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  • At the second training course in university I developed a 3D model of the stairs. I calculated all the dimensions and made drawings. Thereafter stairs assembled at the factory. 
    For me it was an interesting challenge, as it developed my engineering skills.

    The stairs to the room

    Dreamer

    At the second training course in university I developed a 3D model of the stairs. I calculated all the dimensions and made drawings. Thereafter stairs assembled at the factory. 
    For me it was an interesting challenge, as it developed my engineering skills.

  • In the picture drawn on the laptop and the process of rendering images in the Siemens NX program. Apply multiple backgrounds to bargain realism.

    Rendering is the process of generating an image from a 2D or 3D model (or models in what collectively could be called a scene file) by means of computer programs. Also, the results of such a model can be called a rendering. A scene file contains objects in a strictly defined language or data structure; it would contain geometry, viewpoint, texture, lighting, and shadow information as a description of the virtual scene. The term "rendering" may be by analogy with an "artist's rendering" of a scene. Though the technical details of rendering methods vary, the general challenges to overcome in producing a 2D image from a 3D representation stored in a scene file are outlined as the graphics pipeline along a rendering device, such as a GPU. A GPU is a purpose-built device able to assist a CPU in performing complex rendering calculations. If a scene is to look relatively realistic and predictable under virtual lighting, the rendering software should solve the rendering equation. The rendering equation doesn't account for all lighting phenomena, but is a general lighting model for computer-generated imagery. 'Rendering' is also used to describe the process of calculating effects in a video editing program to produce final video output.laptop in work roomlaptop in work roomlaptop and cappuccinolaptop and cappuccinolaptop renderlaptop render

    The process of rendering. Laptop

    Visionary

    In the picture drawn on the laptop and the process of rendering images in the Siemens NX program. Apply multiple backgrounds to bargain realism.

    Rendering is the process of generating an image from a 2D or 3D model (or models in what collectively could be called a scene file) by means of computer programs. Also, the results of such a model can be called a rendering. A scene file contains objects in a strictly defined language or data structure; it would contain geometry, viewpoint, texture, lighting, and shadow information as a description of the virtual scene. The term "rendering" may be by analogy with an "artist's rendering" of a scene. Though the technical details of rendering methods vary, the general challenges to overcome in producing a 2D image from a 3D representation stored in a scene file are outlined as the graphics pipeline along a rendering device, such as a GPU. A GPU is a purpose-built device able to assist a CPU in performing complex rendering calculations. If a scene is to look relatively realistic and predictable under virtual lighting, the rendering software should solve the rendering equation. The rendering equation doesn't account for all lighting phenomena, but is a general lighting model for computer-generated imagery. 'Rendering' is also used to describe the process of calculating effects in a video editing program to produce final video output.laptop in work roomlaptop in work roomlaptop and cappuccinolaptop and cappuccinolaptop renderlaptop render

  • My watch is the single most useful product I use every day. So, when Lougborough University set my CAD Modelling module with the task of producing a realistic rendered image of a hand-held component I instantly decided to use my watch as the inspiration. 

     

    I designed the watch to have 3 different strap assemblies, including: a resting free flowing strap, curved strap around a wrist and finally a flat strap on the table- which is the image I have decided to enter the competition.

     

    At Loughborough University I study Product Design Engineering where I find the perfect harmony between technical, mathematical and problem solving skills to further my engineering and design knowledge. The course allows me to explore and apply my creativity in real life design scenarios whilst understanding and implementing the mechanical engineering solutions as well.

    Time flies

    Dreamer

    My watch is the single most useful product I use every day. So, when Lougborough University set my CAD Modelling module with the task of producing a realistic rendered image of a hand-held component I instantly decided to use my watch as the inspiration. 

     

    I designed the watch to have 3 different strap assemblies, including: a resting free flowing strap, curved strap around a wrist and finally a flat strap on the table- which is the image I have decided to enter the competition.

     

    At Loughborough University I study Product Design Engineering where I find the perfect harmony between technical, mathematical and problem solving skills to further my engineering and design knowledge. The course allows me to explore and apply my creativity in real life design scenarios whilst understanding and implementing the mechanical engineering solutions as well.

  • Loughborough Univeristy NX 10 modelling work.

    1st Year Product Design Engineering.

    Swan Microwave

    Enthusiast

    Loughborough Univeristy NX 10 modelling work.

    1st Year Product Design Engineering.

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    Tooth Brush Concept Design

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  • Loughbrough University - Product Design Engineering, first year student

     

    This model is based on a concept sketch I made when I was in school inspired by the organic design movement and Fibonacci sequence. I was never able to take the design further due to my lack of access to appropriate CAD software.

     

    When introduced to NX last year I found that it allowed me to recreate the organic shapes that were integral to my original design and enabled me to visualise it into a realistic product.

     

    Yellow flowers edited.jpgblue spotlight cropped.jpg

    Organic design iPhone Speaker

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    Loughbrough University - Product Design Engineering, first year student

     

    This model is based on a concept sketch I made when I was in school inspired by the organic design movement and Fibonacci sequence. I was never able to take the design further due to my lack of access to appropriate CAD software.

     

    When introduced to NX last year I found that it allowed me to recreate the organic shapes that were integral to my original design and enabled me to visualise it into a realistic product.

     

    Yellow flowers edited.jpgblue spotlight cropped.jpg

  • 2nd Year student - Loughborough University - Product Design Engineering 

     

     

    Retro Radio Visualisation Design

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    2nd Year student - Loughborough University - Product Design Engineering 

     

     

  • the main body of wankel or pistonless engine design in nx 11

    school:V.V.P engineering college, Rajkot, India

    wankel engine design

    Dreamer

    the main body of wankel or pistonless engine design in nx 11

    school:V.V.P engineering college, Rajkot, India

  • Completed Model with Mazda MX5 in the backgroundCompleted Model with Mazda MX5 in the backgroundHandbrake CylinderHandbrake CylinderHandbrake Handle and SurfaceHandbrake Handle and SurfaceCompleted ModelCompleted Model

    (view in My Videos)

    Exploded View.PNGSection View (Cylinder Top).PNGExploded View (Dimetric View).PNGPhysical Properties.png

    As a part of my degree at Ulster University we had a Computer Aided Engineering module in year four.  We were able to pick our own design to re-create in CAD.  I am a huge Motorsport fan and compete in some forms of Motorsport myself, come September I am also attending Cranfield University to complete a MSc in Advanced Motorsport Engineering.  For these reasons I chose to design and model the hydraulic handbrake system for my Mazda MX5 Rally and Autotest Car.  This is different to the standard hydraulic handbrake set-ups and was therefore newly designed by myself for the MX5.

     

    I set out by measuring parts of the physical components in order to make a accurate representation in CAD.  Various methods were utilised such as, sheet metal design for the brackets, surfacing for the ergonomic handbrake handle and to get the curvature of the gearbox tunnel.  Standard parts were used for the bolts and nuts to join these parts.  Part modelling was also used in many cases to design the handbrake cylinder, using various create-part-in-place functions in order to match the new part to the recesses etc in the current parts.  Various modelling functions could then be used to display the completed model to viewers, such as cut away views and exploded views etc.  Animation was also used to demonstrate the movement, extents of movements and the intended use of the system.  

     

    My degree at Ulster University was a BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with DPP.  I have recently graduated with a first class honours and a distinction in professional practice.  My time at Ulster University was enjoyable and I have learnt a lot that will carry with me during my career.  Thanks must go out to all that have helped me get this far.        

    Mazda MX5 Hydraulic Handbrake Design for Motorsport

    Dreamer

    Completed Model with Mazda MX5 in the backgroundCompleted Model with Mazda MX5 in the backgroundHandbrake CylinderHandbrake CylinderHandbrake Handle and SurfaceHandbrake Handle and SurfaceCompleted ModelCompleted Model

    (view in My Videos)

    Exploded View.PNGSection View (Cylinder Top).PNGExploded View (Dimetric View).PNGPhysical Properties.png

    As a part of my degree at Ulster University we had a Computer Aided Engineering module in year four.  We were able to pick our own design to re-create in CAD.  I am a huge Motorsport fan and compete in some forms of Motorsport myself, come September I am also attending Cranfield University to complete a MSc in Advanced Motorsport Engineering.  For these reasons I chose to design and model the hydraulic handbrake system for my Mazda MX5 Rally and Autotest Car.  This is different to the standard hydraulic handbrake set-ups and was therefore newly designed by myself for the MX5.

     

    I set out by measuring parts of the physical components in order to make a accurate representation in CAD.  Various methods were utilised such as, sheet metal design for the brackets, surfacing for the ergonomic handbrake handle and to get the curvature of the gearbox tunnel.  Standard parts were used for the bolts and nuts to join these parts.  Part modelling was also used in many cases to design the handbrake cylinder, using various create-part-in-place functions in order to match the new part to the recesses etc in the current parts.  Various modelling functions could then be used to display the completed model to viewers, such as cut away views and exploded views etc.  Animation was also used to demonstrate the movement, extents of movements and the intended use of the system.  

     

    My degree at Ulster University was a BEng (Hons) Mechanical Engineering with DPP.  I have recently graduated with a first class honours and a distinction in professional practice.  My time at Ulster University was enjoyable and I have learnt a lot that will carry with me during my career.  Thanks must go out to all that have helped me get this far.        

  • The all analog synthesizer is inspired by the synths utilized during the 1980s. The design concept was to tribute early synthesizers in a modern style. NX 10 was utilized to create each of the components which make up this design. With the help of the assembly tool, this project was created. 

     

    The institution I am representing is the Universtiy of Texas Rio Grande Valley. I am currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Engineering Technology.All Analog SynthesizerAll Analog Synthesizer

    All Analog Synthesizer using NX

    Dreamer

    The all analog synthesizer is inspired by the synths utilized during the 1980s. The design concept was to tribute early synthesizers in a modern style. NX 10 was utilized to create each of the components which make up this design. With the help of the assembly tool, this project was created. 

     

    The institution I am representing is the Universtiy of Texas Rio Grande Valley. I am currently pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Engineering Technology.All Analog SynthesizerAll Analog Synthesizer

  • As part of my final year module in CAE at Ulster University, it required designing an assembly (as well as the utilisation of the many other features of Solid Edge). For the assignment I chose a bicycle, which can be seen in the attached photo and video below. 

    (view in My Videos)

    Bicycle Designed on Solid Edge ST8 - 2017 June Winner

    Theorist

    As part of my final year module in CAE at Ulster University, it required designing an assembly (as well as the utilisation of the many other features of Solid Edge). For the assignment I chose a bicycle, which can be seen in the attached photo and video below. 

    (view in My Videos)

  • Hi, my name is Gala Crawford and this is a picture from a rendering of my final project. My final project was a fun carousel that was tough to design,though it was enjoyable. I am a 3rd year student at UAH. I am studying Mechanical Engineering.

    The Carousel

    Dreamer

    Hi, my name is Gala Crawford and this is a picture from a rendering of my final project. My final project was a fun carousel that was tough to design,though it was enjoyable. I am a 3rd year student at UAH. I am studying Mechanical Engineering.

  • Attached is a rendering of a 6-cylinder pneumatic radial engine.

    Pneumatic 6-Cylinder Radial Engine

    Dreamer

    Attached is a rendering of a 6-cylinder pneumatic radial engine.

  • My name is Mark Keaney, I am a current Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and am submitting the render for our second design project for Introduction to Computational Tools.Ribbon ClimberRibbon Climber

     

    Using NASA's Tether and Robot Climber Contest as inspiration, I have modeled my own version of a tether climber.  Mine is a scaled down version of those submitted by the various teams for NASA's contest but uses similar design concepts. Namely, the use of multiple wheels to provide traction on either side of the tether, and the use of photovoltaic arrays to generate power. 

     

    The primary difference is that the goal of my own design work was to find ways to achieve the desired types and directions of motion using only one simulated motor in the Solid Edge program. I achieved this through a combination of carefully placed rack and pinion gears (for horizontal movement), standard gear relationships, linear motion relationships, and the physical motion option on the simulate motor tab.  

     

    The rack and pinion are used to move the driving wheel into position against the tether which then drives the tether downward through the 4 guide wheels at the top.  

     

    Video of the movement

    Robot Tether Climber

    Dreamer

    My name is Mark Keaney, I am a current Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and am submitting the render for our second design project for Introduction to Computational Tools.Ribbon ClimberRibbon Climber

     

    Using NASA's Tether and Robot Climber Contest as inspiration, I have modeled my own version of a tether climber.  Mine is a scaled down version of those submitted by the various teams for NASA's contest but uses similar design concepts. Namely, the use of multiple wheels to provide traction on either side of the tether, and the use of photovoltaic arrays to generate power. 

     

    The primary difference is that the goal of my own design work was to find ways to achieve the desired types and directions of motion using only one simulated motor in the Solid Edge program. I achieved this through a combination of carefully placed rack and pinion gears (for horizontal movement), standard gear relationships, linear motion relationships, and the physical motion option on the simulate motor tab.  

     

    The rack and pinion are used to move the driving wheel into position against the tether which then drives the tether downward through the 4 guide wheels at the top.  

     

    Video of the movement

  • Here is a render of my class project, a bridgeport mill 

    bridgeport mill

    Dreamer

    Here is a render of my class project, a bridgeport mill 

  • My entry is of my high tech windmill.  I made the body of the windmill clear to show the working components of the motor.  My windmill is not like your old school windmills it is new and improved with different materials and colors.  I attend University of Alabama in Huntsville.  Gann_Renderedimage.jpg

    Newly Updated Windmill

    Dreamer

    My entry is of my high tech windmill.  I made the body of the windmill clear to show the working components of the motor.  My windmill is not like your old school windmills it is new and improved with different materials and colors.  I attend University of Alabama in Huntsville.  Gann_Renderedimage.jpg

  • My name is Csaba Juhasz. I made a multifunctional printer. I designed by Solid Edge. I rendered the picture with Keyshot. I am from Hungary. I study in Kecskemet, Hungary at Pallasz Athene University as mechanical engineer. 

    Multifunction printer

    Enthusiast

    My name is Csaba Juhasz. I made a multifunctional printer. I designed by Solid Edge. I rendered the picture with Keyshot. I am from Hungary. I study in Kecskemet, Hungary at Pallasz Athene University as mechanical engineer. 

  • MY FIRST ......PROJECTMY FIRST ......PROJECT

    my self vinay kr..............

    currently i am persuing diploma from "CRRIT KANJHAWALA" from mechanical stream

    i have made this design completely from "solid edge st 8"...the assembly of 495 parts was also done from "solid edge st8" ....and the rendering was done via "keyshot render"

    it tooks of about 28 days hard work to complete it,,,,,......

    this design is one of the greatest achievement .......according to me.....

    This is the render image of my engine project....this is a petrol engine comprises with 7 pistons....generating a power of about 1900 cc...........which comprises with my new innovative technology.....which i named as "the electronic valve technology".....this replaces the old arrangement of camshaft and timing chain and a lot of mechanical parts with a small component which i named as solenoid valve....these valves are electricity operated which run on 12 volts dc current......there are two types of valve one is inlet solenoid valve (which is connected to the inlet port of engine...and comprises with injector in it to inject fuel) and the other is exhaust solenoid (which is connected to the exhaust manifold).......my design can be illustrated completely by the attachements given below.....

    thanks to siemens for giving me a platform on which i may show my self that what i am.....

    thanks........untitled.79.jpguntitled.81.jpguntitled.80.jpguntitled.81.jpguntitled.80.jpg

    A 7 piston....generator engine.....(PETROL ENGINE IN LINE TYPE)

    Dreamer

    MY FIRST ......PROJECTMY FIRST ......PROJECT

    my self vinay kr..............

    currently i am persuing diploma from "CRRIT KANJHAWALA" from mechanical stream

    i have made this design completely from "solid edge st 8"...the assembly of 495 parts was also done from "solid edge st8" ....and the rendering was done via "keyshot render"

    it tooks of about 28 days hard work to complete it,,,,,......

    this design is one of the greatest achievement .......according to me.....

    This is the render image of my engine project....this is a petrol engine comprises with 7 pistons....generating a power of about 1900 cc...........which comprises with my new innovative technology.....which i named as "the electronic valve technology".....this replaces the old arrangement of camshaft and timing chain and a lot of mechanical parts with a small component which i named as solenoid valve....these valves are electricity operated which run on 12 volts dc current......there are two types of valve one is inlet solenoid valve (which is connected to the inlet port of engine...and comprises with injector in it to inject fuel) and the other is exhaust solenoid (which is connected to the exhaust manifold).......my design can be illustrated completely by the attachements given below.....

    thanks to siemens for giving me a platform on which i may show my self that what i am.....

    thanks........untitled.79.jpguntitled.81.jpguntitled.80.jpguntitled.81.jpguntitled.80.jpg

  • CLAAS 980 (type 497) forage harvester

    The challenge was to select a product to evaluate ergonomically. Given that I had a background in agriculture, I chose a Jaguar Claas 980 - specifically the type 497 as this was a new prototype model set for release in 2017. The product was modelled and rendered in Siemens NX 10, then transferred to SAMMIE for ergonomic evaluation, alongisde final rendering in Adobe Photoshop.

     

    About me

    I'm currently in my second year of studynig Product Design Engineering (MEng) at Loughborough University.

    Top of the CLAAS

    Enthusiast

    CLAAS 980 (type 497) forage harvester

    The challenge was to select a product to evaluate ergonomically. Given that I had a background in agriculture, I chose a Jaguar Claas 980 - specifically the type 497 as this was a new prototype model set for release in 2017. The product was modelled and rendered in Siemens NX 10, then transferred to SAMMIE for ergonomic evaluation, alongisde final rendering in Adobe Photoshop.

     

    About me

    I'm currently in my second year of studynig Product Design Engineering (MEng) at Loughborough University.

  • CAD Project

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