Door Pulls

in 3D Modeling Design held by Marcus Cumberland
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Description:
I am designing bespoke door pulls for a classic porsche 911
Wants:
- Details in the PPT file Attached.
- I want the PPT details converted into CAD so I can get the components produced.
- I am limited to my skills in the PPT, as I would want some small radius' which I can't document in the PPT
Software:
  1. DXF

Entries

1st Winner
#2 Updated Handle Loops by sldraftingdesign
Here is the updated loops with requested changes ;)
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Jul 1, 2015 12:30
#1 Belt Handle by sldraftingdesign
Here is my submission. I can make changes to anything you need. Just let me know.
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Jun 30, 2015 19:57
#3 Door Pull by Kreeshtin
CAD drawing of the Door Pull with dimensions.
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Jul 1, 2015 14:38

Discussion

sldraftingdesign

Designer

Tue, 30 Jun 2015 19:58:19 +0000
submitted, I can make changes to anything you need in this file.

sldraftingdesign

Designer

Tue, 30 Jun 2015 18:12:33 +0000
How thick is the belt
Tue, 30 Jun 2015 14:26:41 +0000
Thanks for responding.

Black element is a leather belt, that I have draw across two pages, so I could keep the drawing life size.
The total belt length should be 38cm

The three stainless steel elements retain the belts in different ways. The element on the far right is just retains the belt to the door panel allowing the belt to move freely below as a grab handle, like on a trunk.

The middle elements, restricts the belts, so although the belt passes through and is retained to the door panel, the belt cannot move.

The left element, is slightly different again, in the is masks a slot in the door panel where the belts slips behind the panel to operate to door opener. This element does no restrict the movement of the belt, potentially offer some retaining properties, but purpose of to match the other elements and allow the leather belt to pass from the front of the door panel to the rear, in a tidy way.



This one leather belt, operates as a handle on the right side, and as a door release on the left side.

I have drawn these as square, as it was easy to do this on PowerPoint, however there should be small radius on the tops of these pieces so they are nice to touch.
I will attached an image of something similar that I saw, however in the attached drawing the radius are more than I would be looking for, but I think you will understand my project more.

Kreeshtin

Designer

Tue, 30 Jun 2015 14:13:09 +0000
Hello!

I am currently in the process of converting the PPT file to CAD but I have one question:

Since the door pull is split into two pages, it is hard to tell how the two are supposed to connect to one another, especially since the left side of the door pull has unknown dimensions. I tried to figure it out but the pieces don't seem to "fit" together.

Could you please clarify how the two are supposed to connect.

Thank you!
-Kristin

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