List of custom components

This document contains an overview of all the custom parts used in the Opsoro system. Nearly all custom parts are fabricated using either laser-cutting or 3D-printing, and the hierarchy of this document reflects this.

Laser-cut components

Laser-cutting is used extensively in the hardware design of Opsoro. Most parts are cut from 3 mm ABS plastic. Most parts can be connected using the snap connectors, meaning no extra fasteners are required.

Button module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

Turn module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

Eye module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

Heart module

LED matrix module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

Motion sensor module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

Speaker module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

Camera module

Cut from 3mm ABS plastic. Source file can be found here.

3D-printed components

Some parts of the Opsoro system are 3D printed using a hobby-grade 3D printer. We print our parts on Ultimaker 2 machines, but the parts are designed so that they could be printed on most low-end FDM machines. The 3D printed parts usually have some small artifacts, such as stringing and blobs. These can be removed using flush cutters. Holes in 3D printed parts usually require some cleanup as well. Go through the holes with a small drill to clear any debris. Most holes are 3 mm in size, and can be cleaned up using a 3 mm drill.

Eye shell

Printed in white PLA plastic. Source file can be found here.

Eyelid

Printed in white PLA plastic. Source file can be found here.

Pivot beam

Printed in white PLA plastic. Source file can be found here.

Printed circuit boards

LED matrix PCB

Prototype. Source file can be found here.

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