February 2009 Blog Posts (6)

Hyperbole E-newsletter http://www.legeradv.com/h5/


Added by Jaime Leger on February 28, 2009 at 10:34am — No Comments

Desperately needed: the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild

When I was in grade school, my buddies and I spent a considerable amount of time discussing what cars would look like in the next model year. Our imaginations were boundless. Finally, we were really excited to see these new beauties on the road, and it was even more exciting when we could talk our dad or uncle into buying one of our favorite models for the family.

Those were the ‘50s and ‘60s — when all car makers gave us exciting styles and colors that were classy, distinctive, and… Continue

Added by John R. Gyorki on February 25, 2009 at 7:34am — 12 Comments

New Ways to Mate Parts

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Whether it is improving the feel of surgical scissor adjustment, collaborating to develop innovative fastening systems, improving joint consistency, or finding reliable retaining, check out these innovations in fastening.

In any assembly, you must connect pieces together—somehow. Exactly how you accomplish this goal opens the door to innovative thinking. Here’s a look at several recent developments.

Joint… Continue

Added by Leslie Langnau on February 20, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Share ProENGINEER files


If you want to download or share your existing 3D ProE files, drawings and assemblies, you can do so on www.3dlogix.com

Have a look around, your activity on that site will allow it to grow and reach many more designers like yourself.


Added by Steve Roumeliotis on February 20, 2009 at 12:09pm — No Comments

How to Design a Custom Brushless PM Motor

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When off-the-shelf motors can’t meet the specs, you might have to go custom, but it’s not as bad as it used to be.

Pilotless aircraft engine controls and avionics have joined with the “X-box” and miniature motor-control devices and graphics displays to create a new generation aircraft designated the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle or UAV. Aerial vehicle names like… Continue

Added by Marshall Matheson on February 19, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Load Control via Bellows Couplings

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For years, bellows couplings have been a mainstay for efficient motion systems because they offer high torsional stiffness, low moment of inertia, and minimal restoring forces under misalignment. They may help maintain tight control over loads, which is especially critical when considering that the flexible coupling often represents the point of least stiffness in an electromechanical system. In this… Continue

Added by Marshall Matheson on February 5, 2009 at 4:41pm — No Comments

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