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Helpers

  • Inspiration
  • word Doc Pictogram voting delete.svg
  • wiki Error 1.svg
    • install Pictogram resolved.svg
    • allow uploads Pictogram resolved.svg
  • Foamcore mockup Pictogram voting comment.svg
  • Illustrator Diagrams
    • take old interior to new profile Pictogram resolved.svg
    • resize based on wall dimensions Pictogram voting empty green.svg
    • add stove/cooler Pictogram voting empty green.svg

Questions/Next Steps

  • Frame construction:
    • Wall thickness to determine frame width (DONE)
    • What shape of steel? (DONE)
    • Get ball measurement (DONE)
    • Figure out angle for a-frame coupler attachment (DONE)
    • etc
  • Foamcore mockup:
    • Footwell: Did the changes to the design when making the .ai shrink the legroom too much?
    • Footwell: Do we want a shoe-shelf? Full width or just side triangles?
    • Headboard: What to do with the headboard? Play with designs.
  • Foamcore construction:
    • Start getting Foamcore from SCRAP (pay attention to thickness) Pictogram resolved.svg
    • Get a final set of measurements Pictogram resolved.svg
    • Take foamcore to Am Steel to start building in the space (and see how we fit)
    • we should probably set a date
  • next steps:
    • add bolt locations to diagrams


Trailer

Diagrams

Exterior

Frame

Base

  • 108" x 56" plywood, made from 2 5x5' sheets of 1/2" thick plywood. Framed underneath with 1x2, 1x3, 1x4 birch(?).
  • 1x4" piece to help join the 2 pieces of plywood.
  • 1x3" piece to span the mid-back which has no frame piece below.
  • 1x2" pieces frame the rest.
  • Grooves cut in middle framing pieces for the running lights.
  • Bottom covered by roofing asphalt.
    • UPDATE 7/26/16 mounted led strip on underside of base with 1/2" clips and 1/2" flathead screws

Walls

  • Side Walls
    • 1/4 outside plywood, 3/4th framing & insulating board, 1/4 interior (Birch?) plywood
  • Roofwall
  • Fenders? (SEE FRAME)

Skin

  • Kynar Coated Sheet
    • RMS Metals in San Jose 408-295-0911
      • Have an order on hold with them for 3ct 4'x9' 24ga silver metallic, 1ct 4'x11' 24ga silver metallic
  • Aluminum
    • Sheet metal in east bay: [1] or [2] or [3] (none of these are vetted, i'm just looking things up.
    • Aluminum vs Kynar coat - weight, availability, width! I can't find Kynar coated sheet wider than 4' which makes skinning the top a bitch! Using magnets would be cool, but it's not that deep. Likely going with aluminum for ease of skinning.
  • llll design
    • Toastmaster logo: [4] and [5]

Hatch

  • How to hold open?

Doors

  • shape
  • location
  • construction
  • Latches (flush or sticking out?)
  • Windows (crank v slide)

Front Box

Accessory Mounting/Storage

  • table mounts and storage
  • spare tire

Interior

  • Cabin color based on dark brown stain on the plywood. Have already tested taking propane torch to wood for a true burnt look, but control was somewhat hard and just more pleased with overall the stained look.
  • Clock somewhere in head or foot. (Stereo?)
  • Stereo in Head (or Foot?)
  • Speakers in Head (or Foot?) and Kitchen.


Head

Main challenge is getting some sort of cabinet door that is sturdy enough.

Foot

Consider mini shelf down below for shoes, etc. Green soft-boxes we currently use for clothes are 10.5 x 10.5 x 11" tall (give or take, they're soft).

Kitchen

Note: Standard countertop height = 36" Ground to underside of frame = 15.775" Current height of galley bottom storage = 19.75" This puts us at 35.5" for galley counter height. (yay!)

Textiles

Toast/Butter/Jelly theme: Jelly colored pillow cases with dark brown comforter cover.

  • I'd like to go with circuitry theme. -Courtney

Electrical