Ferrofluid Sculpture: Fabrication Timeline

Fortunately, my project does not involve too much machining. I will be able to get away with a few laser cuts and 3D printed parts. The only complicated fabrication piece will be cutting the glass encasing. Below is a layout of my current schedule for fabrication and assembly.

14 February – Acquire and test ferrofluid behavior

21 February – Preliminary Design complete

7 March – Small prototype built

13 March – Final design complete

20 March – Acquire materials

27 March – Cut and prepare glass

4 April – Assemble and test glass casing

9 April – All parts machined

12 April – Final Project assembled

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