Abstract Toaster Concepts

Abstract Toaster Concepts

  • Toaster3

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    2013/11/19

  • Wrapping_coil_render

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    2013/11/19

  • Heartbeatcoil2

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    2013/11/19

  • Heartbeatcoilsrender

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    2013/11/19

  • Heartbeatcoils

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    2013/11/19

Description
I've seen a few toasters concepts that experiment with making it super easy to see how fast your toast is toasting. I took a crack at doing a super minimalist toaster concept where the bread is exposed just around the coil. I did the experiment to test out some of the new 3D sketching capabilities in Fusion 360. Taylor and I will be going over what we found in our next Fusion 360 Hangout! http://forums.autodesk.com/t5/Design-Differently/Fusion-360-Hangout-Tuesday-Focus-on-Sketching-Nov-19/ba-p/4633189
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User_x176

I love this idea i would totally use the waveform toaster

over 3 years ago
X176

Totally! Just precisely bend the wires and you're there. The only concern after that is proper heat distribution (and the whole exposed electric coil thing)

over 3 years ago
User_x176

Your last diagram is getting more interesting and in fact it is like getting into "Wave Motion" to toast the bread. In fact that could be modeled into a real manufacturing scheme.

over 3 years ago
X176

Hahaha @Kingson… "Finger Saving" :)

over 3 years ago
User_x176

Hi guys, you might want to consider using "Infrared" emitting diodes or elements instead. Then it might cool down faster if you just make the elements emitting to the direction of the bread. When the bread is ready, just take them out the old fashion way: "A Thumb and a Finger Technique". Can be battery operated as well. "Space saving; Cost Saving; Environmental Saving and Finger Saving!"

over 3 years ago
X176

Ray tracing turned on, with the coil's visual material set to a red LED will create a nice glow. Had to drop the bread's outer decal opacity down to ~80% for it to glow!

over 3 years ago
User_x176

How did you do this? You set those visual settings in Fusion?

over 3 years ago
X176

Excellent points Kingson. I've given no thought to the power source, or the viability of the heating coils themselves. The diameter is comparable to a stove coil. i have some concepts with thinner coils which would heat up quicker. I think the next things for me to consider are functional related. Haven't yet figured out how to get the toast out…
Join me in making kitchen safety a thing of the past!

over 3 years ago
X176

Who doesn't want to drop the bass on their toast in the morning? While I may burn a couple fingers, I don't see a single slice of burnt toast in my future!

over 3 years ago
User_x176

I think you also have to work on the power source. And the heating elements. You might want to explore the materials available for such machines and make a working model.

over 3 years ago
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Mike Aubry
Lake Oswego, Oregon, United States of America

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