PocketQube Page

Update, 15-April-2016: Page creation to hold design files

[Under Construction]Under construction. Revised: 04/24/16.
This page will be updated from time to time.

The S4 program, Small Satellites for Secondary Students uses hardware based on the PocketQube picosatellite format.  I was asked to come up with a 3D printed model.  The designs are based on the design by Professor Bob Twiggs, co-inventor of the CubeSat.  I modified the design to be slightly narrower so they will slip into a rocket 75mm airframe section. Typically PML coupler tubing, ID 2.88".

Here's the 2016 proposal

PocketQubes

Basically a 50mmx50mmx50mm cube.

PocketQube 1P - 50mm x 50mm x 50mm

SketchUp files
1P Base
1P Base 10x
1P Top (solid)
1p Top (solid) 10x
1P Top (skeleton)
1P Top (skeleton) 10x

STL Files
1P Base
1P Top (solid)
1P Top (skeleton)

PocketQube 1.5P

SketchUp files
1.5P Base
1.5P Base 10x
1.5P Top (solid)
1.5p Top (solid) 10x
1.5P Top (skeleton)
1.5P Top (skeleton) 10x

STL Files
1.5P Base
1.5P Top (solid)
1.5P Top (skeleton)

PocketQube 2P

SketchUp files
2P Base
2P Base 10x
2P Top (solid)
2p Top (solid) 10x
2P Top (skeleton)
2P Top (skeleton) 10x

STL Files
2P Base
2P Top (solid)
2P Top (skeleton)

[Under Construction]Under construction. Revised: 04/24/16.
This page will be updated from time to time.
 

Revised: 04/24/16.

 

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