- Nitto Style ¼’’ BSP Male CouplerNitto Style ¼’’ BSP Male Coupler This is my first assembly in Fusion 360 and I would be greatful to receive comments from more experienced people. I am reasonable happy with how the model turned out but I did encounter a couple of challenges: a) Sprint motion would have been useful b) Modelling the flat ends of each spring seems a little clumsy in Fusion 360 c) Joining two threaded components could be more natural in Fusion 360
- Hybrid e-bike kitSelf Sustainable E-bike conversion kit with Solar Charging and Pedal Assist Charging An Electric bike uses electric motor for the purpose of moving. On this bike people does not have to use their muscular force to move. It is a self-sustainable bike as it charges itself through solar charging and pedal assist charging. Extensively uses renewable resources for its functioning. It is a front wheel drive with the main part as Brushless DC Hub motor. Other parts include the motor controller, batteries, solar panels, bridge rectifier, charge controller, brake lever and accelerator. The main advantages of E bike being that it is economical and environment friendly. Lesser stress on the rider while riding. It will help in avoiding traffic congestions in rush hour. And it is commute of the future.
- Traction AssemblyPart track, part wheel. Maybe steam punk. There's a good Fusion 360 tutorial about motion driven joints that I wanted to try. So I searched Google Patents for landing gear in general to get a feel for modeling one. But I couldn't find anything that matched the way I thought to apply traction. Inspirational elements were taken from the Golden Bottle Brush design, GeoOrbital Wheel (awesome kickstarter idea), and an Antonov-225. The assembly is missing a couple of drive chains and a drive shaft.
- Marine AlternatorNot to scale, Created from memory, Did not have a spare alternator At Hand to get The scale Accurate. As shown in the Exploded Views Each component Is made individually then assembled. This is an ongoing Project and I will be updating it from time to time As new components are created or modified then added.
- PROJECT REDRO - 134This is my concept of search and rescue drone. It can be used for many operations mainly: >Search and rescue during natural disasters >Or by armed forces It can move both on land and air giving more degree of freedom and a greater advantage. Operation: (during a natural disaster) *First it flies to the affected area and lands. *Then using its leg it starts moving around and starts to scan the area through its thermal camera and sends the feedback to the operator. Also cause of its compact design it can move under debris and narrow passage and have a better look at what is happening underneath. These sort of drones can make a difference in search and rescue operation where precision and time on locating the target (like people) matters. And in case if the operator looses control it can be located through its GPS or just come back to you by its autopilot mode which also works through GPS.
- Bicycle pedalI've been using Autodesk's new software ReMake (previoulsy Memento). It allows you to take pictures of real life objects and turn them into mesh files that then are brought into Fusion 360 and converted to T-Splines! I've been having a lot of fun this this workflow. This is an example of a pedal that was brought into ReMake. In there I was able to clean the geometry and dd extra ribs. Then I brought the file into Fusion where I added holes to insert a cap and a bolt. You can check out the tutorial here: https://youtu.be/dkbNwJhjq64
- FlashlightI've been using Autodesk's new software ReMake (previoulsy Memento). It allows you to take pictures of real life objects and turn them into mesh files that then are brought into Fusion 360 and converted to T-Splines! I've been having a lot of fun this this workflow. This is an example of a flashlight with a curved handle that was originally made out of foam an clay. The cool thing is that I don't have to "rebuild" the handle... I can simply import it as mesh and blend it with Fusion360 geometry. You can check out the tutorial here: https://youtu.be/7F01N6zZOdo
- Champagne glassI've been able to play with Autodesk's new software ReMake (previoulsy Memento). It allows you to take pictures of real life objects and turn them into mesh files that then are brought into Fusion 360 and converted to T-Splines! I've been having a lot of fun this this workflow. This is an example of a pine cone that I captured and used for creating a champagne glass. You can check out the tutorial here: https://youtu.be/eb8CIoT_PEk
- Copper dies for spark-erosion of an Inconel 718 miniature gas turbine vane setThe underlying project is to build a miniature gas turbine with a back-back centrifugal layout. This sub-project concerns the manufacture of the turbine-exitvanes, out of Inconel 718, which I can't mill - but I can spark-erode. The fairly complicated 3D blade shapes and the G-code are calculated in some C# coding I did. This C# code also produces meshes. Theseare then used in Fusion 360 (.OBJ file, Insert Mesh, and two conversions to get a B-Rep) to cut the shape shown here, using Split Body. The blue pattern is a seperate mesh produced by the C# code. It represents the movements of the mill in one of the eight slots. At the back are fixing holes and holes for EDM fluid passage.
- Particle PhotonThe design is my own but the product depicted is from Particle IO. All materials have been modeled allowing thermal and mechanical studies. From Particle's website: The Photon is a $19 development kit for creating Wi-Fi connected products. It's based on Broadcom's WICED architecture, and combines a powerful STM32 ARM Cortex M3 microcontroller and a Broadcom Wi-Fi chip.