Description:The design requires a clean simple method with minimized parts and manufacturing costs. Product is low volume, 250 to 500 pieces per year. We are interested in minimizing capital tooling costs. Design challenge is to design a keyboard slide platform that sits at a 32.5 degree angle (see attached documents). Keyboard slide needs to easily lock in upward position when not in use, and needs to easily be released and slide downward when in use. The keyboard slide is on a cart platform, so when the cart is being moved around, if it gets bumped, we do not want the keyboard slide to dislodge and slip into the down position.
Wants:* Minimized parts
* Clean aesthetic
* Smooth operation
Don't Wants:Alot of visble sliding hardware. Design needs to be clean with minimized exposed hardware such as fasteners, draw slides, etc.
- SolidWorks (2013)
- IGES or STEP
#18 ANGLE KEYBOARD SLIDE-DESIGN CONCEPT-VERSION 2 by benito
#12 Keyboard slide by Ivanus
#19 Angled Keyboard Slide Mechanism - Version 2 by Joel Adlong
- SolidWorks 2016 — Version 2 tray up
- SolidWorks 2016 — Version 2 tray down
- SolidWorks 2016 — Version 2 mechanism support
- SolidWorks 2016 — Version 2 Full Assembly
- SolidWorks 2016 — Version 2 Mechanism Support
- SolidWorks 2016 — Joel Adlong Version 2
- SolidWorks 2016 — 1000 Full Assembly
- SolidWorks 2016 — 1000 Full Assembly
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