Description:I have a 3d model of an upright that was produced using topology optimisation software. The optimised model provided must be used as a guide to create a parametric CAD model.
The optimised solution will be provided as a solid works file and
I will require the finished CAD model as a SolidWorks file.
I will also provide the original upright design so that you can use it as a reference when creating the new design
I will need the job done by the 15th of october
Wants:The new design must follow the contours of the optimised solution so that the mechanical properties of the new design match those of the optimised design. They must be better than those of the original design
The dimensions of the bearing sleeve and the bosses must remain the same. The total mass of the new design must not be less than 3.79 kg.
The new design must be as two parts (bearing sleeve and main body)
It will be made from AISI 4142 steel (bearing sleeve) and 7075-T6 aluminium alloy
#3 Sleeve and mainbody by CADmate
The Bearing sleeve is 100% done while the Body is 80% done. the outer shape was done you can check on the picture and only the holes is not yet but I can work on it. All parts were fully parametric. you can edit anytime you want. I hope you satisfied on my work. Looking forward to hear from you. Thanks
#5 parametric-surface-modelling by Albertus Putra
#6 parametric-surface-modelling sequel by Albertus Putra
#8 optimized upright assembly by Albertus Putra
#10 simple parametric upright_1 by Albertus Putra
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