Description:Need to design under the sink garbage disposal unit. There are lot of garbage disposals made with a purpose of kitchen waste disposal. The envelope size will be around 6 inches in diameter and about 8-10 inches long. The unit will utilize 1/3 or 1/2 HP motor.
Wants:Part designs, Assembly and components 3D models and manufacturing drawings,
- Siemens NX (Unigraphics NX)
- Pro/Engineer Wildfire
#2 Garburator Concept Design by Decker
I have modelled a concept layout for a garburator today. It is missing a motor, which would be I think a purchased OEM part along with the mounting hardware for the sink. Note I can design or find these parts too just need more time. Attached is a rendering along with a quick assembly drawing showing basic dimensions. This one is actually drawn today by me.
#1 InSinkErator Evolution Excel Garbage Disposal by Decker
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