Yoyo CAD & Prototyping Adventures


({John15}) #224

How do I find that out? lol

Edit: Never mind, I got it. It is .03mm. I’ll tweak it a little.

Edit 2: I changed it to .75mm. 1mm seemed to change the edge too much.


(Choncworth) #225

This, is, awesome.


({John15}) #226

:sunglasses:

Now if I can save up enough for some protos, I’ll be set!


({John15}) #227

Thanks for all the help, Mark!


(ZAC) #228

You have very similar preferences to me smiley, I love the looks here.


(Jacob Waugh) #229

Noice! I wish I could do CAD but my workstation’s Nvidia Driver isn’t compatible with the new Mac update, so Fusion 360 is glitching everywhere.


(Mk1 Yoyos) #230

Take 2 of the mirror-polished cup idea, this time with a convex hub:

width 44 mm
diameter 59 mm
mass 64 g
axle 10 mm
material 7068

(Cruz Quintana ) #231

So do you just “print screen” like to screenshot ? Cuz I’d like to flex my design but I can’t get pics


(Cruz Quintana ) #232

Is this gonna be the next one fam?


({John15}) #233

Just a simple screenshot


(Cruz Quintana ) #234

For some reason it never works when I attempt screenshot in Fusion :man_facepalming:t2:


#235

dat looks like a helvetica or impulse2


(Mk1 Yoyos) #236

Try the Render mode and make it really beautiful!


(Cruz Quintana ) #237

Well that thing is I know how to do that but just posting it here is the tricky part but I believe I got it now


(Joseph) #238

A mirror in the center? I dig it.


(Mk1 Yoyos) #239

Working on the mirror-cup thing some more, this time with two separate convex arcs creating the hub, and an h-shaped profile:



I think the specs are about where I’d want them, too.

spec value
width 44mm
diameter 59mm
mass ~65g
axle 10mm

#240

So many cool naming possibilites with the mirror cup – and this is also a WAYY cooler design than so-called “polished bimetal style rims” (cough YYF).

Spyglass?


#241

i gotta say, that shape looks comfy


(Mk1 Yoyos) #242

Spyglass would be a great name! Other words I was considering were Reflection, Shine, Specular, and Phong.


({John15}) #243

You could call it a lunascope