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[TB3] TurtleBot3 Hardware: Free for YOU!


#1

[TurtleBot3 Hardware: Free for YOU!]

Hi, All :slight_smile:

We are very pleased to announce the TurtleBot3 hardware through Onshape.​ You can look deeply into TurtleBot3 hardware configurations via Onshape, download STL files for 3D printing, copy design drawings, and even re-edit them. All this is done in a web browser. Oh! I forgot. You can do it on any devices and operating systems, such as your tablet, smartphone. Check it out now. :sunglasses:

BURGER: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/2586c4659ef3e7078e91168b/w/14abf4cb615429a14a2732cc/e/9ae9841864e78c02c4966c5e

WAFFLE: https://cad.onshape.com/documents/daf80b2021249a203e938429/w/417587bf5e713dc3f4985a96/e/7d4ea1bdda0c24388701b0e4

P.S
Basic / Premium is kinda stereotype naming,
so we decided to give cool names (BURGER and WAFFLE). :wink:


#2

Export as stl doesn’t seem to be available, at least I have not found a way. In the context menu the only option available for me is to open the item in a new tab. Is there a permission problem?


#3
  1. Sign in. (If you do not have an ID, you have to create one.)
  2. Click the “toggle tab manager” (A menu will appear on the left side of the browser.)
  3. Click the “Parts folder”
  4. Right-click on the icon of the file you want to download.
  5. Click the “Export…”
  6. Finally, you can download the output file type you want.


#4

Thanks, the requirement for an account was not obvious to me.


#5

Is there a plan to host just the STL files somewhere so that no Onshape account is required?

PS. I love the names (Burger and Waffle).


#6

Yes. We released it to Onshape for users who want to modify the design files.
But we will be able to download the STL or STEP files from the GitHub, Thingiverse, GrabCAD, etc.,
for users who just want to print or view it.

Thank you. :slight_smile:


#7

Hello!
I’m looking for the vector drawing of the waffle plate.
I tried to find the files on GitHub, Thingiverse and GrabCAD but couldn’t find it anywhere. Could you please send the link to it?

Thanks in advance!


#8

Hi @evbernardes,
The Information about the hardware mentioned above can be found in the manual below. We are mainly using Onshape now, and we will arrange for the Thingiverse to go up soon.
http://emanual.robotis.com/docs/en/platform/turtlebot3/opensource/#opensource-hardware


#9

Hi @Pyo, thanks for your advise. Unfortunately, as @evbernardes, i couldn´t find any data exept on “ONSHAPE” I applied for an account but got the answer that they have to check.
It seems that they want to sell some membership. If you dont have an account you can not download from onshape.
So right now, one can not get the Hardware - Files for free as stated above.

I guess it would be great help for all turtle-fans if the CAD-Date will be available on real open-source-platforms.
Especially the waffle-plate would be a great help since it is the base of all.

Thanks for any help on this


#10

Hi @laulima, you can download it in the following way. I just tested and downloaded without any problems.

  1. Sign in. (If you do not have an ID, you have to create one.)
  2. Click the “toggle tab manager” (A menu will appear on the left side of the browser.)
  3. Click the “Parts folder”
  4. Right-click on the icon of the file you want to download.
  5. Click the “Export…”
  6. Finally, you can download the output file type you want.


#11

with onshape you can not create a new account.
You can request one. But then you get an email from onshape saying: “Thank you for your interrest in onshape business solutions. Our Sales will get in contact with you…”
I do not get login information from onshape.

Anny help on this?


#12

Why don’t you just use bugmenot to login into onshape?


#13

@Humpelstilzchen: Thanks for the advise. I didnt even know that this extists.
I tested the two but both of them were invalid.


#14

Since the first one (c211484@trbvn.com) did work for me there might me something wrong with your browser.


#15

@Humpelstilzchen: Thank you very much. It worked in MS-Edge but not in Firefox .
You really helped me a lot!


#16

Hi @laulima, @evbernardes

We upload the STL file to the Thingiverse for the convenience of users. Please use it when you need it. :slight_smile:

https://www.thingiverse.com/ROBOTIS/designs
http://emanual.robotis.com/docs/en/platform/turtlebot3/locomotion/