Friday Hacks #231, October 28: Prototyping a (tile grouting) robot at home on a budget and Common Pitfalls in Computer Vision Projects
Posted on by Shen Yi Hong
Food 🍕 will be served!
If you are unable to come join us physically, you are welcome to join us online!
1) Prototyping a (tile grouting) robot at home on a budget
Hardware doesn’t have to involve huge capital investments. A decent Ender 3 costs just over $200, a soldering station costs $40, a bench drill costs over $100, and online shopping is your good friend. This workshop will show how we build our robot from ground up, explaining how our various mechanical components come together. Fabrication techniques that we would cover include 3D printing (PLA and PVA Filament), 3D printing troubleshooting, angle grinding, soldering, rework, using inserts, covering various mechanical components (such as stepper motor and threaded rod).
Keefe Wayne Teo, Co-Founder (COO & CFO) of (Fabrica.ai)
- Engineering Degree from the University of Cambridge
- Ex-President of Hackbridge.io, a Cambridge Student Society that runs technical side projects to boost Cambridge’s Entrepreneurial Culture
- 2 Research journal publications, 100+ citations, 4 Research Papers
- Ex-Entrepreneur First Analyst, Business Development in Bright Kids and Gain City
2) Common Pitfalls in Computer Vision Projects
Explore the most common, systematic mistakes in Computer Vision with real examples incorrectly trained during the talk. Remedies incouded!
Ronald Luc, Co-Founder (CTO) of (Fabrica.ai)
- Math and CS Degree from Masaryk University, teaching assistant Neural Networks course; oversaw 4 deep learning theses
- Talk at WeAreDevelopers Congress Vienna for 400+ attendees; won TechFest Munich
- 5 years of work experience creating 8 end-to-end ML solutions