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Application of Sun Tzu’s War Techniques on Product Design and Development (part-1)

Well known Sun Tzu’s The Art of War is famous in business and enterprise management…

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Added by Kratos72 on April 25, 2010 at 9:00pm — No Comments

Cable Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part-1 Manual Wire Routing)





This blog is meant for Friends in this Engineering Exchange Society.





Here we go……

There are two ways of Design Approach for the Cable Assembly.

1. Top Down Assembly ( for Complex and Real World Assembly, Define Wire, Connector, from the Diagram and auto routing ,etc….)

2. Bottom up Assembly ( Define Wire ,Connector, Route by Manually)

In this exercise, I will go for Second Method. I prepared some… Continue

Added by Kratos72 on December 29, 2009 at 7:30am — 3 Comments

Sheet Metal Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part -5 Bend and Bend Allowance)



Create Bend command is a simple and effective method in Pro-E Sheet metal design. Just define a line on the flat panel and can see a result of finished bend. Actually It included basic theory and design aspect of sheet metal. For the previous blogs, we created the finished design and result the final flat pattern. But using Bend command is a reverse process and actual process flow of sheet metal. We… Continue

Added by Kratos72 on May 12, 2009 at 2:30am — 6 Comments

Sheet Metal Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part -4 SHELL)











This week I am going to take “SHELL” command as an exercise. Sometimes, my pro-e command approaches are unprofessional and unsystematic.

I created one solid piece part as shown below Picture.

I changed to Sheet metal Application and use as SHELL command (same as Solid) removed the top surface a to become as a open box.…

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Added by Kratos72 on May 3, 2009 at 6:30am — No Comments

Animation with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part –1 Rotation)





I was inspired by sikter’s work (reference:MCADCENTRAL.com ) and his method is really useful when we do technical presentation .I would like to present some simple animation by Pro-E Wild fire 2 Version. But my work quality is RAW state and only for illustration purpose. I am hoping that most of you can be done better than this.



I made a few… Continue

Added by Kratos72 on April 26, 2009 at 8:00am — 2 Comments

Sheet Metal Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part –3 Forming)

Sheet Metal Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part –3 Forming)





Forming (Punch and Die) is a powerful feature in Pro-E Sheet Metal module. It can be simple to execute for Design requirement. I would like to introduce Forming command in the simplest form in this blog.

Design Requirement : Machine Panel with louvers and Four Mounting Features at the corners.

My design plan is to make Louvers by Punch Forming and Mounting… Continue

Added by Kratos72 on April 12, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

Sheet Metal Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part –II Bending Reliefs)

Sheet Metal Design with Pro-Engineer Wild Fire 2 (Part –II Bending Reliefs)





From my previous blog, I created two bending panels but fail to add another panel between two bend panels.

It showed that we need the extra process called bending relief cut to the panels.

Bending relief is a essential feature in Sheet metal module. Sometime, software may not proceed if bending relief cut is not enough. Basic rule is Bending relief… Continue

Added by Kratos72 on April 5, 2009 at 4:00am — 1 Comment

Sheet Metal Design by Pro-Engineer Wildfire 2 (Part I-Basic Panel)

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 — No Comments

Hydra Heat Transfer System

Most of you will already know Heat Pipe Theory.

The higher the vapor pressure of a liquid, the lower the normal boiling

point of the liquid.

Datails on http://www.transterm.ro/overview.htm





Unlike the rate of Heat Conduction at the Metal, Heat can travel at Sonic Speed at the Vapor Condition.

My Design is based on this theory and use the Separator to flow back of… Continue

Added by Kratos72 on March 15, 2009 at 12:54am — No Comments

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