Make this part manufacturable

  • Status: Closed
  • Prize: €50
  • Entries Received: 8
  • Winner: UshaIslam

Contest Brief

I want someone to redesign this in solidworks - Meaning:

1- Redesign this in SolidWorks
2- make it manufacturable (CNC or 3D):

For both set up: The parts need to be assemblable to each other, two parts minimum

- Minimum 2-3 mm wall thickness at all times. Maximum of 6 mm, except two shells in the lower part, that can also be simplified - up to designer
- Adjust the total size of the part to 70 cm total lenght.
- Make things simpler, make a hole instead of the 8 pipes coming out as long as the holes are in.
- Make injectors, and pipes and other things that were made to show, need to be ISO elements
- reduce the complexity of the inner section to have only two parts that can be electrically charged with seperate voltages (anode inner engine, outer engine cathode)

- Wall thickness bigger than 1.5 mm
- Reduce all angles to a minimum of 55o (respect the horizontal axis) and split
part into multiple bodies.
- For bridges make a smooth transition
- For horizontal cooling channels/holes use teardrop shape.

- send a half cut photo

Here is the STL File:

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Public Clarification Board

  • suherman00
    • 4 months ago

    Please about double number 6 entered.

    • 4 months ago
  • alilisaus
    Contest Holder
    • 4 months ago

    People who ask for guaranteed will not be awarded.

    • 4 months ago
  • vadimdamka
    • 4 months ago

    There is nothing in your Google Drive. Please check.

    • 4 months ago
  • deepakgautam41
    • 4 months ago

    Hi, Can't find anything on the shared drive. Can you re-share the data? Thanks

    • 4 months ago

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