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Kit Log #053: Drive sys and arm – guides, sheets, projects

Kit Log #053: Drive sys and arm – guides, sheets, projects

Today we helped to set up the drive system sheet for Beck to fill in with the guide description. This involved dividing the steps into parts, and adding the images. The CAD models with the screws added helped tremendously to recount them all and add them too.

In addition to this, the super bright lights product description was added, and reviewed the arms sheet while starting on those pieces. The idea for the pieces will be to display it on a page where the 3D model is seen beside the quantity and print instruction. Additionally, we want to add in an AR quick look view, using the .usdz format. Step by step!

Kit Log #052: Brain Kit landing page

Kit Log #052: Brain Kit landing page

Today we finished the brain kit landing page. It contains all the info in one place about the brain kit, what it does, and how to get started. Go check it out! This will be our template for the other kit landing pages as well.

The progress started two days ago (March 21), but only finished today (March 23) because of figuring out how to make the gallery work. The brain kit links to its page on the store, and now it is complete. Actually, upon writing this, just realised that the 3d models are missing. They will likely go in to the guide page.

 

Kit Log #050: First blink images created

Kit Log #050: First blink images created

We made the images for the first blink guide. This update seems tiny, but it plays a big part in that guide.

Kit Log #049: Bowie build series

Kit Log #049: Bowie build series

With the progress of the build guides coming along, today we took a pause to figure out how all of those pieces would fit together into a series. The result of this brainstorming session was seeing that there will likely need to be three series: a solo Bowie build (for makers building it on their own), a team Bowie build, and an educational group Bowie build. The edu build would be broken into phases, as seen. It looks simple, but there was a lot of erasing and re-writing while figuring this out on the whiteboards.