DrawBot – Parts Ordered!!!

So, I just placed an order for all the electronics parts I’ll need.  A big thank-you to John Abella for this help in choosing the steppers and power adapter.  Here’s what I bought and from where:

”Posts
  1. Wanna make a DrawBot?
  2. DrawBot Resources and Links
  3. DrawBot, the Adventure Begins
  4. DrawBots for the slow learner
  5. DrawBot - Parts Ordered!!!
  6. DrawBot - The Breakdown
  7. DrawBot - Parts Shipped!!!
  8. DrawBot - What would you draw?
  9. DrawBot - The Plan!
  10. DrawBot - The Delivery, Part II
  11. DrawBot – The Assembly, Part III
  12. DrawBot – The Assembly, Part IV
  13. i find i want to add more posts in some random series, just so i can use my new plugin
  14. This is a test of the Simple Series post system... This is only a test
  15. Now Simple Series will also add the series list to RSS feeds too!
  16. DrawBot – Printed Parts
  17. DrawBot – The Assembly, Part VII
  18. DrawBot – Pen Selection
  19. DrawBot – How to Recover from a Stalled Print!
  20. DrawBot – Drawing Success(ish)!!!
  21. DrawBot – Pen Selection, Part II
  22. DrawBot – Onwards and Upwards!
  23. DrawBot – Another Successful(ish) Drawing!, and an Update
  24. Plugin Considerations
  25. WordPress plugin - OCD Plugin Stats
  26. TSP FTW!
  27. Two new DrawBot links! And an update!
  28. Excellent DrawBot Slides
  29. Another Drawing Robot!!!
  30. DrawBot Practice Tip: A Watched Pot
  31. Why do DrawBots draw on walls?
  32. Every Body Needs a Skull
  33. Overengineered Spools
  34. Arduino Powered Drawing Robot Poll
  35. Simple Series WordPress Plugin Update
  36. Apparently WordPress.org serves up even more delicious download stats
  37. How to add a custom button to the WordPress editor
  38. OCD Plugin Stats and the WordPress.org Statistics API
  39. How to add a custom button to the WordPress Visual TinyMCE Editor
  40. A Study of Drawing Robot Pen Holders and Design Considerations
  41. Ideal Qualities in a Drawing Robot Pen Holder
  42. To Maker Faire!!!

 

9 Responses to “DrawBot – Parts Ordered!!!”

  1. […] this project cost to date is $103.30.   That’s less than I would have spent for a single really large framed print.  If I had […]

  2. […] I placed an order with Adafruit and MakerBot for all the parts I’ll need to build a DrawBot.  The MakerBot order shipped that same day […]

  3. […] morning the USPS website told me that the remaining parts from Adafruit left Oakland yesterday.  As of this moment, they should be sitting at my local Post Office… […]

  4. […] order from Adafruit arrived today!  This was my very first order from Adafruit Industries and I have to say all of the […]

  5. […] Seriously, what are you waiting for?!  Go order a Polargraph kit from Sandy Noble45 or source the parts from Adafruit6 .7  Or, if you’re going to scavenge and/or source some parts, check out my Polargraph DrawBot parts/shopping lists. […]

  6. […] my own DrawBot was built entirely from off-the-shelf parts, I’d like to make it really polished.  At the moment my DrawBot does not look like much.  […]

  7. […] previously discussed sourcing the main electronic components for a drawing robot.1 Since there’s more to a robot than just the electronics that make it work, I thought I […]

  8. […] 80 posts on the topic. ((Photo courtesy of Vox Efx)) Everything from a list of other robots, to where I sourced the parts, to my failed attempts at designing parts, and a lot more posts about what I’ve done that […]

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