of 5 parts, front and rear body, 3 buttons and a rear lid for programmer slot. This product is the first one with this feature that enables firmware updates through this lid. Just open the lid, insert the programming socket and upload new firmware. No tools, no unscrewing necessary. Read on for downloading the necessary files. You can click this, this or this for our older clock designs.
This is a new mounting accesory for mini cube mp3 players which are abundant on the market. These nice and very cheap mp3 players can be fixed on any bike handle or 1in dia pipe with this design. Tested and approved, works quite good. A little piece of rubber, tire patch or silicone glue placed and dried before assembly will make the device hold its groud firmly while supporting your mp3 player.
3d model on Solidworks screen
Accesory on my Strida Bike, holding the cube mp3 player.
view from below, the multicolor led of the player shines thru the semitransparent abs body.
Continue reading to download the STL file for 3d printing this accesory.
Posted on by yonetici in Toys | Comments Off on Mechanical Toy Horse Trotting (Updated Design)
I saw this toy in Landskrona museum sweden. It was i guess around 100 years old. I liked it and made this design. Not identical to the toy in museum, this is quite a new design. But everything is tested and simulated in solidworks. It will run nice.
Printed prototype. The maker says “it is a beautiful model and the mechanics work perfektly. Thank you very much endtas, for creating this. The 2 year old girl cousin of my girlfriend will love this “