Roof ridge windmill development
May 27, 2018
The roof ridge windmill can be made in a horizontal and vertical principle.
Both types are currently in the design / prototype face.
Designing these windmills is an excellent study object.
Pupils of the Technacium of Helen Parkhurst have taken on a part of this project.
They are studying the type of windmill and are working on it.
The windmill will fit into a standard frame.
These standard frames will be determined by the FFABW and will be approximately 90 x 55 x 30 cm.
The frames can be easily coupled.
Fit pieces make it run through the entire roof ridge.
There is also a shield against flying birds.
There is a sloping roof and it connects with the existing roof covering.
In a frame, 1 horizontal or several vertical windmills can turn.
The windmill module is easily exchangeable.
Cookies & Privacy
May 7, 2018
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First 3D print results new printer fablab
April 16, 2018
The first results, a vertical vane shaft for a small windmill, looks very promising.
The photos show a first proof print.
April 13, 2018
The fablab has, thanks to the donors, been able to realize an expansion with the 3D printers.
This 3D printer can print larger models and parts and is therefore a welcome addition to the fablab.
Introduction workshop 3D drawing & 3D printing
April 13, 2018
For people with some knowledge and experience with the PC and interest in 3D
What can you expect in a workshop?
- Explain how 3D drawings are made and which programs are available, with the possibility to try something
- Which steps are taken to make data from a 3D drawing
- >General knowledge of 3D printers
- Print a 3D model
Date 21 April 2018. Place fablab Steiger 24 Almere. Costs € 10, - maximum 8 participants/p>
Start 1:00 duration about 1:30
Afterwards, work can continue on the available PCs until 17:00
Open day Steiger24
April 10, 2018
The next open day of Steiger24 where you can also visit the fablab of the FFABW is on April 21, 2019
The fablab and Steiger24 are on Steiger 24 in Almere-Haven
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR is coming
March 15, 2018
The FFABW must also comply with this.
We also want to use Google's analytics to analyze the use of our website. With this data we want to make the website better. That means that we have to use "Cookies". We therefore ask you to accept the Cookies from the ffabw.org site.
This means that the necessary additional work will be done on the website.
The FFABW wants to comply with the imposed rules and does its utmost to achieve this.
We are also working on a new Cookies & Privacy page where everything is explained.
The site has been renewed
February 24, 2018
The FFABW hopes that the site is now more accessible and understandable.
An informative site has a different function as a commercial site. This does not alter the fact that the information must be accessible to everyone and therefore work to improve that. Anyone who wants to use this knowledge through free Open-Source licenses must be able to understand it.
February 21, 2018
On 17 February there was the open day of Steiger24. Visitors could get in touch with the sustainable makers there. The visit to the fablab was above expectations.
The next open day is on 24 March 2018. You can also visit us at De Steiger 24 in Almere-Haven Netherlands between 11:00 and 16:00. You are welcome.
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