I have attached a blender file that has two objects in the file. The intention of this project is to create an enclosure for a robot. The circular object is the base which will go on top of the robot, the chassis is this (mm), I believe i have already adjusted the initial enclosure to fit on top of the chassis but please verify.
I would like the chute object to be mounted on top of the enclosure, where a marble will sit in the chute and when the robot spins, the marble will slide down the chute.
Wants:Design must be a clean and uniform design. It must be able to fit on the chassis size that is linked.
Other software can be used but PLEASE submit a stil file for 3D printing and a blender file with the model. Also, keep it simple!
- Autodesk Inventor
Additional InformationForgot to list the PREFFERED CAD SOFTWARE:
BLENDER, but I am open to all other software.
Referenced to the comment regarding the dimensions and blender scaling, I do not want the enclosure to be EXACTLY the same size as the chassis (in terms of the diameter) I want the enclosure to be slightly smaller (that is why the enclosure is ~115mm).
I have also attached the pictures of the robot to help with the design of the enclosure.
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