For existing designs, you could tie in the existing dimensions to a spreadsheet. However, the only thing you can do is to change the dimensions of...
Is there an existing part you like to drive the geometry with?
Was this rendered within Inventor too?
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Duh, let me try again.
A semiconductor bellows assembly modeled in Autodesk Showcase.
The hairdryer was modeled using SolidWorks. Basically I used surface modeling and freeform modeling workflows. It took me slightly over half a day...
Actually, the prototype's already been built.
It's an expensive one, given the processes put into it (EDM, gun drilling, alodine, gold plating,...
Dana is right.
The selection of materials is based mainly on the design requirements and its limits.
I would typically consider the following...
The artifact's actually a wafer chuck. ;)
Not sure what's going on with the image host server.
Here's another attempt.
A cartoon character (Blender from Futurama) based on two different software.
My thumbdrive cap
A remote control...
Here's a portion of my 2-D drawing.
This part has a lot of holes in it.
Another render... this time its a lift mechanism for transporting wafers.
Here's a some of my hairdryer concepts rendered with PhotoWorks.
A suggestion here.
How about a link to the calendar from the Home page?
The CTE is 13 microns/meter-Deg C, which is also equal to 0.000013 meter/meter Deg-C. This is the rate of expansion per deg C change.
For 180 C...
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I made a mistake in my earlier post. The linear expansion should be .445mm instead.
As Dominic stated in his earlier posts, the CTE is 13...
Here's a link to various design guides:
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