Description:I have a design that in appearance is similar to a sprocket and hollow shaft. There is a need for a 3D model that can be used for rapid prototyping/molding. The final design should be in Autocad 3D and as shown in the Sketch referred to as Fig. 9.
Attached are two 2D Autocad drawings of the “Support” and a “Tube”.
Also attached are two scanned images Fig 1, Fig 2 and Fig 3 of the changes with instructions.
Originally the Tube and Support were designed as two separate parts to be assembled together, but the new design requires that they are to be made as one “Assembly” as shown in Fig. 3.
The following changes have to be made to the Tube FIG 1:
The Tube has to be reduced to 2 inch long.
The top portion of the tube has to be deleted.
The Tube Outer Diameter has to be increased to 7/8 inch and the wall is 1/8 inch.
The Tube is now placed on the support aligning the Slit
This makes the Tube and Support one piece called the “Assembly”
For additional information see Fig 2 and Fig 3.
The 3D drawing will be used for Rapid Prototyping.
1. I would need a 3D drawing in Autocad, and possibly also in one of the following formats IGES (.igs), and/or SolidWorks (.sldprt) and/or Stl that is generally used for Rapid Prototyping.
2. I will also need the 2D drawing of the Assembly in Autocad.
This design is not to be distributed or used by anyone else without prior permission from me. All items sent to you must be destroyed or returned to me.
Wants:3D Model that is acceptable for Rapid Prototyping
Ask for Sample:Some example of a small product
#2 Sprocket by CADmate
#4 Sprocket Assembly by Christine
#5 Sprocket_1 dwg profile by tsalpha
#6 Sprocket_2 dwg dimesions by tsalpha
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