I posted an ad in the “Jobs and Portfolio” section for my new robotic workshop : Xylotica.
My long-term goal is to focus on the milling of complex wood structures with raw timber, making use of joinery inspired by traditional carpentry, but with a parametric twist.
I also welcome aspiring robot programmers who would like to follow the same path : I can organize hands-on training sessions and share my 7 years experience with KUKA robots.
Here’s our first Youtube video, featuring wood, photogrammetry, quad remesh, offline simulation, robotic 7 axis milling…what’s not to love ?
That is pretty cool. Where are you located?
I’m in Albi, France.
Really cool stuff!!! Thanks for showing.
May I ask what photogrammetry software you use?
nice to hear from you.
I use “Reality capture” or “Capturing reality” ; they don’t seem to be sure what their own name is…
I found it to be head and shoulders above the others I’ve tested, and although it isn’t free, their “pay-per input images” scheme is quite advantageous. I might purchase the software outright when I pump-up the steam and automate the process of shooting the photos with the robot and turntable.
I can’t wait to see more of your stuff! Great artistry and overengineering is right down my alley! Great to hear that CR works well, I just installed it on my machine before heading off to the mountain and the quick test I did was really promising. Cheers!
Here’s a wooden beercap.
And no, Jörgen, it’s not hollow.
Gorgeous! Made me thirsty…
Is it oak? And what is the diameter?
Those marks on my table are 50mm
Nice work and great idea!!! output is fantastic!
Here’s for a little image sampler fun.
Basic 3 axis milling, though.