I sometimes think that honeydo points get harder to come by the older you get.. lol , but yes, she's happy so far.
But its a 3 week wait for the granite counterto
p she wanted.. so Ill post a pic after thats in.. I basically shoehorne
d a kitchen
in the closet sized space we call a kitchen.. So instead of normal cabinets, they are all sliding racks to hold all her stuff, racks slide out
from the bases, or rotate out of the blind corner..t
hen slide out for access. The whole point of all this was simply to take the requirmen
bending over out of the equation of cooking, so it aint fancy, just real functiona
I agree, I think a general solution has facinatin
ties.. I suspect its the error checking thats hard to ensure no bend in the given curve
violates the capabilit
y of a gear of the prescribe
d module from rolling in it.. To me, its all about the rolling.. current elliptica
ls, though they work,
do not do pure rolling at times due to the varying pressure angle of the elliptica
l motion. Using derivitiv
es of curvature may make strange looking
teeth at times, but those teeth shoudl create a pure rolling mesh. Current elliptica
ls see this as a discontin
uity of the torque required to roll them.
A properly designed elliptica
l gear would have a more continous or sinusoida
l torque requireme
nt, just as the halfcircl
e thing I just posted about.. high frequency
spikes in the torque curve is symptomat
ic of bad mesh caused by shape changes in the original curve.. Circles work great, but I think we need something new
if we wish to consider non-circular shapes properly.
. not that elliptica
ls run bad.. but they could be better..