Want to print your parts in other colors? Make it taller? Add more knobs? Sensory Bridge is Open Source Hardware under the CERN-OHL-W-2.0 License, and anything you need to know about its internal parts can be found below.
Sensory Bridge is printed in Galaxy Black PLA by Prusa Research, at a 0.2mm layer height.
|Shell (Sensory Bridge)
Sensory Bridge uses M3 screws and nuts to stay together:
|M3 Screw (6mm)
|M3 Screw (12mm)
The M3 nuts friction-fit with their plastic counterparts inside Sensory Bridge, and can be nearly impossible to remove without re-printing the whole shell. Make sure to buy some spares for experimentation.
Four self-adhesive rubber feet in a 20mm*20mm square size give it grip:
Sensory Bridge was certified by the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) with UID US002125 on September 15, 2022.
Sensory Bridge and its accessory circuit boards are designed in EAGLE. There’s a free version of EAGLE that you can download here which should allow full editing of Sensory Bridge files within its board size and layer limitations.