There was a time —many years ago in my state—when you did not need to have a college degree to get a Professional Engineers license. You only needed a recommendation from three PE-licensed engineers to take the fundamentals of engineering test and pass it to prove that you understood the basics. Then, after about four or five years of on-the-job experience, you could take the test that covered your discipline, such as electrical or mechanical engineering. If you passed, you were awarded the PE… Continue
Sheet metal Design is a little difference with Solid Model Design.
Basic difference is Sheet metal Design which is based on the uniform or constant thickness material and related process are Press Brake Bending or Stamping etc..
When you start design on Sheet metal Part, you need to think about bending reliefs at the corners and also process flow. If you are working with press brake bending, you need to think about tooling space and set K-factor to .42 or using bending Table from your… Continue
Added by Kratos72 on March 28, 2009 at 6:30am —
CNC SHARK PRO review. Manufactured by Next Wave Automation, distributed by Rockler Woodworking, and controlled by Vectric's V-Carve Pro 4.6 software. This review is uncompensated by any vendor.
SUMMARY. Two thumbs up.
BACKGROUND. In Jan-09 I bought the CNC Shark Pro. Here are my experiences with it, CNC Router specifications I traded-off, and evaluation of competing budget-grade CNC Routers I investigated. My background is 30+ years as a Mechanical Engineer; many of my… Continue
This is a new sheet metal fabrication product designed and marketed by product design consulting firm www.mesolutionshome.com to fill a need for large radii sheet metal corners. For 50 years companies have tried various labor intensive ways to get large radii in their sheet metal products and give up because of the high cost to produce. M.E. Solutions has finally solved the problem with their proprietary "cornerfill" product now availavle in any… Continue
Check out SolidWorks Latest Advertising Campaign, featuring 3 engineers in a contemporary situation comedy format this multi-media campaign is designed to resonate with the social media , online and YouTube generation in a fresh slant on 3D.
Just watch the videos at http://www.solidworks.com/pages/3dudes/
By Richard Williams 3/1/09
You really have to love it when a plan comes together and so it has because it enabled me to write this review. Now that I have found a way to do it with an assist from my wife and with some other things, I can now move forward with my promised reviews of this really wonderful, fully featured and ABSOLUTELY FREE give away by IMSI/Design . What happened lately in the life of this writer is kind of a set back with eyesight. “But, where there is a… Continue