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    Show us your solidworks models

    as above, I have a few. Ill upload in a min.
    3D scanning
    3D modelling
    Structural certification
    3 and 5 axis milling

    #2
    look familiar lol
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    3D scanning
    3D modelling
    Structural certification
    3 and 5 axis milling

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      #3
      I had some pretty cool end centrifugal pumps that I drew at Pump Tech. Alas that PC stayed there.
      2017 Ford Ranger XLT (Jeep Wrangler recovery vehicle)
      2007 KTM 250 SX

      Originally posted by Monza
      I've never considered myself the type of guy to eat arse but I am currently reviewing that policy

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        #4
        I have got a bunch of turbo related models that i created when spare time use to exist.

        this is the manifold design im in the middle of constructing:




        And this is a screenshot from the largest solidworks job i did at my previous work; It was the largest manufacturing job i think they had done in many years. If anybody on here is on or has been on Lite 'n' Easy meals the past 2 years then their food would of gone through this machine.

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          #5
          I could show you, but then I'd have to kill you...
          "Where can we get hold of a Vincent Black Shadow?" "Whats that?" "A fantastic bike," I said. "The new model is something like two thousand cubic inches, developing two hundred brake-horsepower at four thousand revolutions per minute on a magnesium frame with two styrofoam seats and a total curb weight of exactly two hundred pounds."

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            #6
            Top end of a drag engine. (not solidworks)

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              #7
              WTF does that plant do commotion? is that a massive spiral conveyor that takes the food for a ride?


              Billet turbo compressor (not SW again)
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                #8
                Gmh265: what software were they done on?
                It's 2 retention spirals, they each sit inside a blast freezer running at -40 deg. It takes 2 hours from when the product enters to when it leaves, frozen to the centre. I believe they are the largest in the southern hemisphere. They are all made from stainless except for the platform. I spent my fair share of time inside the freezer during commissioning and after that during the warranty period. It's definately not a pleasant temperature to work in.

                A note though, we found at that temp you can weld straight over snow, no need for cleaning it off. There must be enough energy for it to skip the liquid state.

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                  #9
                  Software is Delcam Powershape. It is a very powerful surface modeler but lacks any simulation or FEA ability and is pretty soft when working with solids/parametric models. I wish that I had started with solidworks back in the day, but I did not have that option at the time. I have just started to play with solidworks this week actually at home. The CAM side of Delcam (PowerMill) is very good though.

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                    #10
                    The detail in the head is great, looks like a NRE head.

                    I dont have much experience with solidworks and Surfaces, it does seem quite limited in its ability but you might be able to get plugins for it.
                    I have some pics of turbo models that i put together so i can model up my turbo manifolds and check clearances etc before starting work on them.

                    GT42r


                    T04z


                    GT35r



                    Drawing with Speedflow part numbers:

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Commotion View Post
                      The detail in the head is great, looks like a NRE head.
                      It is an NRE head

                      Those turbo models are beautiful... Nerd porn right there!

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                        #12
                        U work for em or a v8 team?

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                          #13
                          yeah I work there. I just saw some bullet references in some of your other posts, are you pez'z mate?

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                            #14
                            is that a spiral for freezing?

                            Originally posted by Commotion View Post
                            I have got a bunch of turbo related models that i created when spare time use to exist.

                            this is the manifold design im in the middle of constructing:

                            this is the earthmoving equipment that i was working on for the old man:



                            And this is a screenshot from the largest solidworks job i did at my previous work; It was the largest manufacturing job i think they had done in many years. If anybody on here is on or has been on Lite 'n' Easy meals the past 2 years then their food would of gone through this machine.

                            3D scanning
                            3D modelling
                            Structural certification
                            3 and 5 axis milling

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                              #15
                              Gmh265: yeah went to uni with pez
                              Playa: yeah blast freezing

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