The series of tests were primarily focused on the directives and regulatory compliance’s that apply for that kind of equipment, specifically the ones related to EMC and immunity, as for:
* Conducted emision per power supply connector
* Radiated emition
* Inmunity to electrostatic discharges.
* Radiated inmunity
* Inmunity to fast transitories of electric gusts
* Inmunity to conducted radiofrequency
We are closer!! Thanks for your support!!
:: L8 team ::
At last we begin to share with the L8 developer community the early SDK versions, so that each of them can finally start projecting their ideas and imagination creating potential L8 uses and applications as they please and need.
:: L8 Team ::
We have had two hard weeks solving and boosting some pending issues. Specially related to the injection process. We were having some dificulties making the final adjustments. The most complex tooling (it has sliders inside other sliders to create some complicated inner cavities) has needed a pneumatic 3 ways actuated-valve (which has taken 7 days to arrive) instead of the 2 ways initial one installed, to activate and sincronice the different actuators in the proper sequence with the different limit switches installed, and tunning again the control of the PLC… Some guides were broken and a mold surface was damaged during that adjustment and it was needed to take the entire machine apart and to weld by lasser the damaged part and to polish it again.
Hopefully everything is solved now and the 3 toolings have been attached to the injection machine today and everything seems to be working nice!!
We have also delivered today to the certification company the sample for testing (the L8 is going to be tortured a little bit ;)
Here you can find several pictures of the different injection toolings and the problems described. Also the actuated valve replacement, the most complex tooling itself, the tooling installed in the injection machine, the tooling taken apart, the polish process of the damaged part, some 3D cad models of the toolings…some injected parts and a video showing the injection process of them! (don’t worry, it needs a minor adjustment to avoid the ejected parts to fly that way). And other pictures of the certification facilities (we’ll dedicate an entire update to this very soon).
At the beginning of the next week we’ll be showing you more machines in action and rest of the injected parts. Bulk production is about to start!
SDK news are also coming.
We understand your critic comments, we will do the same in your position but, please, be patient (just a bit more) and be sure we are doing our best. Your L8 will worth the wait.
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