Making a log carving robot

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When I was offered the opportunity to beta test an upcoming robotic arm from Tormach, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it. CNC chainsaws baybeeeeee. Aside from being fundamentally awesome, it is a very interesting software problem. Since I didn't have to build the arm I was able to focus the project and the video on the software challenges of making something like this work. Thank goodness I didn't have to build the arm because the software almost killed me. I can imagine all kinds of next steps for this creation like machining textures with the chainsaw or cutting topiaries. I hope you like it!
Sources:
* Low Polygon Labrador Model: www.thingiverse.com/thing:446787
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  1. Stuff Made Here
    Stuff Made Here
    6 күн мурун

    Hope you enjoy this robot as much as I do 🙂. A big thanks to everyone who helps to make these projects possible through their patreon support. If you'd like to help me make more projects like this (and get more behind the scenes content, an AWESOME discord, livestreams, etc) check out patreon.com/stuffmadehere

    1. Psalms 118:8
      Psalms 118:8
      4 саат мурун

      Where's the log cutting?

    2. Pranav Devarinti
      Pranav Devarinti
      7 саат мурун

      On the gradient ascent problem, this issue actually has a partial solution. Special optimizers like Adam and other momentum-based optimizers can be used to help curtail this issue. See here for some optimizers: ruder.io/optimizing-gradient-descent/

    3. dan hewitt
      dan hewitt
      10 саат мурун

      Please send a styrene dog to the uk for me?

    4. RVingwithG
      RVingwithG
      21 саат мурун

      11:40 it is also called a DEADMAN Switch ...

    5. L.T.C gaming
      L.T.C gaming
      Күн мурун

      Send the lock to the LockPickingLawyer you're very clearly procrastinating Shane

  2. fan zhou
    fan zhou
    16 мүнөт мурун

    Can we use AR?

  3. Francis Schweitzer
    Francis Schweitzer
    20 мүнөт мурун

    Edison called...... he said ... “Stop showing him up”

  4. Jack Ryan
    Jack Ryan
    28 мүнөт мурун

    because your cutting speed is controlled by the CNC you could probably just file off the depth guages on the chainsaw blade

    1. misuyy fong
      misuyy fong
      15 мүнөт мурун

      17:12 shows 19 Celsius

  5. Eliot Somers
    Eliot Somers
    40 мүнөт мурун

    LOL his is girlfriend is SO mad he's smarter and more successful and just nicer and a cooler person. Hahaha what a bitch.

    1. misuyy fong
      misuyy fong
      15 мүнөт мурун

      Math is magic!

  6. tom tommy
    tom tommy
    47 мүнөт мурун

    They literally look related

  7. Tech Maker and Hacker
    Tech Maker and Hacker
    50 мүнөт мурун

    how did you have so much knowledge and skills . what technology didi you used in making this robot it looks really advanced and what programming skills are required to make things you do and how to learn those skills . Can you name few of them .

  8. Alan Rowley
    Alan Rowley
    Саат мурун

    That should say 'log-carving robot'.

  9. Josiah Bower
    Josiah Bower
    Саат мурун

    When it finally worked I almost cried it was so beautiful.

  10. Breno Jansen
    Breno Jansen
    Саат мурун

    What's the tablet he uses to draw? Is that an iPad? And does anybody know what app he uses to make the drawings? Thanks.

  11. fromcaneof
    fromcaneof
    Саат мурун

    Yeah this is really cool but I don't understand any of it

  12. Little_Firby
    Little_Firby
    Саат мурун

    The intro gave me a jump scare, I’m terrified of amber alerts

  13. Andrew Phillips
    Andrew Phillips
    Саат мурун

    Stuff Made Here, Mark Rober and Smarter Every Day need to colab and win the internet.

  14. lajmobile
    lajmobile
    Саат мурун

    Still impress by pool table robot you are very smart.

  15. Andrew Phillips
    Andrew Phillips
    Саат мурун

    Shane puts a staggering amount of work into making terrible ideas amazing.

  16. Matt Tuttle
    Matt Tuttle
    Саат мурун

    Yet another awesome idea and video. Do you ever sleep?

  17. KingMB XJ
    KingMB XJ
    Саат мурун

    2:15 next episode: robot that stabs itself in the face

  18. Jamsekun
    Jamsekun
    2 саат мурун

    Nice shirt at the end

  19. Fat Tony
    Fat Tony
    2 саат мурун

    0:14 Can you appreciate on what this robot say? Robot: Stay back, I will kill you. 😈

  20. Matt B
    Matt B
    2 саат мурун

    Math is magic!

  21. Olaf D.
    Olaf D.
    2 саат мурун

    17:12 shows 19 Celsius

  22. physixger
    physixger
    2 саат мурун

    Code optimization: don't use python in the first place. Makes half an hour out of a week.

  23. Stan's Stickystuff
    Stan's Stickystuff
    2 саат мурун

    It's been quite awhile since I was excited to subscribe to something. SUBSCRIBED!

  24. Dylan S
    Dylan S
    2 саат мурун

    What drawing app is that????? Keep up the good videos

  25. Chika Fujiwara
    Chika Fujiwara
    2 саат мурун

    this is getting into daily dose of the intenet

  26. xHECKx
    xHECKx
    2 саат мурун

    When will we see this robot running you hair cutting software?

  27. Teddy W Gardner
    Teddy W Gardner
    2 саат мурун

    once you fine tune it even fucking more like a part 2 its gonna be so freaking insane!!!

  28. todd herron
    todd herron
    2 саат мурун

    Python is not a good language if you want speed.

  29. Ian Roberts
    Ian Roberts
    3 саат мурун

    you need different chansaw blades depending on if you are going down the length of the log (ripping blade) or across the log (crosscut blade). if you try to rip with a crosscut blade you won't make any progress and you will just sit there and make your chainsaw overheat like you did. also buy a husqvarna

  30. kasper wvg
    kasper wvg
    3 саат мурун

    22:08 this is how boris johnson's dog looks like

  31. jlucasound
    jlucasound
    3 саат мурун

    OK.....

  32. jlucasound
    jlucasound
    3 саат мурун

    Go on.....

  33. tyler hawkins
    tyler hawkins
    3 саат мурун

    u r awesome

  34. Durtman
    Durtman
    3 саат мурун

    That thing you called an "anti kickback" tooth is actually a chip clearing tooth for the sawdust. Around 17:10, it got hot because the teeth on the chain are dull. Cutting dry/cured wood is pretty rough on a chainsaw. It doesn't appear you have any method of supplying oil to the chain which is going to be detrimental to the chain while cutting wood as it needs the lubrication and cooling provided by the oil.

  35. TrailDog
    TrailDog
    3 саат мурун

    Your current software / hardware setup got you to a rough shape, with most of the excess material removed. Phase 2 should be with a different tool (perhaps a drill bit?) and software that will plunge the bit into the material. Perhaps more than one pass with different diameter bits to get the "resolution" better?

  36. Homebrand Fishfood
    Homebrand Fishfood
    3 саат мурун

    Your alert sound is the New Zealand civil defence warning sound

  37. Thibault Spiessens
    Thibault Spiessens
    3 саат мурун

    For the gradient ascent problem: Do like MC simulations? Change each parameter one by one, move them each a random neighboring number if it ascent accept, if it descent accept with a probability, the probability will encode how easiily you'll be stuck at a false maximum at the cost of more computational time.

  38. Chris Pieta
    Chris Pieta
    3 саат мурун

    Loved this one! Never stop creating!

  39. Zeus Jansen G. Lujares
    Zeus Jansen G. Lujares
    3 саат мурун

    Love your videos! If you ever have a "break" time to relax you know, from thinking. Do you mind if you give a tour of your garage, tools and equipment. Your channel is missing that component of showing off your gear. I've seen king of random and hacksmith do it. Of course you are unique cuz you are a one man army. But then again its up to you.

  40. Warren Pegley
    Warren Pegley
    3 саат мурун

    Pitch to Dyson, every home should have one!

  41. Dimitris
    Dimitris
    3 саат мурун

    You 're such an inspiration! What languages you use for programming in most of your projects?

  42. Honest Comments
    Honest Comments
    3 саат мурун

    Planned to be an interesting video, but it is too long and too boring. The end result is no result.

  43. Tsume_Akuma
    Tsume_Akuma
    4 саат мурун

    still waiting for that Lockpickinglawyer collab. . .

  44. john macisaac
    john macisaac
    4 саат мурун

    check out some youtube videos on chainsaw carving more specifically types of chains to use for doing wood carvings not all chains cut same way , thank you for the video

  45. ultra farmer
    ultra farmer
    4 саат мурун

    Old mate is way smarter than I could ever be with the computers, however any tree worker could tell you the problem, sharpen the chain and knock the rakers down she'd cut like a champ then

  46. Jackofallmotards
    Jackofallmotards
    4 саат мурун

    Sharpen the teeth and file down the rakers to just lower than the cutting edge of the teeth

  47. Martijn
    Martijn
    4 саат мурун

    why does your girlfriend always look high af?

  48. Jonathan D
    Jonathan D
    4 саат мурун

    He should just use the Chinese method of problem solving. Step one: Find a company or person who already found a solution to this problem. Step two: Hack said company or person and steal their solution. Step three: Use the stolen solution and pass it off as your own. Step four: Deny that you stole any solution or that you're killing off an ethnic minority living in your country. This is similar to the Russian method of problem solving. Except you poison all of your political rivals instead of killing off ethnic minorities. Secretly you're doing that too but no one yet

  49. Arthur Mario
    Arthur Mario
    4 саат мурун

    Crazy!

  50. E Fields
    E Fields
    4 саат мурун

    Typical millennial, no skills or the will to hone any skills, let’s a machine do a job for him. Total idiot

  51. kevin atkins
    kevin atkins
    4 саат мурун

    As a 5 axis CNC machinist this makes my head hurt. The chainsaw has what they call safety chain. If you grind away the safety kickers , but not the actual depth gauge/rakers you can plunge cut with it just fine. You can also twist the saw in the cut like a screwdriver to make a bowl shape as long as you are taking a very very shallow cut.

  52. Brais F
    Brais F
    4 саат мурун

    14:30 lol I use the same music when I'm studying

  53. Matthew Schellenberg
    Matthew Schellenberg
    4 саат мурун

    You need an assistant

  54. Tasty biscuit
    Tasty biscuit
    4 саат мурун

    I really love your channel and videos but... how do you still have 10 fingers and 2 eyes???

  55. Jason Jase
    Jason Jase
    5 саат мурун

    Dude you are way to smart and have way too much time on your hands

  56. John Bailey
    John Bailey
    5 саат мурун

    $20,000 worth of high end equipment, to make a $4000 carving... for "Free"!

  57. EADN20
    EADN20
    5 саат мурун

    I'm really disappointed I didnt get to see it done in wood

  58. Leon Levstik
    Leon Levstik
    5 саат мурун

    Now being cnc programer once upon a time i know there is software for your robot arm. You need only to describe a tool (chainsaw) and graphicly describe in software what to do. P. S. Cut only with a tip - less Teath in wood less resistance.

  59. Emmanoel Scharf
    Emmanoel Scharf
    5 саат мурун

    Brazilians invocated to this video at 14:30

  60. Joe Clark
    Joe Clark
    5 саат мурун

    The video was amazing, your a super genius/mad scientist or your a computer and you wont be able to read this.

  61. 240sxRule
    240sxRule
    5 саат мурун

    Lmao seeing all that g code printing itself out. Imagine spending hours and hours typing that shit out.

  62. rOssanred
    rOssanred
    5 саат мурун

    at this point it would've been easier to just make a giant 3d printer

  63. Harlan Payne
    Harlan Payne
    5 саат мурун

    Thanks for another great video!

  64. Jack Farris
    Jack Farris
    6 саат мурун

    You should work with the jet pack channel “Gravity Industries” and make a sick jet pack

  65. Michael Hutin
    Michael Hutin
    6 саат мурун

    The tooth on the chainsaw chain you referred to is not 'an anti-kick-back' tooth, it is the guide tooth. It sets the depth the cutting tooth bites into the wood. Chainsaw cutting teeth are more like lots of little wood planes taking shavings, alternating side to side. The guide teeth are like the base of wood plane, and are set at certain cutting depths for different woods, hard or soft wood. Also, as the cutting teeth wear or are sharpened down, the guide teeth have to be filed to keep the cutting depth correct. You are lucky you did not get into a position where the teeth on the chainsaw tip dug-in due to the guide teeth not setting the cutting depth. (Check out some of the videos on here of chainsaw wheels on grinders). The extreme turn of a chainsaw bar tip renders the guide tooth useless for the brief time the chain goes around the tip. That's what kick back is, the teeth digging into the wood more like a chisel than a wood plane. Once the tooth has dug into the wood so far, the chain motion then sends the chainsaw in the opposite direction. If this had happened while you were cutting the wooden block, you may have damaged your robot arm.

  66. David Vivsik
    David Vivsik
    6 саат мурун

    3:25 The password is twerk Me: Ah, a fellow man of culture 😌 🤌

  67. Wum Wum
    Wum Wum
    6 саат мурун

    that warning sticker was placed in with after effects you can't fool me

  68. Jondidwhat
    Jondidwhat
    6 саат мурун

    what is the device on your desk. far-right side with the big round purple bottom? time stamp at 16:05

  69. Sean Bullis
    Sean Bullis
    6 саат мурун

    "I caught the perpetrator red handed... And it was me." I'm studying Electrical engineering and this resonates too much

  70. noel whyte
    noel whyte
    6 саат мурун

    King dude dog

  71. David Šec
    David Šec
    6 саат мурун

    You can try to use grinder instead of chainsaw to prevent chain overheating.

  72. KoalaTea Guy
    KoalaTea Guy
    6 саат мурун

    I love your content and following along with your problem solving process. Keep up the great work!

  73. Bastian Holley
    Bastian Holley
    6 саат мурун

    Congrats, you made a death machine

  74. Tokebak
    Tokebak
    6 саат мурун

    do I understand ? nope.. am I entertained ? yes

  75. Mr BoJangles78
    Mr BoJangles78
    7 саат мурун

    This would be perfect for a chokepoint in the zombie apocalypse!

  76. P100
    P100
    7 саат мурун

    I think you should model your robot and do realtime simulation where you can predict wether chainsaw is gonna it robot inverse kinematics

  77. Miguel G
    Miguel G
    7 саат мурун

    Those robot arms are scary strong.

  78. Logan Kennedy
    Logan Kennedy
    7 саат мурун

    One of the ways that you can avoid reaching false summits is using a lagrangian with any closed curve domain. Then you can compute all of the maxima and find the global maximum in the closed domain.

  79. Midori Schaaf
    Midori Schaaf
    7 саат мурун

    "There is a finite amount of ways to screw it up." Hahahahahahahahahaha

  80. _Joshua _G59_
    _Joshua _G59_
    7 саат мурун

    You make me want an Apple Pencil.

  81. P100
    P100
    7 саат мурун

    make tree planter instead of this 😞

  82. Rachel Stephen
    Rachel Stephen
    7 саат мурун

    awesome video I love your content!

  83. Himehimelegolego
    Himehimelegolego
    7 саат мурун

    Oh I have a way easier way Make a robot to make it

  84. Chris Banana
    Chris Banana
    7 саат мурун

    Also that robot could pay for itself too! Assuming the robot was 25-50k, we will just guess 50k. Mass printing bears for 250-500$, say 350$ each, you only need to print and sell 145~ of them!

  85. Chris Banana
    Chris Banana
    7 саат мурун

    Basically just need another smaller robot to handle the finer cuts.

  86. Antony Fuentes Navarro
    Antony Fuentes Navarro
    8 саат мурун

    What's the software that you use on your tablet?

  87. Cseh Ferenc
    Cseh Ferenc
    8 саат мурун

    I love how Wife reads "planning algorithms" at the start. Speaking of which, is she actually interested in that kinda stuff?

  88. Andrew King
    Andrew King
    8 саат мурун

    Me a few weeks ago - "Hey this is souch a friendly and educational channel. An exlosive bat here and there but noting too serious." Me now - "Holy mother of nature what is this?!?!?! ... ... this is cool!"

  89. Alan Wordley
    Alan Wordley
    8 саат мурун

    Wood carver on a mini grinder.

  90. Daniel Peretz
    Daniel Peretz
    8 саат мурун

    "There is a finite number of ways to screw it up. So you will eventually finish."

  91. cmac
    cmac
    8 саат мурун

    i bet sheets of plywood wood work better than the log

  92. Bubba Kushington
    Bubba Kushington
    8 саат мурун

    Man watching these videos make me feel so lazy and stupid but at least I'm entertained lol.

  93. jonki leshi
    jonki leshi
    8 саат мурун

    The belligerent vase acutely clip because structure nutritionally box below a devilish passive. obese, adjoining flood

  94. Slurp Purp
    Slurp Purp
    8 саат мурун

    Man if you can get that to cut into wood you'd have a money printing machine

  95. Alex
    Alex
    8 саат мурун

    Marble sculptor assistants are shaking rn

  96. Lars VanKessel
    Lars VanKessel
    8 саат мурун

    What a great idea. I think the best way to make the path file, would be to create a virtual log, and a virtual chainsaw, and then carve it out first virtually, saving each "good" cut to the path file. This could be done even better by having an actual wood carver help you create this file. Doing it this way, you would be able to better mimic actual wood carvers who first carve large pieces off the initial log before going to carving details, it looked like you were going for the details too early. This is a wicked cool project and I would love to see more work done on it.

  97. Nikhil Garg
    Nikhil Garg
    9 саат мурун

    Can I get the code you used?

    1. Nikhil Garg
      Nikhil Garg
      9 саат мурун

      For reference I mean. To study

  98. Dsl Dsl
    Dsl Dsl
    9 саат мурун

    4:48 what is the name of the software ?

  99. Nikhil Garg
    Nikhil Garg
    9 саат мурун

    Hill Algorithm has 2 limitations. Pseudo Highest point you faced and other one is a plateau. 🙂

    1. laskin riubn
      laskin riubn
      9 саат мурун

      Boris Dogson

  100. maximusboscus
    maximusboscus
    9 саат мурун

    Can I just come to your house, take a chair and watch how you work? Just for fun and out of curiosity. I'll bring along my popcorn.

    1. laskin riubn
      laskin riubn
      9 саат мурун

      I am sure you would cut a perfect bear if you didnt use that chainsaw as a tool :) drill would do much better job.....