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  • I am a Student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and used Solid Edge to create an old-fashioned clock for my MAE-211 class. 

    Old Fashioned Clock

    Dreamer

    I am a Student at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and used Solid Edge to create an old-fashioned clock for my MAE-211 class. 

  • This is a pit droid I made in my intro to computational tools class at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. I spent many late nights making this to finish it on time.Pit Droid - JB.jpg

    Space Cadet

    Dreamer

    This is a pit droid I made in my intro to computational tools class at The University of Alabama in Huntsville. I spent many late nights making this to finish it on time.Pit Droid - JB.jpg

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    Hello Solid Edge community

     

    I have always had a big passion for automotive design. Since I can remember Mercedes-Benz embodied robust but also innovative design for me. Its design language is a mixture of "classy" and "sporty".

    Since I grew up in the 90s´/ 2000s´ I can remember the AMG 2-part-rims frmo this time. Because if that I hace made a hommage on those mainly with the inspiration of the Mercedes-benz AMG Edition 1. First some sketches on paper. The model was made in Solid Edge ST8. The render was made with the student license of Keyshot 5.

    I have performed some basic static load studys with Solid Edge and will be doing some more testing in Abaqus.

    I am not a big writer but I hope you like my design. Because I am new here I do not know if you are able to comment on this post. If not I would be glad if you send me a short feedback via facebook. ("Hrabia design and Engineering")

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Aleksander Sadowski

    Mercedes-Benz inspired rim

    Dreamer

     

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    Hello Solid Edge community

     

    I have always had a big passion for automotive design. Since I can remember Mercedes-Benz embodied robust but also innovative design for me. Its design language is a mixture of "classy" and "sporty".

    Since I grew up in the 90s´/ 2000s´ I can remember the AMG 2-part-rims frmo this time. Because if that I hace made a hommage on those mainly with the inspiration of the Mercedes-benz AMG Edition 1. First some sketches on paper. The model was made in Solid Edge ST8. The render was made with the student license of Keyshot 5.

    I have performed some basic static load studys with Solid Edge and will be doing some more testing in Abaqus.

    I am not a big writer but I hope you like my design. Because I am new here I do not know if you are able to comment on this post. If not I would be glad if you send me a short feedback via facebook. ("Hrabia design and Engineering")

     

    Sincerely,

     

    Aleksander Sadowski

  • Robot Design Project

    Dreamer

    Jet Jaguar 

  • The front and back for my design project 1 in MAE211. University of Alabama in Huntsville

    Tubby the Robot

    Dreamer

    The front and back for my design project 1 in MAE211. University of Alabama in Huntsville

  • I made ATLAS from Portal 2.

    ATLAS meets ATLAS

    Dreamer

    I made ATLAS from Portal 2.

  • This is a Star Wars Battle Droid model. His name is Roger, and he is shrugging.

    Battle Droid

    Dreamer

    This is a Star Wars Battle Droid model. His name is Roger, and he is shrugging.

  • Virtual model of a Cherry Epiphone Casino Coupe

    Epiphone Casino Coupe

    Enthusiast
  • De Walt Cordless Combi Drill. Created by Katie Long, a product design engineering student from Loughborough University.

    DeWalt Cordless Drill-October Winner

    Enthusiast

    De Walt Cordless Combi Drill. Created by Katie Long, a product design engineering student from Loughborough University.

  • Greetings, my name is Akos Molnar. I finished my secondary studies at Beszédes József MMIK in Kanjiža, Serbia. I've learned a lot of things about modelling machines in CAD programs, mostly in Solid Edge, during my education.

    As my final work in the secondary school I chose a chainsaw. This machine has about 720 parts according to the internal combustion engine. I had to disassemble the machine in real life and draw all of the parts one by one. After the drawing the most challenging part I had to face, the assembly. It was quite difficult to find the right connection, the "harmony" between these number of parts.

    Speaking of which, the model was made and I graduated successfully. Some rendered pictures were taken in KeyShot, attached bellow.

    Chainsaw

    Dreamer

    Greetings, my name is Akos Molnar. I finished my secondary studies at Beszédes József MMIK in Kanjiža, Serbia. I've learned a lot of things about modelling machines in CAD programs, mostly in Solid Edge, during my education.

    As my final work in the secondary school I chose a chainsaw. This machine has about 720 parts according to the internal combustion engine. I had to disassemble the machine in real life and draw all of the parts one by one. After the drawing the most challenging part I had to face, the assembly. It was quite difficult to find the right connection, the "harmony" between these number of parts.

    Speaking of which, the model was made and I graduated successfully. Some rendered pictures were taken in KeyShot, attached bellow.

  • I`m studying in Technical University of Sofia. This is my Industrial Desing course project. Made in NX9.

    Thermos

    Enthusiast

    I`m studying in Technical University of Sofia. This is my Industrial Desing course project. Made in NX9.

  • My name is Luis Lara, I am currently an Engineering Technology, Junior student at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley. I taking the NX 10 course, summer semester, I dessign the dive watch thinking of the rugged enviroments that usually a diver confronts under and over the water. The watch is simple to read due to a clean cluster and color contrast between the face and the hour indicators. The watch strap is made of rubber with a stainless steel clasp buckle that will adjust to any wrist width, this clasp can be easily open with bare hands or with gloves on. The H-body shape dive watch not only stands out from the other, but its easy to manufacture.

    Luis Lara dive watch

    Dreamer

    My name is Luis Lara, I am currently an Engineering Technology, Junior student at the University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley. I taking the NX 10 course, summer semester, I dessign the dive watch thinking of the rugged enviroments that usually a diver confronts under and over the water. The watch is simple to read due to a clean cluster and color contrast between the face and the hour indicators. The watch strap is made of rubber with a stainless steel clasp buckle that will adjust to any wrist width, this clasp can be easily open with bare hands or with gloves on. The H-body shape dive watch not only stands out from the other, but its easy to manufacture.

  • Hello, my name is Bertha Cruz. I am a sophomore student at the University of Texas at the Rio Grande Valley and I am currently seeking my Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Technology.

     In my Design Graphics 2 class I learned how to use and create assemblies in NX 10.0 and how you can bring to life objects using the render feature.

    Our teacher asked us to create a part and compete in this student design contest so we can show our design internationally.

    My design is practically based on an “each” headphone. I love “each” headphones because their designs are unique. The design on my headphones are pretty much a combination of different “each headphones” and the texture and colors as well.

    "EACH" headphones

    Dreamer

    Hello, my name is Bertha Cruz. I am a sophomore student at the University of Texas at the Rio Grande Valley and I am currently seeking my Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering Technology.

     In my Design Graphics 2 class I learned how to use and create assemblies in NX 10.0 and how you can bring to life objects using the render feature.

    Our teacher asked us to create a part and compete in this student design contest so we can show our design internationally.

    My design is practically based on an “each” headphone. I love “each” headphones because their designs are unique. The design on my headphones are pretty much a combination of different “each headphones” and the texture and colors as well.

  • Using NX to create a model of BMW Z4 Car.

    BMW Car

    Dreamer

    Using NX to create a model of BMW Z4 Car.

  • Many of our electronic devices are unable to keep up with our constant demands, and for a person constantly on the go it is near impossible to put your life on hold in order to charge up your electronics. For this reason I created a shoe that produces electricity with every step you take. Between the outsole and midsole is a piezoelecric piece connected to a USB. The best thing about this design is that even when sitting at a desk or airport, you can just shake a leg and produce more power.

    Electricity Producing Shoe

    Dreamer

    Many of our electronic devices are unable to keep up with our constant demands, and for a person constantly on the go it is near impossible to put your life on hold in order to charge up your electronics. For this reason I created a shoe that produces electricity with every step you take. Between the outsole and midsole is a piezoelecric piece connected to a USB. The best thing about this design is that even when sitting at a desk or airport, you can just shake a leg and produce more power.

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    Hi there, I'm Thomas Lupson-Darnell, and I'm currently going into my second year doing Product Design Engineering (BEng) at Loughborough University. As part of my first year studies, we worked with NX 8.5, and as my final coursework for the module, i chose to model a Leica M7 film camera, with accompanying accessories.

    I chose these two lenses, the 50mm F/0.95 Noctilux-M and 28mm F/2.2 Elmarit-M to model along with the camera body, demonstrating the range of glass avaliable to use on the Leica M-mount platform.

    The two were modelled using manufacturer specifications to get initial size, then using reference images to scale dimensions off of pixel measurements.

    I also used Leica's diagrams of the element layouts inside each lens to reproduce their full internal layout. This allowed the internal refraction and reflection of light to be seen in rendered images, adding a layer of depth greater than just the front element, and increasing the realism of the image.

     

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    Leica 28mm Elmarit-M & 50mm Noctilux-M Lenses

    Experimenter

     

     

     

    Hi there, I'm Thomas Lupson-Darnell, and I'm currently going into my second year doing Product Design Engineering (BEng) at Loughborough University. As part of my first year studies, we worked with NX 8.5, and as my final coursework for the module, i chose to model a Leica M7 film camera, with accompanying accessories.

    I chose these two lenses, the 50mm F/0.95 Noctilux-M and 28mm F/2.2 Elmarit-M to model along with the camera body, demonstrating the range of glass avaliable to use on the Leica M-mount platform.

    The two were modelled using manufacturer specifications to get initial size, then using reference images to scale dimensions off of pixel measurements.

    I also used Leica's diagrams of the element layouts inside each lens to reproduce their full internal layout. This allowed the internal refraction and reflection of light to be seen in rendered images, adding a layer of depth greater than just the front element, and increasing the realism of the image.

     

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  • Hi, my name is Vedanti and I am studying at Loughborough University in the Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. This vintage camera was inspired by various models that exist on the market and was created using NX 8.5. I combined different features from these models to create my own design and that's why the model's name is comprised of my initials. 

     

    It was first designed on paper using exact measurements. This made it easier to create on the software. I used tools such as the pattern feature as well as extrusions and revolutions. 

     

    The pictures under the camera as well as the table were also created using NX. I wanted to stick to the theme of vintage when creating this image hence my use of the colors and textures of the materials. This render focuses on the intricacy of the lens. The lens was designed to be made with two different materials: metal and plastic and is a 50mm lens which allows for sharper and more focussed images.

    Vintage Camera-July Winner

    Theorist

    Hi, my name is Vedanti and I am studying at Loughborough University in the Wolfson School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. This vintage camera was inspired by various models that exist on the market and was created using NX 8.5. I combined different features from these models to create my own design and that's why the model's name is comprised of my initials. 

     

    It was first designed on paper using exact measurements. This made it easier to create on the software. I used tools such as the pattern feature as well as extrusions and revolutions. 

     

    The pictures under the camera as well as the table were also created using NX. I wanted to stick to the theme of vintage when creating this image hence my use of the colors and textures of the materials. This render focuses on the intricacy of the lens. The lens was designed to be made with two different materials: metal and plastic and is a 50mm lens which allows for sharper and more focussed images.

  • I`m studying in Technical University of Sofia. This is my course project. Made in NX9 

    Water Bottle

    Enthusiast

    I`m studying in Technical University of Sofia. This is my course project. Made in NX9 

  • My name is Callum Bradley, and I currently study MEng Mechanical Engineering at the Ulster Univeristy in Jordanstown, Northern Ireland. 

     

    For a design project, that allowed me to incorporate motion and animation, I used my personal foot scooter, where I reverse-engineered its design, and incorporated my own ideas to generate the finished article as shown. I used many Solid Edge features to include protrusion, sweep, loft, sheet metal and surfacing to include sweep, blue surf tool and stitching to create parts, such as the foot brake. The swept feature in surface modelling was also utilised for creating the torsion spring for the foot brake. 

     

    With the scooter assembly complete, where the handle bars can be raised and lowered, along with the scooter being capable of folding up, KeyShot Render was used to create the life-like image as seen attached. Appropriate materials, such as aluminium, stainless steel and various plastics were applied to each parts with the environment and background adjusted accordingly. 

    This image shows the scooter when in a folded state, for being transported.

     

    Regards

     

    Callum

    Callum

    Retractable Foot Scooter

    Dreamer

    My name is Callum Bradley, and I currently study MEng Mechanical Engineering at the Ulster Univeristy in Jordanstown, Northern Ireland. 

     

    For a design project, that allowed me to incorporate motion and animation, I used my personal foot scooter, where I reverse-engineered its design, and incorporated my own ideas to generate the finished article as shown. I used many Solid Edge features to include protrusion, sweep, loft, sheet metal and surfacing to include sweep, blue surf tool and stitching to create parts, such as the foot brake. The swept feature in surface modelling was also utilised for creating the torsion spring for the foot brake. 

     

    With the scooter assembly complete, where the handle bars can be raised and lowered, along with the scooter being capable of folding up, KeyShot Render was used to create the life-like image as seen attached. Appropriate materials, such as aluminium, stainless steel and various plastics were applied to each parts with the environment and background adjusted accordingly. 

    This image shows the scooter when in a folded state, for being transported.

     

    Regards

     

    Callum

    Callum

  • My name is Callum Bradley, and I currently study MEng Mechanical Engineering at the Ulster Univeristy in Jordanstown, Northern Ireland. 

     

    For a design project, that allowed me to incorporate motion and animation, I used my personal foot scooter, where I reverse-engineered its design, and incorporated my own ideas to generate the finished article as shown. I used many Solid Edge features to include protrusion, sweep, loft, sheet metal and surfacing to include sweep, blue surf tool and stitching to create parts, such as the foot brake. The swept feature in surface modelling was also utilised for creating the torsion spring for the foot brake. 

     

    With the scooter assembly complete, where the handle bars can be raised and lowered, along with the scooter being capable of folding up, KeyShot Render was used to create the life-like image as seen attached. Appropriate materials, such as aluminium, stainless steel and various plastics were applied to each part with the environment and background adjusted accordingly. 

     

    Regards

     

    Callum

    Retractable Foot Scooter

    Dreamer

    My name is Callum Bradley, and I currently study MEng Mechanical Engineering at the Ulster Univeristy in Jordanstown, Northern Ireland. 

     

    For a design project, that allowed me to incorporate motion and animation, I used my personal foot scooter, where I reverse-engineered its design, and incorporated my own ideas to generate the finished article as shown. I used many Solid Edge features to include protrusion, sweep, loft, sheet metal and surfacing to include sweep, blue surf tool and stitching to create parts, such as the foot brake. The swept feature in surface modelling was also utilised for creating the torsion spring for the foot brake. 

     

    With the scooter assembly complete, where the handle bars can be raised and lowered, along with the scooter being capable of folding up, KeyShot Render was used to create the life-like image as seen attached. Appropriate materials, such as aluminium, stainless steel and various plastics were applied to each part with the environment and background adjusted accordingly. 

     

    Regards

     

    Callum