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  • Here are more renders of my project.

    Here you see the ribbing I added to the gear box.Here you see the ribbing I added to the gear box.View of the electric motorView of the electric motorView of the gears inside the gear box as well as a good view of the motorView of the gears inside the gear box as well as a good view of the motorAnother view showing the outside casingAnother view showing the outside casingClose up of the axle showcasing the back of the motor and the final gears of the gear box. The material assigned to the casing is a slightly tinted glass.Close up of the axle showcasing the back of the motor and the final gears of the gear box. The material assigned to the casing is a slightly tinted glass.Extreme close up of the insides of the gear box.Extreme close up of the insides of the gear box.

    RC MOA Axle

    Dreamer

    Here are more renders of my project.

    Here you see the ribbing I added to the gear box.Here you see the ribbing I added to the gear box.View of the electric motorView of the electric motorView of the gears inside the gear box as well as a good view of the motorView of the gears inside the gear box as well as a good view of the motorAnother view showing the outside casingAnother view showing the outside casingClose up of the axle showcasing the back of the motor and the final gears of the gear box. The material assigned to the casing is a slightly tinted glass.Close up of the axle showcasing the back of the motor and the final gears of the gear box. The material assigned to the casing is a slightly tinted glass.Extreme close up of the insides of the gear box.Extreme close up of the insides of the gear box.

  • Hello, my name is Jacob Price and I am studying to become a mechanical engineer at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. This is my project for my CAD class I had this semester. We were assigned two major projects this year and the second one was of our own choice. I chose to model the rear axle of a remote controlled rock crawler that I own and have competed with. MOA stands for motor-on-axle which as you can see in the render there is an electric motor mounted to the axle. I was able to completely disassemble the axle and measure every part with a set of calipers, which was extremely helpful in keeping interferences at bay. This project has taught me a lot about the different functions and features of Solid Edge and Keyshot. I hope you enjoy my render as much as I do.

     

    Thank you

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    RC MOA Axle

    Dreamer

    Hello, my name is Jacob Price and I am studying to become a mechanical engineer at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. This is my project for my CAD class I had this semester. We were assigned two major projects this year and the second one was of our own choice. I chose to model the rear axle of a remote controlled rock crawler that I own and have competed with. MOA stands for motor-on-axle which as you can see in the render there is an electric motor mounted to the axle. I was able to completely disassemble the axle and measure every part with a set of calipers, which was extremely helpful in keeping interferences at bay. This project has taught me a lot about the different functions and features of Solid Edge and Keyshot. I hope you enjoy my render as much as I do.

     

    Thank you

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  • This is an oboe, which is a double reeded musical instrument. It was modeled primarily using the Part-in-Place function in SolidEdge ST9. Each rod of keys was based on parrellel planes and interpart connections. Dimensions were based on my actual Fox Rendard 440 oboe. I am a second year student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville studying aerospace engineering with a minor in music. The keys are actually functional in animation and move the proper levers and subkeys with single motors. 

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    Oboe I Didn't

    Dreamer

    This is an oboe, which is a double reeded musical instrument. It was modeled primarily using the Part-in-Place function in SolidEdge ST9. Each rod of keys was based on parrellel planes and interpart connections. Dimensions were based on my actual Fox Rendard 440 oboe. I am a second year student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville studying aerospace engineering with a minor in music. The keys are actually functional in animation and move the proper levers and subkeys with single motors. 

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  • Saunders_PanzerA4_Render.10.jpgSaunders_PanzerA4_Render.16.jpgSaunders_PanzerA4_Render.20.jpgHello everyone, my name is Mathew Saunders and I am currently a sophomore aerospace engineering major at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I designed this quadcopter as one of my first projects fully understanding a 3D modeling software. This design was done completely from scratch but is drawn to scale. The color scheme and reflections were difficult to get to work together because of the way the shell is shaped. But for the most part the colors worked well together. 

    Panzer A4

    Dreamer

    Saunders_PanzerA4_Render.10.jpgSaunders_PanzerA4_Render.16.jpgSaunders_PanzerA4_Render.20.jpgHello everyone, my name is Mathew Saunders and I am currently a sophomore aerospace engineering major at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I designed this quadcopter as one of my first projects fully understanding a 3D modeling software. This design was done completely from scratch but is drawn to scale. The color scheme and reflections were difficult to get to work together because of the way the shell is shaped. But for the most part the colors worked well together. 

  • My name is Ryan Knowling and I am a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.  I modeled a Inline-Six reciprocating internal combustion engine for my Intro to Computational Tools (CAD) class.  I wanted to model an inline-six engine because of my interest in cars and appreciation of all the engineering that goes into them.  My favorite part of the model was getting the valve springs to compress as the valves lift during motor simulation.

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    Six-Pack

    Dreamer

    My name is Ryan Knowling and I am a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.  I modeled a Inline-Six reciprocating internal combustion engine for my Intro to Computational Tools (CAD) class.  I wanted to model an inline-six engine because of my interest in cars and appreciation of all the engineering that goes into them.  My favorite part of the model was getting the valve springs to compress as the valves lift during motor simulation.

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  • Greetings, my name is Brady Richardson.

     

    I am currently a mechanical engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. For my final project in my MAE 211 class (Intro to Computational Tools) I recreated a 1/48 scale model of a Panzer III tank. I chose a tank for my project beacuse I love history, espicially the history of military vechicles and equipment. I also hope to work for a defense contractor in Huntsville, possibly Redstone Arsenal. One of the most frustrating and fuflling parts to design were the treads of the tank. I managed to reach a state were the treads move in a realistic path, and without interfering with the wheels. I included two renders created in Keyshot, as well as a youtube video of my treads in motion.Panzer_III.7.jpgPanzer_III.13.jpg

    2017 December Winner - Panzerkampfwagen III Ausf. L

    Dreamer

    Greetings, my name is Brady Richardson.

     

    I am currently a mechanical engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. For my final project in my MAE 211 class (Intro to Computational Tools) I recreated a 1/48 scale model of a Panzer III tank. I chose a tank for my project beacuse I love history, espicially the history of military vechicles and equipment. I also hope to work for a defense contractor in Huntsville, possibly Redstone Arsenal. One of the most frustrating and fuflling parts to design were the treads of the tank. I managed to reach a state were the treads move in a realistic path, and without interfering with the wheels. I included two renders created in Keyshot, as well as a youtube video of my treads in motion.Panzer_III.7.jpgPanzer_III.13.jpg

  • Hello! My name is Zachary Horton and I study Aerospace Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. These are renderings of a rocket I created for a CAD project. The rocket is not an exact replica, but is modeled after SpaceX's Falcon 9.

     

    Enjoy!

     

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    Another Rocket

    Dreamer

    Hello! My name is Zachary Horton and I study Aerospace Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. These are renderings of a rocket I created for a CAD project. The rocket is not an exact replica, but is modeled after SpaceX's Falcon 9.

     

    Enjoy!

     

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  • Hello! My name is Sarah Dabbs, and I am a sophomore aerospace engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. As a project for my class Intro to Computational Tools, I created this Solid Edge model, an adaptation of the Bubble Ship from the movie Oblivion. Daniel Simon, an artist working on the movie, originally created the Bubble Ship based on inpiration from a common dragonfly. I as an aerospace student have been fascinated with Simon's design for years, and I loved the opportunity to study it in detail while also learning to use Solid Edge. The project was a lot of fun, and I hope you find the Bubble Ship as beautiful as I do. Bubble ShipBubble ShipBubble Ship Back ViewBubble Ship Back ViewBubble Ship Front ViewBubble Ship Front View

    The Bubble Ship

    Dreamer

    Hello! My name is Sarah Dabbs, and I am a sophomore aerospace engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. As a project for my class Intro to Computational Tools, I created this Solid Edge model, an adaptation of the Bubble Ship from the movie Oblivion. Daniel Simon, an artist working on the movie, originally created the Bubble Ship based on inpiration from a common dragonfly. I as an aerospace student have been fascinated with Simon's design for years, and I loved the opportunity to study it in detail while also learning to use Solid Edge. The project was a lot of fun, and I hope you find the Bubble Ship as beautiful as I do. Bubble ShipBubble ShipBubble Ship Back ViewBubble Ship Back ViewBubble Ship Front ViewBubble Ship Front View

  • Hello, my name is Hannah Smith, and I am an Industrial & Systems Engineering student at the University of Alabama Huntsville. For my CAD project (Solid Edge), I made this unusual-looking WWII plane. I used two of my brother's models, two of his books, various internet images, various Youtube videos, and my own simplifications and imagination to design it. The color scheme is based on that of the models, and I decided to use the metallic color because it looked neat. This render is from a CAD model slightly different from the one that I submitted for class. I've also uploaded the saved video of the Solid Edge animation of the retractable landing gear - just because I am so excited that I got it to work! Smiley Very Happy

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    (view in My Videos)
     

    Corsair Model

    Dreamer

    Hello, my name is Hannah Smith, and I am an Industrial & Systems Engineering student at the University of Alabama Huntsville. For my CAD project (Solid Edge), I made this unusual-looking WWII plane. I used two of my brother's models, two of his books, various internet images, various Youtube videos, and my own simplifications and imagination to design it. The color scheme is based on that of the models, and I decided to use the metallic color because it looked neat. This render is from a CAD model slightly different from the one that I submitted for class. I've also uploaded the saved video of the Solid Edge animation of the retractable landing gear - just because I am so excited that I got it to work! Smiley Very Happy

    Smith_Corsair_contest_render.jpg

    (view in My Videos)
     

  • My name is Brennan Harris and I am a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I designed a tank based off of an M1-Abrams for my MAE 211 class. I designed a tank because I desire to work for a defense contractor in Huntsville upon graduation. I put elephants on the turret because I am a huge Alabama fan and I think a charging elephant well represents an Abrams. One of my favorite parts to design on the project was the smoke grenade tubes on the sides of the Turret.harris_abrams_desertsandcamo.14.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.15.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.24.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.18.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.22.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.20.jpg

    Pachytank - (Pachyderm Tank)

    Enthusiast

    My name is Brennan Harris and I am a Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. I designed a tank based off of an M1-Abrams for my MAE 211 class. I designed a tank because I desire to work for a defense contractor in Huntsville upon graduation. I put elephants on the turret because I am a huge Alabama fan and I think a charging elephant well represents an Abrams. One of my favorite parts to design on the project was the smoke grenade tubes on the sides of the Turret.harris_abrams_desertsandcamo.14.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.15.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.24.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.18.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.22.jpgharris_abrams_desertsandcamo.20.jpg

  • Greetings, 

     

    My name is Zac Nunley and I am a sophomore studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. This semester, I designed a Pflueger Spinning Reel for my Computer-Aided Design class. I modeled it after my own that I use regularly throughout the year. The project required us to create an assembly, motor simulation, and rendering of a product of our choosing. The model I created included gears with relationships that moved several parts in at least five different axes. Thank you for the opportunity to share my design with the SIEMENS community. Happy Holidays!key353.5.jpg  

    Catch of the Day

    Dreamer

    Greetings, 

     

    My name is Zac Nunley and I am a sophomore studying Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. This semester, I designed a Pflueger Spinning Reel for my Computer-Aided Design class. I modeled it after my own that I use regularly throughout the year. The project required us to create an assembly, motor simulation, and rendering of a product of our choosing. The model I created included gears with relationships that moved several parts in at least five different axes. Thank you for the opportunity to share my design with the SIEMENS community. Happy Holidays!key353.5.jpg  

  • Windup skeleton pocketwatch created in Solid Edge ST9 and rendered with Keyshot at the University of Alabama Huntsville.

    Skeleton Timepiece

    Dreamer

    Windup skeleton pocketwatch created in Solid Edge ST9 and rendered with Keyshot at the University of Alabama Huntsville.

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    Hello, my name is Jares,

     

    The image is of what is considered a Sisyphean Automaton, an automaton being a moving mechanical device made in imitation of a human being and Sisyphean as despite the fact that he is pusing the boulder and it never actually going anywhere. It is also meant to be a depiction of Sisyphus in Tartarus pushing the boulder up the mountain for eternity.

     

    The model was created as part of the University of Alabama in Huntsville's Intro to Computational Tools course to design something with a motor that moves at least 5 parts. I chose to make this automaton as I greatly enjoy machines whose entire intent is to have a net change of zero, such as the useless machine, or in this case, a Sisyphean Automaton. The original Lego mechanism is by JK brickworks and was adapted by myself to better fit my creative vision. Minor changes were made to the mechanism for slightly better motion and there was a redisign of the case itself.

     

    The model takes heavy influence from Greek mythology of Tartarus and depicts King Sisyphus pushing the boulder, the wheel of King Ixion, and a scene of the pond and tree of King Tantalus. There is also a plaque on Sisyphus' right that is a brief description of Tartarus itself. The model is a fully functioning device with 70 parts, 45 being unique and 48 moving. The entirety of the mechanism is powered by a motor on King Ixion's wheel. 

     

    You can see the motion here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYZn1R3zHmc

     

    As for the design of the case itself, I wanted it to be something that would be something I wouldn't mind having on a coffee table in my dorm. Being someone who is drawn to the woodgrain of 70's and 80's I chose a wooden aesthetic with a gold accent on the plaques. The wall was made glass as to make it possible to see the mechanism. I also wanted the overall design to be simple and not overly ornate as excessive ornamentation distracts from other details. 

     

    I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my (as always) excessive description.

    The Sisyphean Automaton

    Enthusiast

    Doverspike_RenderedImage.jpg 

     Closeup.jpg

    Hello, my name is Jares,

     

    The image is of what is considered a Sisyphean Automaton, an automaton being a moving mechanical device made in imitation of a human being and Sisyphean as despite the fact that he is pusing the boulder and it never actually going anywhere. It is also meant to be a depiction of Sisyphus in Tartarus pushing the boulder up the mountain for eternity.

     

    The model was created as part of the University of Alabama in Huntsville's Intro to Computational Tools course to design something with a motor that moves at least 5 parts. I chose to make this automaton as I greatly enjoy machines whose entire intent is to have a net change of zero, such as the useless machine, or in this case, a Sisyphean Automaton. The original Lego mechanism is by JK brickworks and was adapted by myself to better fit my creative vision. Minor changes were made to the mechanism for slightly better motion and there was a redisign of the case itself.

     

    The model takes heavy influence from Greek mythology of Tartarus and depicts King Sisyphus pushing the boulder, the wheel of King Ixion, and a scene of the pond and tree of King Tantalus. There is also a plaque on Sisyphus' right that is a brief description of Tartarus itself. The model is a fully functioning device with 70 parts, 45 being unique and 48 moving. The entirety of the mechanism is powered by a motor on King Ixion's wheel. 

     

    You can see the motion here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YYZn1R3zHmc

     

    As for the design of the case itself, I wanted it to be something that would be something I wouldn't mind having on a coffee table in my dorm. Being someone who is drawn to the woodgrain of 70's and 80's I chose a wooden aesthetic with a gold accent on the plaques. The wall was made glass as to make it possible to see the mechanism. I also wanted the overall design to be simple and not overly ornate as excessive ornamentation distracts from other details. 

     

    I would like to thank you for taking the time to read my (as always) excessive description.

  • Loughborough University 1st year  Product Design Engineering Student

    2017 Sept Winner - Bodum Cafetiere

    Enthusiast

    Loughborough University 1st year  Product Design Engineering Student

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    Giving an iconic design new life.

     

    This is a shell of one of the old hitachi boom boxes from the 80's.

    It can run off batteries or the mains, the former leading to the iconic image of youths walking around with these speakers slung over one shoulder blasting out the latest tunes. 

     

    I modelled and rendered this image in NX 10, creating my own decals in photoshop, even the radio band display had to be custom made to be accurate to the true design. The detail dosn't stop there, fine details such as the tape spools, button dimples, and tuner dial grip are true to life.

     

    Institution: Loughborough university

    Degree: Sport TechnologyMy Image (compressed)My Image (compressed)Close up (compressed)Close up (compressed)A view form up top (compressed)A view form up top (compressed)The productThe product

    Hitachi 3D Bass Super Woofer -July 2017 Winner

    Enthusiast

     

    Giving an iconic design new life.

     

    This is a shell of one of the old hitachi boom boxes from the 80's.

    It can run off batteries or the mains, the former leading to the iconic image of youths walking around with these speakers slung over one shoulder blasting out the latest tunes. 

     

    I modelled and rendered this image in NX 10, creating my own decals in photoshop, even the radio band display had to be custom made to be accurate to the true design. The detail dosn't stop there, fine details such as the tape spools, button dimples, and tuner dial grip are true to life.

     

    Institution: Loughborough university

    Degree: Sport TechnologyMy Image (compressed)My Image (compressed)Close up (compressed)Close up (compressed)A view form up top (compressed)A view form up top (compressed)The productThe product

  • I am a junior in Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. In my CAD class, we had our own slot car design competition. Our teacher provided the chassis, motor, wheels, and other parts; and we had to modify them. Also, we each created our own body and a few other parts. I chose to make the car from the old musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Hope you enjoy!

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Dreamer

    I am a junior in Industrial & Systems Engineering at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. In my CAD class, we had our own slot car design competition. Our teacher provided the chassis, motor, wheels, and other parts; and we had to modify them. Also, we each created our own body and a few other parts. I chose to make the car from the old musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Hope you enjoy!

  • In pursuit of Grand Piano Performance in sound, touch and action.

     

    Hi everybody, my names Matthew Anderson and this is a design replica of the Yamaha Grand Piano N3. As we move towards a new age of music, electronic pianos have become more and more widely used by artists. The images here show a wonderful integration between the new technology and the classic design shape of the grand piano hand in hand.

     

    It was designed using NX 10 as one of my first year projects. Having never used the software prior to starting University, it's great to see how as you learn and pick up things, the design begins to take on a life of it's own.

     

    Institution: Loughborough university

    Degree: Sport Technology

     

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    Yamaha Grand N3

    Visionary

    In pursuit of Grand Piano Performance in sound, touch and action.

     

    Hi everybody, my names Matthew Anderson and this is a design replica of the Yamaha Grand Piano N3. As we move towards a new age of music, electronic pianos have become more and more widely used by artists. The images here show a wonderful integration between the new technology and the classic design shape of the grand piano hand in hand.

     

    It was designed using NX 10 as one of my first year projects. Having never used the software prior to starting University, it's great to see how as you learn and pick up things, the design begins to take on a life of it's own.

     

    Institution: Loughborough university

    Degree: Sport Technology

     

    Side shotSide shotPerspectivePerspectivePedalsPedalsGrandGrand

     

  • For our Computer Assisted Modelling class in Instituto Politécnico de Leiria me, Tiago Ferreira, and my friend, João Faria, both second year mechanical engineering students, decided to try and model a world war 2 tank destroyer, the Sd.Kfz. 186 Pänzerjäger Tiger Henschel chassis variant, based on his 1/72 model.For the modelling we used Solid Edge. At first we were to only model it's exterior, however, we thought that it would be too simple so we then decided to try and model the interior for our tank, we ended up basing our interior on the Tiger VI, tweaking it as we saw fit so everything would fit nicely and to remain as close to a real tank as possible.

    First, we modelled the interior dealing with the tank's motion, as seen in motion_1 and motion_2.

    After modelling everything responsible for the tank's motion and giving the correct relationships so it could move during the assembly we modelled the rest of the interior, including the referigerating system, firing mechanism and ammo racks, as seen in interior_1 and interior_2.

    Finally, after all the interior was done we began assembling everything, dealing with the exterior plates as we assembled everything due to the fact that these exterior parts would be the parts that would suffer the most adjustments, having to do many cuts so everything would fit nicely.

    In the end, we ended up using a total of 1292 parts, 282 unique parts and making everything as functional as possible, such as doors, hatches, firing mechanism, referigerator fans and tank motion, taking us around 4 months to complete our project, picking the name Charon, the ferrymen of the dead, for our tank, inspired by Grave Digger's song: Charon, Fährmann des Todes.

     

    Charon, the tank destroyer-2017 January Winner

    Visionary

    For our Computer Assisted Modelling class in Instituto Politécnico de Leiria me, Tiago Ferreira, and my friend, João Faria, both second year mechanical engineering students, decided to try and model a world war 2 tank destroyer, the Sd.Kfz. 186 Pänzerjäger Tiger Henschel chassis variant, based on his 1/72 model.For the modelling we used Solid Edge. At first we were to only model it's exterior, however, we thought that it would be too simple so we then decided to try and model the interior for our tank, we ended up basing our interior on the Tiger VI, tweaking it as we saw fit so everything would fit nicely and to remain as close to a real tank as possible.

    First, we modelled the interior dealing with the tank's motion, as seen in motion_1 and motion_2.

    After modelling everything responsible for the tank's motion and giving the correct relationships so it could move during the assembly we modelled the rest of the interior, including the referigerating system, firing mechanism and ammo racks, as seen in interior_1 and interior_2.

    Finally, after all the interior was done we began assembling everything, dealing with the exterior plates as we assembled everything due to the fact that these exterior parts would be the parts that would suffer the most adjustments, having to do many cuts so everything would fit nicely.

    In the end, we ended up using a total of 1292 parts, 282 unique parts and making everything as functional as possible, such as doors, hatches, firing mechanism, referigerator fans and tank motion, taking us around 4 months to complete our project, picking the name Charon, the ferrymen of the dead, for our tank, inspired by Grave Digger's song: Charon, Fährmann des Todes.

     

  • Hello! My name is Maria Yureva. I'm a 4th year student of Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov (Computer Technologies in Mechanical Engineering of Building Material Industry).

    I have always wondered why in the building materials industry is relatively little space is given to machine for lifting? Flipped through magazines CAD, look at the huge posters in the design lab - all entirely deeply special equipment used only in the building materials industry. But there is also a machine for lifting, without which virtually every enterprise absolutely any industry can not do! Such machines and relates elevator LGNS-260, which lifts the material in the vertical direction by means of deep bucket. And I began my acquaintance with the elevator that's how.

    As a student-designer I needed to find machine drawings, which I will design. And began to search the Internet, trips to factories, but significant results to no avail: in the best case, you can find the drawings only a general form without detailing. Then I went to an old and good friend in another city who have a lot of other friends, without a drawing for the soul, and with ardent hope in your heart. And a miracle happened! The drawings came to me in full, and even in electronic form. Happy and satisfied, I went home.

    First, the elevator I was even more frightened by their size, and it was very interesting - if I have time to build and collect all in such a short time? However, as the saying goes, "the eyes to fear, but the hands are doing." Having examined the drawings and specifications, I walked into the Teamcenter, create a product structure established in Annex "Structure Manager" and opened NX.

    Teamcenter - a suite of scalable software solutions to support the life cycle of products that are based on an open PLM platform. Teamcenter enables you to communicate to all participants create a product intelligently managing, maintaining, distributing and enhancing intellectual property companies. In addition to work on the elevator it was used not just Teamcenter, and the SSP - a prototype of the standard solutions. This is a prepared set of settings and methods, providing the implementation of the most popular problems that can be solved in Teamcenter and NX systems. Comfortable and functional open the system settings did work on the elevator fast and productive, so that the diploma, with all its immense amount of detail, was ready on time.

    At all stages of product development teachers supervised the creation of the machine. top-level nodes selectively passed through the approval process. And now finally designed the elevator emblazoned on a realistic image of my diploma.

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    CAE analysis of bearing partCAE analysis of bearing partelevator_3.pngelevator_4.png

    Elevator LGNS-260

    Visionary

    Hello! My name is Maria Yureva. I'm a 4th year student of Belgorod State Technological University named after V.G. Shukhov (Computer Technologies in Mechanical Engineering of Building Material Industry).

    I have always wondered why in the building materials industry is relatively little space is given to machine for lifting? Flipped through magazines CAD, look at the huge posters in the design lab - all entirely deeply special equipment used only in the building materials industry. But there is also a machine for lifting, without which virtually every enterprise absolutely any industry can not do! Such machines and relates elevator LGNS-260, which lifts the material in the vertical direction by means of deep bucket. And I began my acquaintance with the elevator that's how.

    As a student-designer I needed to find machine drawings, which I will design. And began to search the Internet, trips to factories, but significant results to no avail: in the best case, you can find the drawings only a general form without detailing. Then I went to an old and good friend in another city who have a lot of other friends, without a drawing for the soul, and with ardent hope in your heart. And a miracle happened! The drawings came to me in full, and even in electronic form. Happy and satisfied, I went home.

    First, the elevator I was even more frightened by their size, and it was very interesting - if I have time to build and collect all in such a short time? However, as the saying goes, "the eyes to fear, but the hands are doing." Having examined the drawings and specifications, I walked into the Teamcenter, create a product structure established in Annex "Structure Manager" and opened NX.

    Teamcenter - a suite of scalable software solutions to support the life cycle of products that are based on an open PLM platform. Teamcenter enables you to communicate to all participants create a product intelligently managing, maintaining, distributing and enhancing intellectual property companies. In addition to work on the elevator it was used not just Teamcenter, and the SSP - a prototype of the standard solutions. This is a prepared set of settings and methods, providing the implementation of the most popular problems that can be solved in Teamcenter and NX systems. Comfortable and functional open the system settings did work on the elevator fast and productive, so that the diploma, with all its immense amount of detail, was ready on time.

    At all stages of product development teachers supervised the creation of the machine. top-level nodes selectively passed through the approval process. And now finally designed the elevator emblazoned on a realistic image of my diploma.

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  • For our Computed Aided Design class’s final project, me and my colleague Tiago Pereira, both enrolled in the second year of Mechanical Engineering in Instituto Politécnico de Leiria, decided to design the GS Storm CL-1 RTR RC Car based on a physical model. We used Solid Edge as the CAD program for this project.

    We started by measuring the size of all the RC Car’s components, to get an accurate representation of the cars components, apart from the engine as it would require disassembling so we based it on a Parasolid 3D model from GrabCAD and gave them a few tweaks to fit nicely with the rest of the components.

    This project was divided into three major assemblies, the rear, the front and the central assembly, this last one includes the chassis. The engine (motion_3), the transmission (motion_7), the deposit and the receiver, each one of them were designed and assembled separately and finally all combined together.

    In the end, we had a total of 708 parts, 277 unique parts and seven main assemblies, including the final functional one, which took us a little over three months to complete.

    RC Car, GS Storm CL-1 RTR

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    For our Computed Aided Design class’s final project, me and my colleague Tiago Pereira, both enrolled in the second year of Mechanical Engineering in Instituto Politécnico de Leiria, decided to design the GS Storm CL-1 RTR RC Car based on a physical model. We used Solid Edge as the CAD program for this project.

    We started by measuring the size of all the RC Car’s components, to get an accurate representation of the cars components, apart from the engine as it would require disassembling so we based it on a Parasolid 3D model from GrabCAD and gave them a few tweaks to fit nicely with the rest of the components.

    This project was divided into three major assemblies, the rear, the front and the central assembly, this last one includes the chassis. The engine (motion_3), the transmission (motion_7), the deposit and the receiver, each one of them were designed and assembled separately and finally all combined together.

    In the end, we had a total of 708 parts, 277 unique parts and seven main assemblies, including the final functional one, which took us a little over three months to complete.