Any Hive trisdekanian (sounds better than “any drone” ; ) ) able to drill, cut and assemble ( I’m guessing “weld”) the metal frame for the Hive skills demonstrator (a.k.a. “Apiary”)?
The box needs a frame as follows:
3/4" square channel 7 1/2" (left and right “stiles”) x 14 1/4" (top “rail”); these are the external measurements for the frame.
The bottom rail of the frame is 3/4" angle iron, with the 2 sides facing up (toward the 3/4" square channel top rail) & forward.
The bottom rail fits in between the two stiles, flush with the front surface and with the bottom of the stiles.
Holes for the 1/8" diameter “moving logo” mounting rods should be located at 1 7/8" from each inner stile surface, and 4 7/8" from same,
for a total of 4 holes in the down-facing surface of the square channel rail, and 4 matching holes in the up-facing surface of the angle iron rail.
If anyone has an idea on how to mount the “moving logo” rods, let me know. I believe some sort of bearings might be useful to keep the rods
upright, centered, and easily mobile as they are rotated about their long axis.