ENGR 105, 11.2 Proto

ENGR 105, 11.2 Proto - ENDG 105 Spring 2009 Class 11.2...

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ENDG 105 Spring 2009 ENDG 105 Spring 2009 Class 11.2 Class 11.2 April 8, 2009 April 8, 2009 Rapid Prototyping – Using Inventor to create REAL solid models When I die, I want to be asleep like my grandfather, not screaming in terror like the passengers in his car.
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Why did Texas choose orange as their team color? They can wear their shirts more often!! They can wear it to the game on Saturday Hunting on Sunday and To their job picking up trash along the highways the rest of the week. RAT
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Learning Objectives Learning Objectives Draw an Inventor part and make a solid model using a solid model printer.
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Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping is a process that takes designs created with CADD systems and transforms them into physical objects by bonding small cross sections together to create the part. The interface between the software and the rapid prototyping machine is the .stl file (stereolithography).
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Rapid Prototyping Rapid Prototyping “Rapid” is a relative term. Depending on the complexity and size of your part, it may take over 24 hours to build… …which is still faster than having a machinist make a prototype of your part with metal.
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