The idea

Cubespawn is modular, it offers a window into designing robotic solutions that simplify the more technical and scientific details of robotic engineering design, without losing the ability to dig in to the technology as their knowledge grows.

CubeSpawn’s modular nature also potentially reduces the cost of automated manufacturing by 90% and radically improves the social and economic cost of the recycling and repurposing the machines following decommissioning.

Open Source Design

The main goal for the CubeSpawn project is to add automated elements until the system can convert a file, called a “Digital Template” into a complex physical object, under autonomous, automatic control. This will serve to enable the creation of physical objects from designs created in Makerverse, so that robots created and tested entirely in the simulated labs can be brought into the physical world.

The initial system consists of 600mm (about 2 ft) aluminum t-slot framed cubes, but the system will scale up to larger, and down to smaller sizes.

The project

The project is at https://cubespawn.com & https://patreon.com/CubeSpawn & https://liberapay.com/CubeSpawn

Envienta

https://platform.envienta.org/proje…/cubespawn-5cca671aaaa09

Wikifactory

https://wikifactory.com/@cubespawn

Wevolver’s Welder app

https://www.welder.app/profile/james.jones

and additionally, Github

Software

https://github.com/cubespawn

Hardware

https://github.com/cubespawn-parts

Research

https://github.com/CubeSpawn-Research

The project

Help needed

Activity

Update 2020-03-14:

Contact

James Jones