From Sam we got a picture of a camera frame made from MakerBeamXL. The frame stabilises the camera housing when it’s towed behind a boat for smooth underwater footage. The underwater footage is used for Sam’s PhD studies in marine ecology. MakerBeamXL provided an affordable and practical solution, she wrote. Below there is a picture of the frame.
Stefan from ConstrAct made an address sign with built in LED lights. He used MakerBeamXL to create the frame, see picture.
Stefan from ConstrAct sent us this great project. It is a see through acrylic glass whiteboard made with MakerBeamXL. It measures 2000x1000mm and has integrated LED light.
Below is a picture and you can also find a Youtube video wherein the whiteboard is used.
Below are a few pictures from a blog post that was made by ijduncan and published on steemit. You can find the original post here: https://steemit.com/gaming/@ijduncan/very-gaming-machine-or-miner-made-with-makerbeam-xl
MakerBeamXL will replace the black anodised OpenBeam Kossel longer lengths (750mm, 360mm) once these are out stock. The clear anodised version and the shorter lengths (600mm and 240mm) will not be replaced.
Due to disappointing sales we made the decision to stop selling the shorter lengths that are meant for building a Kossel printer. The 600mm OpenBeam black (100685 – already sold out) and clear (100832) anodised and the OpenBeam 240mm black (100641) and clear anodised (100809) are end of line.
For the longer lengths (750mm and 360mm) we made the decision to offer these lengths in MakerBeamXL black anodised. These MakerBeamXL Kossel lenghts will only be available in small numbers. The MakerBeamXL Kossel lengths will be put online once we are out of stock for the OpenBeam black (100696, 100674) and clear anodised (101563, 101552).
Sensornet (.nl/english) is specialised in accurate, long-term measurement of environmental noise vibrations, air pollution and other environmental parameters. In order to calibrate their vibration sensor they needed a test setup. They wanted to test the response of the vibration sensor before it was used outdoors. First they looked into using a laboratory stand. This idea was rejected since the specialised equipment is rather expensive for just a simple test setup. Then they came across MakerBeam.
MakerBeamXL was thought to be the best option to use to carry the weight of their equipment and the lengths needed. Below you can see some pictures they sent us of their test setup in the office. The laser measurement device (in yellow) is used to calibrate the vibration sensor. The sensor is just above the metal tube. The metal tube is the vibration generator.
Low profile PCB vise that adjusts quickly and also holds components and probes, freeing your hands while you work
Check the video below or the Kickstarter website for this project.
It is official. MakerBeam is available in a brick and mortar store #Rotterdam. Yeah!! @metaalwinkel @topclamp #Utrecht and #Amsterdam to come.
We made an overview for you with the specifications of our three beams put together. We believe this will be helpful in your choice what beam to use for your project.
Below is the picture and here is a link to a PDF-file.