Dusty: Printing Bump Sensors

Dusty will need some sort of bump sensors if he is going to roam around the Aviation Village floor. Here I'm 3D printing a prototype bump switch assembly. A 3D printer is an invaluable tool for creating robotics parts.

I have a Monoprice Mini Select V1 printer. It can be a pain in the butt but it was cheap (<$200) and I've had a lot of success with it. It does have a small build area (120mm x 120mm). I would not recommend it for a novice though. Newer versions of this printer are much better.