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Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is an Open Hardware version of the famous machine AxiDraw which it is a pen plotter, capable of wr

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Make DIY Homework Writing Machine at Home

Step 1: parts and materials required, step 2: 3d printing, step 3: assemble the x-axis, step 4: assemble the x-axis bearing, step 5: assemble the y-axis.

  • Step 6: Assemble the X-Y Axis (Belt

Step 7: Assemble the Z-Axis

Step 8: ​electronics, step 9: software, step 10: drawing machine at work.

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Things used in this project

  • Buy from Newark
  • Buy from store.arduino.cc
  • Buy from Adafruit
  • Buy from Arduino Store
  • Buy from CPC

SG90 Micro-servo motor

Software apps and online services

Arduino IDE

Hand tools and fabrication machines

3D Printer (generic)

Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is an Open Hardware version of the famous machine AxiDraw which it is a pen plotter, capable of writing or drawing on almost any flat surface. It can write with pens, permanent markers, pencils, and other writing implements to handle an endless variety of applications.

Its unique design features a writing head that extends beyond the machine, making it possible to draw on objects bigger than the machine itself. The biggest advantage of the machine is that it can be placed over the book because of the core XY extending design of the machine.

This Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is similar to the commercially available AxiDraw. It is powered by an Arduino Uno controller, uses a CNC Shield, and GRBL firmware

The cost to build the Drawing Robot is between $75 depending on where you buy your parts and whether you already own some of the parts such as the Arduino.

You can find all of my projects on https://www.diyprojectslab.com/

Maximum drawing area 24 * 30 CM.

Thank You NextPCB

This project is successfully completed because of the help and support from NextPCB. Guys if you have a PCB project, please visit their website and get exciting discounts and coupons.

Free shipping 0$ PCB Prototype: https://www.nextpcb.com/pcb-quote?act=2&code=Romeo...

Thanksgiving Christmas lucky draw 100% win: https://www.nextpcb.com/christmas-lucky-draw?code...

2 x Nema 17 Stepper Motors Amazon.com

2 x Linear Rod M8 x 450mm for X Axis Amazon.com

2 x Linear Rod M8 x 350mm for Y Axis Amazon.com

2 x Linear Rod 3mm for Z Axis (you can get it from old CDROM)

1 x Threaded Rod M8 x 480mm8 x LM8UU Bearings Amazon.com

1 x Servo Sg901 x Spring 5m (from ball point pen) Amazon.com

2 x GT2 Pulley, 16 teeth Amazon.com

5 x Bearing 624zz Amazon.com

1 x 2000mm GT2 belt Amazon.com

1 x Arduino Uno Amazon.com

1 x CNC Shield Amazon.com

2 x A4988 Stepper driver with heatsink Amazon.com

6 x Jumpers Amazon.com

1 x 12V 2A Power Supply Amazon.com

  • 4 x 5/16in-18
  • 13 x Phillips M3-0.5 x 16mm
  • 4 x Phillips M3-0.5 x 6mm
  • 5 x Phillips M4-0.7x 35mm
  • 1 x Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm
  • 4 x 5/16in washer
  • 4 x M3 washers

Download the files from Thingiverse

Open the 3D models in Cura or any other slicer.

Use 75% infill on all the parts (An infill of 70 – 100% will work as well)

Printed all the parts with 0.10 – 0.20 mm layer height

Printed with PLA

Use supports on the Penholder, Slider, X_Support_L and the X_Support_R

Note: The longest part took around 10hrs and the shortest took 30 minutes to print

PLA is fine for this design. I print at 200C on BuildTak. None of the parts require rafts or brims. I suggest supports only for the pen holder and the Z axis end plate which is standing up.

Remember that you need (2) 350mm and (2) 450mm long linear rods

Take the (2) 450mm linear rods and insert them into either x-support part

  • Use may need to use a round file to smooth out the holes that you insert them in
  • Also, you can use a rubber mallet to help insert the rods

Now take the threaded rod and insert it in the hole below. Feed a 5/16in washer and 5/16in nut on both sides of the x-support part

Now you want to push the LM8UU bearings into their place on the top and bottom clamshell (The top and bottom clamshell take (4) bearings each)

Take (4) 624zz bearings and push them through the 3D-printed idler pulleys. Leave the 5th bearing for later when you assemble the Y-axis

Assemble the X-Axis (Carriage)

  • Get (4) M3-0.5 x 20mm screws, (4) M3 nuts, (4) M3 washers and (4) 624zz bearings with the idler pulleys installed
  • Take one screw and feed a washer through it, the washer will rest on the bearing. The nut will be at the bottom of the carriage, which will secure the bearing in place

Assemble the X-Axis (X-Support)

  • Slide the clamshell through the 450mm (X-axis) linear rods
  • Use a rubber mallet again to attach the last X-support on the linear rods
  • Make sure that the rods stick out equally on both sides
  • Slide the other end of the threaded rod through the hole on the X-support
  • Put on the last set of nuts and washers to hold the X-support in place
  • Now that the X-axis is complete, you can use (2) Phillips M3-0.5 x 16mm screws per X-support to help keep the linear rods from sliding
  • Take the (2) 350mm linear rods and insert them the Y-back piece by using a rubber mallet
  • Get (1) M4-0.5 x 35 screw, (1) M4 nut and the 5th 624zz bearing
  • Get (2) M3-0.5 x 16 screws to secure the linear rods
  • Slide in the bearing when inserting the screw through the Y-back piece
  • Slide the the linear rods/Y-back piece through the LM8UU bearings and attach the Y-front piece using a rubber mallet

Step 6: Assemble the X-Y Axis (Belt)

  • Use a pair of needle nose pliers to help guide the GT2 belt more easily through the clamshell
  • Take the two ends of the belt and slide them through the “teeth” on the Base Slider
  • The belt should be tight and not loose
  • Note that once the GT2 belt is on, it is normal for the clamshell not to move easily
  • Get (2) 3mm linear rods and the following 3D printed parts (Slider, Pen Holder, Base Slide, 3MM Metric Thumb Screw)
  • Get (1) Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm screw and the Metric Thumb Screw and push them together. Use superglue to keep it together.
  • Get (3) M3-0.5 x 16mm screws which you will use the secure the Base Slide to the Y-Front part. You may need to use (3) M3-0.5 nuts in order to hold it in place
  • Push the Slider and Pen Holder together to make one piece
  • Now take that new part and the (2) 3mm linear rods and slide the rods through the holes. Place a small spring in between the two parts so there is a little bit of pressure to lift the Slider. You may need to cut the spring a bit until there is an adequate amount of pressure on the slider.

ELECTRONICS

I prefer you can use Arduino uno CNC Shield

Ready to your all circuit

1) 4pcs A4988 Stepper Motor Driver

2) Expansion Board A4988 Driver

3)Arduino UNO First of all take hit sink and stick on A4988 motor Driver.

4pcs A4988 Stepper motor driver connect on expansion board A4988 driver module, then connect the arduino with expansion board and connect all wiring The shield also has a built-in micro stepping control - meaning that instead of using full steps or half steps like a large CNC would do, we can make the motors move by 1/16 or 1/32 of a step to make the laser move with the maximal precision possible. However, the motors will consume more electricity: they will get hot quicker.

To use the micro stepping modes, short some of the mode pins together. Different combinations give different resolutions. Take a look at the chart for the different configurations possible. When the shield is programmed, add the A4988 drivers to it and wire up the rest of the electronics.

To find the coils of the stepper motors, use a multimeter. If there's resistance between the two wires, you have a coil. On the schematic, the coils are represented by two wires of the same color.

Inkscape which is the graphics design software (draw or import graphics)

Inkscape MI GRBL Extension (convert graphics to G-Code)Universal G Code Sender (sends the G-Code to the robot causing drawing motion)GRBL which is the Arduino firmware (programmed into the Arduino Uno)

Arduino: https://www.arduino.cc/en/software

Universal G-code sender: https://winder.github.io/ugs_website/...

Inkscape: https://inkscape.org/release/inkscape..

4xiDraw & km laser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YO8-...

Processing: https://processing.org/download/

drawing to G-code processing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PIFx...

watch video for full setup

hookup_QLVR1z3Ob1.jpg

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Pen Plotter / Homework Writing Machine

How To Make DIY Pen Plotter / Homework Writing Machine at Home

This Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is similar to the commercially available AxiDraw. It is powered by an Arduino Uno controller, uses a CNC Shield, and GRBL firmware.

The cost to build the Drawing Robot is between $75 and $100 depending on where you buy your parts and whether you already own some of the parts such as the Arduino.

Parts and Materials Required

  • 2 x Nema 17 Stepper Motors
  • 2 x Linear Rod M8 x 450mm for X Axis
  • 2 x Linear Rod M8 x 350mm for Y Axis
  • 2 x Linear Rod 3mm for Z Axis (you can get it from old CDROM)
  • 1 x Threaded Rod M8 x 480mm
  • 8 x LM8UU Bearings
  • 1 x Servo Sg90
  • 1 x Spring 5m (from ball point pen)
  • 2 x GT2 Pulley, 16 teeth
  • 5 x Bearing 624zz
  • 1 x 2000mm GT2 belt
  • 1 x Arduino Uno
  • 1 x CNC Shield
  • 2 x A4988 Stepper driver with heatsink
  • 6 x Jumpers
  • 1 x 12V 2A Power Supply
  • 4 x 5/16in-18
  • 13 x Phillips M3-0.5 x 16mm
  • 4 x Phillips M3-0.5 x 6mm
  • 5 x Phillips M4-0.7x 35mm
  • 1 x Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm
  • 4 x 5/16in washer
  • 4 x M3 washers

3D Printing

  • Download the files from Thingiverse
  • Open the 3D models in Cura or any other slicer(Sli3er, Simplify 3D, etc.)
  • Use 75% infill on all the parts (An infill of 70 – 100% will work as well)
  • Printed all the parts with 0.10 – 0.20 mm layer height
  • Printed with Hatchbox Red PLA
  • Use supports on the Penholder, Slider, X_Support_L and the X_Support_R

Note: The longest part took around 9hrs and the shortest took 30 minutes to print

3D Printed Parts

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Cut your Linear Rods

Use a measuring tape and sharpie to mark the spots where the rods need to be cut

  • Use a vise to hold the rods in place when you cut them
  • Remember that you need (2) 350mm and (2) 450mm long linear rods
  • On the threaded rod, mark your cutting point at 470mm

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Assemble the X-Axis (Linear/Threaded Rods)

Take the (2) 450mm linear rods and insert them into either x-support part

  • Use may need to use a round file to smooth out the holes that you insert them in
  • Also, you can use a rubber mallet to help insert the rods

Now take the threaded rod and insert it in the hole below. Feed a 5/16in washer and 5/16in nut on both sides of the x-support part

homework writing machine cost

Assemble the X-Axis (Bearings)

Now you want to push the LM8UU bearings into their place on the top and bottom clamshell (The top and bottom clamshell take (4) bearings each)

Take (4) 624zz bearings and push them through the 3D-printed idler pulleys. Leave the 5th bearing for later when you assemble the Y-axis

homework writing machine cost

Assemble the X-Axis (Carriage)

  • Get (4) M3-0.5 x 20mm screws, (4) M3 nuts, (4) M3 washers and (4) 624zz bearings with the idler pulleys installed
  • Take one screw and feed a washer through it, the washer will rest on the bearing. The nut will be at the bottom of the carriage, which will secure the bearing in place

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Assemble the X-Axis (X-Support)

  • Slide the clamshell through the 450mm (X-axis) linear rods
  • Use a rubber mallet again to attach the last X-support on the linear rods
  • Make sure that the rods stick out equally on both sides
  • Slide the other end of the threaded rod through the hole on the X-support
  • Put on the last set of nuts and washers to hold the X-support in place
  • Now that the X-axis is complete, you can use (2) Phillips M3-0.5 x 16mm screws per X-support to help keep the linear rods from sliding

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Assemble the X-Axis (Stepper Motors)

  • Use an appropriate sized allen wrench to attach the 16 teeth pulleys on the stepper motor shafts
  • Flipping the entire chassis around will make it easier to attach the stepper motors
  • Use (8) M3-0.5 x 6mm screws and a Phillips screwdriver to attach the (2) stepper motors

Assemble the Y-Axis (Clamshell)

(Optional if you have problems keeping belt on bearings)

  • Grab (4) M4-0.5 x 35mm screws and (4) M4 nuts
  • Make sure that you have the (4) idler pulleys ( Download from Thingiversa ) and the (4) washers printed
  • Insert the washers in between the two clamshells, with a screw in between
  • Screw the top and bottom clamshells together

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Assemble the Y-Axis (Y- Back/Front)

  • Take the (2) 350mm linear rods and insert them the Y-back piece by using a rubber mallet
  • Get (1) M4-0.5 x 35 screw, (1) M4 nut and the 5th 624zz bearing
  • Get (2) M3-0.5 x 16 screws to secure the linear rods
  • Slide in the bearing when inserting the screw through the Y-back piece
  • Slide the the linear rods/Y-back piece through the LM8UU bearings and attach the Y-front piece using a rubber mallet

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Assemble the X-Y Axis (Belt)

  • Use a pair of needle nose pliers to help guide the GT2 belt more easily through the clamshell
  • Take the two ends of the belt and slide them through the “teeth” on the Base Slider
  • The belt should be tight and not loose
  • Note that once the GT2 belt is on, it is normal for the clamshell not to move easily

Belt Diagram

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Assemble the Z-Axis

  • Get (2) 3mm linear rods and the following 3D printed parts (Slider, Pen Holder, Base Slide, 3MM Metric Thumb Screw)
  • Get (1) Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm screw and the Metric Thumb Screw and push them together. Use superglue to keep it together.
  • Get (3) M3-0.5 x 16mm screws which you will use the secure the Base Slide to the Y-Front part. You may need to use (3) M3-0.5 nuts in order to hold it in place
  • Push the Slider and Pen Holder together to make one piece
  • Now take that new part and the (2) 3mm linear rods and slide the rods through the holes. Place a small spring in between the two parts so there is a little bit of pressure to lift the Slider. You may need to cut the spring a bit until there is an adequate amount of pressure on the slider.

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Step By Step Video

The Original Instructions by Henry Arnold Jonathan K

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12 thoughts on “ How To Make DIY Pen Plotter / Homework Writing Machine at Home ”

i constructed all the machine but when i press X+ the both X and Y axis are moving what is the problem

double check the steppers wiring

Have you solved it? I have the same problem with my machine, when I press X+, it’s necessary both motors move at same time, but, only one of them move…

Did you solve this problem?

Same problem how to solve ,?

Is it true that you didn’t use the microswitches in the final design?

Hello how to co figurę this machine to RUN on GRBL. What I mean is that GRBL interprets commands for x axis and y axis independently and if I look on your belt diagram it looks like both Motors have to run at the same time in order to move the carriage along y axis… How did you do that?

Have you solved it?

Thank you, thank you. It’s a very good built.

Is it possible to modify it to draw using brush ang oil based paint ?

Could you please tell what software/plug in and which version do you use to generate g-code for this machine?

Hello, what is the width of your belt? 6mm or 10mm? Thanks!

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Make Diy Homework Writing Machine At Home

Make Diy Homework Writing Machine At Home

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About the project

Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is an Open Hardware version of the famous machine AxiDraw which it is a pen plotter, capable of wr

Project info

Difficulty: Difficult

Platforms: Adafruit ,  Arduino ,  SparkFun

Estimated time: 2 days

License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike CC BY-NC-SA version 4.0 or later (CC BY-NC-SA 4+)

Items used in this project

Hardware components, software apps and online services, hand tools and fabrication machines.

homework writing machine cost

Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is an Open Hardware version of the famous machine AxiDraw which it is a pen plotter, capable of writing or drawing on almost any flat surface. It can write with pens, permanent markers, pencils, and other writing implements to handle an endless variety of applications.

Its unique design features a writing head that extends beyond the machine, making it possible to draw on objects bigger than the machine itself. The biggest advantage of the machine is that it can be placed over the book because of the core XY extending design of the machine.

This Drawing Robot/Pen Plotter/Drawing Machine is similar to the commercially available AxiDraw. It is powered by an Arduino Uno controller, uses a CNC Shield, and GRBL firmware

The cost to build the Drawing Robot is between $75 depending on where you buy your parts and whether you already own some of the parts such as the Arduino.

You can find all of my projects on https://www.diyprojectslab.com/

Maximum drawing area 24 * 30 CM.

Thank You NextPCB

This project is successfully completed because of the help and support from NextPCB. Guys if you have a PCB project, please visit their website and get exciting discounts and coupons.

Free shipping 0$ PCB Prototype: https://www.nextpcb.com/pcb-quote?act=2&code=Romeo...

Thanksgiving Christmas lucky draw 100% win: https://www.nextpcb.com/christmas-lucky-draw?code...

homework writing machine cost

2 x Nema 17 Stepper Motors Amazon.com

2 x Linear Rod M8 x 450mm for X Axis Amazon.com

2 x Linear Rod M8 x 350mm for Y Axis Amazon.com

2 x Linear Rod 3mm for Z Axis (you can get it from old CDROM)

1 x Threaded Rod M8 x 480mm8 x LM8UU Bearings Amazon.com

1 x Servo Sg901 x Spring 5m (from ball point pen) Amazon.com

2 x GT2 Pulley, 16 teeth Amazon.com

5 x Bearing 624zz Amazon.com

1 x 2000mm GT2 belt Amazon.com

1 x Arduino Uno Amazon.com

1 x CNC Shield Amazon.com

2 x A4988 Stepper driver with heatsink Amazon.com

6 x Jumpers Amazon.com

1 x 12V 2A Power Supply Amazon.com

  • 4 x 5/16in-18
  • 13 x Phillips M3-0.5 x 16mm
  • 4 x Phillips M3-0.5 x 6mm
  • 5 x Phillips M4-0.7x 35mm
  • 1 x Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm
  • 4 x 5/16in washer
  • 4 x M3 washers

homework writing machine cost

Download the files from Thingiverse

Open the 3D models in Cura or any other slicer.

Use 75% infill on all the parts (An infill of 70 – 100% will work as well)

Printed all the parts with 0.10 – 0.20 mm layer height

Printed with PLA

Use supports on the Penholder, Slider, X_Support_L and the X_Support_R

Note: The longest part took around 10hrs and the shortest took 30 minutes to print

PLA is fine for this design. I print at 200C on BuildTak. None of the parts require rafts or brims. I suggest supports only for the pen holder and the Z axis end plate which is standing up.

homework writing machine cost

Remember that you need (2) 350mm and (2) 450mm long linear rods

Take the (2) 450mm linear rods and insert them into either x-support part

  • Use may need to use a round file to smooth out the holes that you insert them in
  • Also, you can use a rubber mallet to help insert the rods

Now take the threaded rod and insert it in the hole below. Feed a 5/16in washer and 5/16in nut on both sides of the x-support part

homework writing machine cost

Now you want to push the LM8UU bearings into their place on the top and bottom clamshell (The top and bottom clamshell take (4) bearings each)

Take (4) 624zz bearings and push them through the 3D-printed idler pulleys. Leave the 5th bearing for later when you assemble the Y-axis

Assemble the X-Axis (Carriage)

  • Get (4) M3-0.5 x 20mm screws, (4) M3 nuts, (4) M3 washers and (4) 624zz bearings with the idler pulleys installed
  • Take one screw and feed a washer through it, the washer will rest on the bearing. The nut will be at the bottom of the carriage, which will secure the bearing in place

Assemble the X-Axis (X-Support)

  • Slide the clamshell through the 450mm (X-axis) linear rods
  • Use a rubber mallet again to attach the last X-support on the linear rods
  • Make sure that the rods stick out equally on both sides
  • Slide the other end of the threaded rod through the hole on the X-support
  • Put on the last set of nuts and washers to hold the X-support in place
  • Now that the X-axis is complete, you can use (2) Phillips M3-0.5 x 16mm screws per X-support to help keep the linear rods from sliding

homework writing machine cost

  • Take the (2) 350mm linear rods and insert them the Y-back piece by using a rubber mallet
  • Get (1) M4-0.5 x 35 screw, (1) M4 nut and the 5th 624zz bearing
  • Get (2) M3-0.5 x 16 screws to secure the linear rods
  • Slide in the bearing when inserting the screw through the Y-back piece
  • Slide the the linear rods/Y-back piece through the LM8UU bearings and attach the Y-front piece using a rubber mallet

homework writing machine cost

  • Use a pair of needle nose pliers to help guide the GT2 belt more easily through the clamshell
  • Take the two ends of the belt and slide them through the “teeth” on the Base Slider
  • The belt should be tight and not loose
  • Note that once the GT2 belt is on, it is normal for the clamshell not to move easily

homework writing machine cost

  • Get (2) 3mm linear rods and the following 3D printed parts (Slider, Pen Holder, Base Slide, 3MM Metric Thumb Screw)
  • Get (1) Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm screw and the Metric Thumb Screw and push them together. Use superglue to keep it together.
  • Get (3) M3-0.5 x 16mm screws which you will use the secure the Base Slide to the Y-Front part. You may need to use (3) M3-0.5 nuts in order to hold it in place
  • Push the Slider and Pen Holder together to make one piece
  • Now take that new part and the (2) 3mm linear rods and slide the rods through the holes. Place a small spring in between the two parts so there is a little bit of pressure to lift the Slider. You may need to cut the spring a bit until there is an adequate amount of pressure on the slider.

homework writing machine cost

ELECTRONICS

I prefer you can use Arduino uno CNC Shield

Ready to your all circuit

1) 4pcs A4988 Stepper Motor Driver

2) Expansion Board A4988 Driver

3)Arduino UNO First of all take hit sink and stick on A4988 motor Driver.

4pcs A4988 Stepper motor driver connect on expansion board A4988 driver module, then connect the arduino with expansion board and connect all wiring The shield also has a built-in micro stepping control - meaning that instead of using full steps or half steps like a large CNC would do, we can make the motors move by 1/16 or 1/32 of a step to make the laser move with the maximal precision possible. However, the motors will consume more electricity: they will get hot quicker.

To use the micro stepping modes, short some of the mode pins together. Different combinations give different resolutions. Take a look at the chart for the different configurations possible. When the shield is programmed, add the A4988 drivers to it and wire up the rest of the electronics.

To find the coils of the stepper motors, use a multimeter. If there's resistance between the two wires, you have a coil. On the schematic, the coils are represented by two wires of the same color.

homework writing machine cost

Inkscape which is the graphics design software (draw or import graphics)

Inkscape MI GRBL Extension (convert graphics to G-Code)Universal G Code Sender (sends the G-Code to the robot causing drawing motion)GRBL which is the Arduino firmware (programmed into the Arduino Uno)

Arduino: https://www.arduino.cc/en/software

Universal G-code sender: https://winder.github.io/ugs_website/...

Inkscape: https://inkscape.org/release/inkscape..

4xiDraw & km laser: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YO8-...

Processing: https://processing.org/download/

drawing to G-code processing: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1PIFx...

watch video for full setup

Schematics, diagrams and documents

Hookup_qlvr1z3ob1.jpg, diy-projects-lab.

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DIY Homework Writing Machine Using Arduino - 2D Pen Plotter

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DIY Homework Writing Machine Using Arduino - 2D Pen Plotter

Hi, in this blog I will show you how to make your own homework writing machine also known as 2d plotter.

This machine can write on any surface using any type of pen, pencil, sketch pen or marker. This is useful when you have to complete an assignment or draw beautiful and neat diagrams for your school/college project to fetch those extra marks.

The machine has a very simple construction and can be easily assembled provided you have the right parts available. In this blog, I will explain you the step-by-step assembly of the machine, explain you the parts used, and also provide you a part list in the end with buy links so that you can order them online.

Supplies

You will require a 20x20mm and a 20x40mm V Slot Aluminium extrusion profile of 400mm length each. you can also use 500mm length if you want a larger sized machine. i have prepared a complete part list/ BOM, which you can access through this link: https://bit.ly/3bKfPJJ

Step 1: Assembly - Y Axis

Assembly - Y Axis

Take the 2040mm profile and attach the base plates to both the ends. Use the sliding nuts and m4 bolts to attach the base plates to the profiles. Now turn the profile and attach rubber feet to the bottom slots of the base plates. These rubber feet will hold the machine in place on smooth surfaces.

Step 2: Intersection Plate

Intersection Plate

Turn the profile back again, now attach the intersection plates and v wheel kits to the profile.

We will use Delrin v wheels to enable motion in the x and y axis. These wheels consist of 2 bearings and a wheel which runs on the v slot of the profile. This provides a smooth and sturdy motion system to our machine.

Take the top intersection plate, insert m5x45mm bolts to the plate, insert 6mm aluminium spacers on one side and eccentric spacers on the other side, 1mm shim washers, and then insert the Delrin v wheels, insert the spacers and washers again.

Now turn the 2040 profile again and place it on top of the intersection plate. The wheels and eccentric spacers are loose so the profile can be inserted easily. After the profile is inserted, place the bottom intersection plate and pass the bolts through the plate and fasten the bolts using m5 nyloc nuts. Now our intersection plate assembly is complete. Turn the profile back again and tighten the eccentric spacers using a spanner. The wheels should have a firm grip on the profile, also do not over tighten them.

Step 3: Y Axis Motor and Belt

Y Axis Motor and Belt

Now we will insert the gt2 timing belt in the y axis profile. Insert the belt through the v slots in the 2040mm profile. Fasten the belt using cable ties in the slots on the intersection plate. Leave some space for the gt2 pulley and idler pulley. Attach the NEMA 17 stepepr motor to the top base plate, and attach the gt2 timing pulley to the motor, pass the belt through the timing pulley. On the bottom base plate, attach the idler pulley and pass the belt through it.

You can use one technique to make sure that there is enough tension in the belt. Before fastening the belt to the intersection plate using cable ties, you can loosen the bottom base plate and bring it closer towards the intersection plate. Once the belt is attached, you can then pull the plate towards the end, which will tighten the belt and thus there will be enough tension in the belt for smooth movement.

By this we are done with the assembly of y axis.

Step 4: X Axis Assembly

X Axis Assembly

Take the 20x20mm profile and attach the motor plate and idler pulley plate to both the ends using sliding nuts and m4 bolts. Insert 2 extra m5 sliding nuts in the profile between the motor plate and idler pulley plate. Now turn the y axis assembly and place it on top of the 20x20mm profile. There are 2 holes in the top intersection plate, which are for attaching the 2 axis to the intersection plate. Align the m5 sliding nuts to the holes and attach them using m5x12mm bolts. Turn the frame upside down.

Step 5: X Axis Motor and Pulley

X Axis Motor and Pulley

Attach the stepper motor using m3x12mm bolts and attach the idler pulley to the other end of the x axis. Use a gt2 timing belt of approx. 1 meter length and loop it from the motor and pulley

Step 6: Pen Holder Plate

Pen Holder Plate

Now we will attach the pen holder plate to the x axis.

the pen holder plate includes 4 3d printed parts, 2 3mm springs, 2 3mm 80mm long stainless steel shafts, 1 20mm 3d printer bed spring, m5x15mm bolt and m5x20mm bolt.

take the base plate, insert the 3mm shafts from below, now place the movement plate above the shafts, move the shafts towards the top. now insert the springs between the shafts and the top holder, and push the shafts to the top holder. the holders are designed with tight tolerances, and the movement plate has enough gap to allow smooth movement through the shafts.

Attach the pen clip using the M5x15mm bolt, tighten the bolt to have tight movement of the clip, in order to tilt the pen while writing. now place the 20mm spring between the 2 clips, and insert the M5x20mm bolt to keep the clip intact.

Step 7: Mount the Pen Holder Plate

Mount the Pen Holder Plate

Now attach the pen holder plate to the X axis using V Wheels, the same way which we attached the intersection plate. use the eccentric spacer to tighten the grip between the wheels.

once the plate is in place, pull the pulley plate slightly outwards, to provide tension to the belt, and tighten the m5 bolts under the plate once there is enough tension in the belt.

Step 8: Electronics

Electronics

we are using an Arduino UNO along with CNC shield V3.0 for this project. we will also require 2 DRV8825 drivers to drive the stepper motors.

to power the machine, we require a 12V 2A power adapter. attach the arduino to the mount plate, and attach the mount plate to the machine

Step 9: Attach Servo

Attach Servo

Attach the MG90s servo motor to the pen plate from the back side. use the screws provided with the servo to mount the servo motor. attach the one sided arm provided with the servo from the front and secure it with a screw

Step 10: Wiring and Test Run

Wiring and Test Run

Plug the AC adapter, connect the wires to the CNC shield, and turn the adapter on. connect the USB from the arduino to your PC or laptop. now we can test the machine.

Step 11: Final Results

Final Results

use a notebook or paper, and run the gcode file through the controller software.

you will require the following softwares to operate the machine, which i will explain in detail in the upcoming instructable.

the machine is able to accurately draw on the book and the results look good.

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5 weeks ago

If you start your 2nd part, have a look on GRBL-Plotter before, to generate GCode and send it to the arduino. https://github.com/svenhb/GRBL-Plotter https://grbl-plotter.de/index.php?id=quick-guide&s... https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxiLZDTcWmNzBk5ks...

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Question 1 year ago on Step 11

How do you write the code needed for the plotter?

Answer 5 weeks ago

With GRBL-Plotter you can just copy and paste the text, select the font and start writing. https://github.com/svenhb/GRBL-Plotter https://grbl-plotter.de/index.php?id=form-text

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hola quisiera saber las ruedas Delrin v que medida tienen pues consigo dos modelos 24 y15 de diámetro desde ya muchas gracias

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Reply 6 months ago

Hi! did you manage to understand which wheels are required? I also have the same problem...

imedbencherif026

Can you give us the code with explanation

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Homework Writing Machine

This homework writing machine project features a DIY writing machine that uses a typical pen. It can do outline writing and digital signature or even a real text. The main system uses a 2 axis stepper motor driver board with Nema stepper motors and Mg90S Metal Gear Servo control.

The 2 axis stepper motor driver board serves as the main controller. It organizes the motor drivers connection that best fit for the writing machine operation. This writing machine uses threaded rod rotated by nema 17 stepper motors for X-axis and Y-axis movements on the surface, while a Mg90S metal gear servo is used in the pen stand that moves the pen perpendicular to the writing surface. The movements of the motor are synchronized and quite accurate provided that it is assisted by a well-made writing machine frame structure with mixed of wood and acrylic materials.

This project is suitable for embedded development hence it can accomplished digital writing activity. It is also a good reference for DIY text and figure printing provided that it can draw specific figures.

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Homework Writing Machine with Arduino and Servo Motor

Homework Writing Machine with Arduino and Servo Motor

Homework writing machine is an auto writing machine through which you can make your your work easy by programing your project. As per the title this is a simple project using Arduino to make Homework writing machine at your home.This machine can draw any design and write any type of fonts.You can see sharpness and perfection of writing in photos. The machine uses a gantry to move the writing tip along the X and Y axes. The flexible-nib pen is mounted on a servo motor which rotates the tip onto the writing surface, taking care of the third axis.

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  2. Make DIY Homework Writing Machine at Home

    The cost to build the Drawing Robot is between $75 depending on where you buy your parts and whether you already own some of the parts such as the Arduino. You can find all of my projects on https://www.diyprojectslab.com/ Maximum drawing area 24 * 30 CM. Thank You NextPCB

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  6. DIY Homework Writing Machine : 12 Steps (with Pictures)

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  7. Make DIY Homework Writing Machine at Home

    The cost to build the Drawing Robot is between $75 depending on where you buy your parts and whether you already own some of the parts such as the Arduino. You can find all of my projects on https://www.diyprojectslab.com/ Maximum drawing area 24 * 30 CM. Thank You NextPCB

  8. How To Make DIY Pen Plotter / Homework Writing Machine at Home

    Assemble the Z-Axis. Get (2) 3mm linear rods and the following 3D printed parts (Slider, Pen Holder, Base Slide, 3MM Metric Thumb Screw) Get (1) Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm screw and the Metric Thumb Screw and push them together. Use superglue to keep it together. Get (3) M3-0.5 x 16mm screws which you will use the secure the Base Slide to the Y-Front ...

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  10. Homework Writing Machine : 15 Steps

    Step 4: Unscrew Stepper Motor. Open one screw on sliding shaft and 2 screw on stepper motor. Disassemble stepper motor and sliding parts from one rectangle. Remove all circuit of sliding part and cut middle part of this sliding part. Now you have 2 PCs of plastic part.Combine both plastic object and stick with FeviQuik.

  11. Simple Easy Homework Machine : 4 Steps (with Pictures)

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  12. Make Diy Homework Writing Machine At Home

    Get (1) Hex M3-0.5 x 20mm screw and the Metric Thumb Screw and push them together. Use superglue to keep it together. Get (3) M3-0.5 x 16mm screws which you will use the secure the Base Slide to the Y-Front part. You may need to use (3) M3-0.5 nuts in order to hold it in place.

  13. How to Make Homework Writing Machine at Home

    This is the Version 2.0 of the Arduino Homework Writing Machine - 2D CNC Plotter. this version comes with a lot of upgrades from the previous one, which incl...

  14. DIY Homework Writing Machine Using Arduino

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  15. How To Make Homework Writing Machine at Home

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  16. DIY Arduino Writing/ Drawing Machine

    hi in this video i have shown how to make a Homework writing machine also known as a 2D Plotter. this machine can be used with any pen, pencil, or other drawing tool to write on a paper or...

  17. How to Make Homework Writing Machine at Home

    In this video we make homework writing machine using Arduino uno and stepper motors.This writing machine can be used for writing and drawing in science proje...

  18. Homework Writing Machine

    Posted Saturday, September 15, 2018 shares This homework writing machine project features a DIY writing machine that uses a typical pen. It can do outline writing and digital signature or even a real text. The main system uses a 2 axis stepper motor driver board with Nema stepper motors and Mg90S Metal Gear Servo control.

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  20. EasyDraw V2 Writing and Drawing Machine (FULLY ASSEMBLED)

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  21. Homework Writing Machine with Arduino and Servo Motor

    Homework writing machine project description: Servo Motor: A servomotor is a rotary actuator or linear actuator that allows for precise control of angular or linear position, velocity and acceleration.It consists of a suitable motor coupled to a sensor for position feedback. It also requires a relatively sophisticated controller, often a dedicated module designed specifically for use with ...

  22. PDF Design and Development of CNC Writing and Drawing Machine

    LITERATURE REVIEW research on CNC machine system named 'A New Developed Technique for Handwriting Robot' presented by Nur Shazwany Zamani, M.N. Mohammed [3] are the authors who have generated cheap handwriting robot which is based on the fundamental of CNC.

  23. How to Make Homework Writing Machine at home

    How to Make Homework Writing Machine at homeLearn How to make homework writing and drawing machine at home using Stepper motor.You can make this type of auto...