me250w11_labhw5_section05_barntfie_part2

me250w11_labhw5_section05_barntfie_part2 - assembly would...

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Brian Arntfield ME250 W11 Lab Section 005 Lab HW 5 [email protected]
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This is the lamp shade part of my assembly. You would put a light bulb inside of it if it were actually made.
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This is the main pole that everything basically attaches too.
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This is the base to my lamp. It attaches at the bottom of the pole.
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This is one of the small pieces that I use to attach my lampshade to the main pole.
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This is another part that I use to attach my lamp shade to the main pole.
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This is that last small piece to make an assembly to use to attach my lamp shade to the main pole.
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This assembly attaches my lampshade to the main pole.
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This is an assembly of the previous piece and my lampshade so my final
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Unformatted text preview: assembly would not be too confusing to make This is the final assembly of my lamp! I made the lamps shades locked in place facing down so you do not shine the light in your face (no degree of freedom). I did, however make it so you could rotate the lamp shades around the main pole (one degree of freedom). The piece that connects the lampshade to the main pole is locked in place (no degree of freedom). The main pole and bottom piece are free to spin in this assembly (one degree of freedom). If it were a real life assembly, I would make it screw together at the bottom....
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2011 for the course ME 250 taught by Professor Dutta during the Winter '07 term at University of Michigan.

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