Tag: 3D printing
Rob Giseburt
Rob Giseburt
25 Jun, 2020

Designing and Building a Ventilator Flow Sensor from Home, Pt. 3

This is part three of the Designing an Intelligent IoT Ventilator from Home series There’s a Flow Sensor Shortage In working on the Pressurizer proto-ventilator, one thing quickly became clear: There are two minimal metrics that need to be known at all times: pressure and volumetric flow. Pressure we...
Rob Giseburt
Rob Giseburt
24 Apr, 2020

Designing an Intelligent IoT Ventilator from Home, Pt 2

In the previous post I described the motivation for and some background of our ventilator project. In this post I’ll dive a little deeper with some juicy details. To reiterate and expand somewhat on the previous post: Because this project started in response to a lack of available ventilators for the COVID-19 pandemic...
Rob Giseburt
Rob Giseburt
22 Apr, 2020

Designing an Intelligent IoT Ventilator From Home, Pt. 1

This is part one of a series. In this post we talk about what we’ve done and why, and in the next post we talk about how in detail. In this time of Covid-19 I was looking for a way to help. Because of our g2core project I have an unusual...
Alden Hart
Alden Hart
03 May, 2016

Desktop Manufacturing: Our Work In Jerk Controlled Motion Explained

Over the past few years, Ten Mile Square has developed deep expertise in developing hardware and firmware solutions that improve computer numerical control.  We have put this expertise into real world use.  We have been working with our partner, Synthetos, on an open source effort called TinyG, which seeks to radically improve...