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You can just use individual component and do a Free Body Diagram to solve for the shear force by the cutter. Disregard the momentum side as I don't think
Thanks for thee reply. I dont have any software like illustrator so I guess I just have to go with what Ive got. It looks fine on my computer screen so
Sorry, I know this is a really old thread, but, anyone found the answer to this question?
I know the .808(bh)^.5 is for solid rectangular
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You will not usually get good results with increasing image size, it will get pixelated and blurry. You could try tracing the line illustrations with
Surely it is not illegal to build models of weapons. Or would it also be illegal to draw a weapon then? Anyway good models, however what are you trying
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I need some help in calculating the force at the end of the clamping device (http://imgur.com/6aV5Fxk). I have a pneumatic
Here are a few more renders and some other models.
I dont think there is any danger with a cad model. I plan on going through all of the proper channels before I have any components manufactured.
I hope you've got a license for that... ? Otherwise, if you're making a prototype of it, and you've just told the world, some serious (and heavily armed)
To answer the question, Wildfire 5.0/Elements came after WF4.0. Then came Creo 2.0 and as of last Friday Creo 3.0 (beta version has been out for a few
Pin constraints have been part of "foundation" ProE since at least WF4. I'm on Creo3.0 and it's still there.
The force will change depending on the extension of the links. As they become extended they'll put out more force (or the handle will require less force