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  • gsanandian's Avatar
    Yesterday, 18:38
    Hi Mr.Maurice Graham I'd like to avail myself for required position Kindly provide role & functions of concerned position
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  • K.I.S.S.'s Avatar
    Yesterday, 17:07
    No problem Gareth, Good luck with the design - I've also designed a few security seals in the past, and I've had a lot of experience in this field, including the bypassing of them. Let me know if you'd like some unbiased advice - you'd be amazed at some of the tricks people will try to overcome them, including (and I'm not kidding) urinating on them in a cold environment to make the polypropelene expand (that's why a polyethelene insert is sometimes a good idea..) K.I.S.S.
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  • Dovile's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:13
    Für unsere bundesweiten Standorte suchen wir Testingenieure (m/w) im Bereich Fahrzeugtechnik. Ihre Aufgaben *In Ihrer neuen Tätigkeit sind Sie verantwortlich für die Planung und Durchführung der Testung mechatronischer Systeme. *Sie legen Teststrategien, -Umfänge und Testumgebungen in Rücksprache mit den Kunden fest. *Darüber hinaus betreuen Sie die Testdurchführung und dokumentieren den Testfortschritt anhand der Testergebnisse. *Neben der Präsentation der Ergebnisse und leiten hieraus Inhalte für das Testhandbuch ab. Ihr Profil *Ihr ingenieurswissenschaftliches Studium im Bereich Elektrotechnik, Maschinenbau oder Mechatronik haben Sie erfolgreich abgeschlossen.
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  • mymachineinfo's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:23
    Hello, for reference, visit my blog at http://www.mymachineinfo.com/2015/05/plastic-recycling-machine-by-crusher.html hopefully its can help u, thanks
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  • Paul T's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:57
    Is the magnetic spectrum perpetual throughout the universe or just this planet?
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  • Paul T's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:54
    Did man invent time? Is it perpetual?
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  • Paul T's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:48
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  • tmer1's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:31
    Thanks Erich, you're right I am overthinking this a bit. I have a working prototype already that I am testing. Its going well :) the game is fun! It's just that aesthetic considerations are quite important for this product and I want my 2nd proto to look and be quite close to the final. P.S: I noticed when I leave a small neodymium magnet (5mm diameter x 2mm height) flush on the board its attraction can become stronger after a day or more left there. What is this effect? and do I need to do something about this?
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  • Paul T's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 19:41
    He did make it with CAD drawings, parts list, videos and website with the maths. Written in English and Russian. Two things that I observe to be perpetual. Gravity, light and time. Although I have read that time was a concept made up by man. Whatever made gravity, the electromagnetic spectrum and light was far smarter and powerful than we will ever dream of!!!!! I have posted evidence throughout the thread. Thanks, Paul
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  • K.I.S.S.'s Avatar
    22nd May '15, 18:50
    Paul, One of the things that Isaac Newton discovered was this - if you take a gun with a bullet in it and point it straight ahead of you, then pull the trigger, but at the same time have your other hand at the same height holding a bullet that you drop at the same instant you pull the trigger, then both the bullet fired out of the gun and the bullet you dropped will hit the ground at exactly the same time. This has been proven - it's not trickery. The Earth is round (this has also been proven, unless you're a member of the Flat Earth Society, in which case you belong in a rubber room). So Newton though this - what if you have a really, really powerful gun that can shoot a bullet as fast as the Earth can spin? He didn't realise it fully at the time, but he'd just invented the concept of 'orbit'. Think of the International Space Station - it orbits the Earth, but stays at approximately the same height above the surface of the planet - how? This concept may be a little...
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  • CPPMable's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 18:00
    In Creo: Go to analysis tab --> Mass Properties --> Click the eye glasses button lower left corner --> Center of Gravity with respect to default coord will be giving in XYZ. You can select a different coordinate system if you prefer.
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  • Paul T's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 17:49
    The inventor claims an input less than 1500 watts and an output of 3000 watts.
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  • Erich's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 16:32
    When you cut the colorbond, the edges of the part will have no protective coating and it will rust. Now an indoor game is not going to rust to the point that it is flaking and falling apart but it will get some orange discoloration along the edges. Any grade of steel can be painted, its all about the cleaning and surface prep. If you want a painted look, a plain carbon steel with paint will be much cheaper in volume than Stainless steel. SS is great for prototypes and low volume because you don't have to bother with coating and finishing. Just clean the part and it is ready to go. In low volume the labor to make the parts is the vast majority of the cost. Minimizing the steps to a finished part lowers cost.
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  • Dovile's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 12:27
    -Supporting internal and external customers with mechanical design solutions -Senior level so must have extensive mechanical engineering experience About Our Client Acro Aircraft Seating are an innovative, award winning and rapidly expanding business. They are already one of the world's leading integrated manufacturers of aircraft seating, fusing ergonomic design with comfort and simplicity. They have a proven track record of delivering leading edge seating systems to the aircraft industry in short lead times. Their core design values of simplicity, elegance, honesty and intuitiveness applied in the design and manufacture of their specialist products serve a number of OEMs, aircraft manufacturers and airlines across the globe. They are based near Gatwick. Job Description Accountability:
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  • tmer1's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 11:50
    Edit: I was told it may be a good idea to get pieces cut in mild steel then electroplate the lot in a barrel.. is this better then getting a stainless steal variety ? Here in Aus many companies offer up a product they just call colorbond 0.55mm. I think this is the official description of this steel hybrid: https://www.bluescopesteel.com.au/files/dmfile/ColorbondSteelDatasheetRev13Dec2013.pdf Will Colorbond be a good choice for me?
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  • dennis muthomi's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 10:17
    what does it do , as in the output?
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  • Paul T's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 09:34
    Maybe what you are saying is right and I'm overthinking it. One thing we know as fact is if one side of a pair of tipping scales is heavier the heavier side will fall. The heavier the difference the faster it will fall. The part that has yet to be proven is the inventor claims to have invented a device that uses the acceleration from this fall to swing pendulums fitted with one way clutch bearings into a continuous loop. I used to believe having the heavy flywheels were helping but I now realise it has the opposite effect. How can I make a wheel to hold my existing pendulums as light and strong as possible?
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  • dennis muthomi's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 09:31
    i am from kenya recent mechanical eng graduate in a local university. pleasure to be here i look forward to our interactions
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  • tmer1's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 06:12
    Ok, iv'e fixed my request to sound more professional and I am getting more replies. Something I need to find out now is what grade of stainless steel is most suitable. The 400's series is magnetic so is the obvious choice, but in the series there are many varieties. If I want the pieces to be painted on top with acrylic paint, which grades are suitable and not suitable? Please advise!
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  • vnmanpower's Avatar
    22nd May '15, 03:48
    A long struggle for independence has given the Vietnamese a deep sense of national pride and hard-working spirit. And Vietnam Manpower Trading and Service joint-stock Company (VMST) is proud to be one of the leading company specializes in providing Vietnamese workers to overseas. With a lower price and an unlimited resource, Vietnamese workers now have become the first choice of all employers in the world, such as: Middle East, Russia, Malaysia, Korean, Japan, etc. Every year, VMST sends about thousands of Vietnamese workers in all types of fields: construction (mason, painter, blaster, welder, etc.), transportation (private driver, Heavy Equipment Operators), Manufacturing, etc. and always receive the trust and compliment as the leading headhunter from our customers
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  • JackYan01's Avatar
    21st May '15, 18:02
    Have a knowledge of the plastic blowing mold Plastic blowing mold is mainly the hollow blow molding. With the help of gas pressure, the hot melt parison can be formed into the hollow products in the closed mold. Except the plastic injection mold, the hollow blow mould is the third most common way of making plastic products. Compared to injection moldings, blow mould only has two die parts. Usually, the two parts are same. So the blow mold and blow machine have a low cost and are easy to be made. What’s more, some products with complex shape can be made well by the plastic blowing mold. The hollow products have been used widely in our life. These products are different types of bottles for people drink water, for cars storage water, chairs for seating, toys for children playing and so on. With the high speed development of plastic hollow blow molding and the large using in the market, more new technologies will be used to plastic blow industry to improve it and get a futher...
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  • bin95's Avatar
    21st May '15, 17:22
    To expand the business, a better option than creating one or a few more products by re-packaging, if to use technology to let customer customize product. (IE: a website where they buy in packs of 10, they pick which ten.) Then you also have advertising review form website. Then you build on it, communities, clubs, etc. Another, but more difficult approach is to build a new industry of which the card manufacturing is a part. (I/E coffee table with collector cards displayed on top, etc.) Partnerships with existing compatible businesses.
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  • bin95's Avatar
    21st May '15, 17:13
    Here is another resource https://www.linkedin.com/grp/post/79953-6001696340856356867 Hedy could turn out to be a good goto expert for you.
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  • GarethW's Avatar
    21st May '15, 14:31
    Hi K.I.S.S, thanks for your reply. The screw should stand proud and should be removable somehow for rework. The resin idea is novel, but we want to avoid adhesives and such on the production line. The pull tight security seal is also a nice idea thanks, but the geometry of the enclosure does not allow it. A special screw with cap that has to be destroyed to be removed is still my ideal solution. If only I could find one... In the meantime I've done my own design of special screw and cap and I'm getting a quote!
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  • Theliban Aravindan's Avatar
    21st May '15, 09:47
    Dear All, Can any one teach me to find out the centre of gravity for an space frame chassis in creo or ansys.:confused:
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  • Tord's Avatar
    21st May '15, 09:19
    Try too look in here they have many solutions for mechanical manufacturing and designing http://www.sopranotech.com/products-plastic-injection.php
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  • Adioz's Avatar
    21st May '15, 04:53
    2000 posts for a veteran member!!!!!! well.... doable if I stop playing DOTA 2 and start taking my studies a bit more seriously.:cool:
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