Tuesday, 2 November 2010

Making things cheaply

The following pictures are of a ripper tooth designed in turbocad.
It is easy to see how the lines in the drawing can be used to make it via a cam program.
People often forget that the data that goes with the image is key to making the particular item. The image quality is so good that it is easy to forget that it is purely there for the human eye.

Hidden line mode, It hides the lines from a particular view

What it looks like in wire frame mode

Early stages of design

Ripper tooth designed in turbocad

Here is the actual ripper tooth after a demonstration in a quarry

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Fitted to a 70 tonne caterpillar.

Concrete beam splitter designed in turbocad.

Fully closed position.

Full animation is possible of the moving jaw

turbocad v 15 professional

Weight is about 2 tonnes.

Recycling attachment in the design stage.

Two grabs for sale quick hitch fitting only.

Recycling attachments

The original screen designed in turbocad

Drive detail

Top soil screen designed in turbocad.

Under manufacture

Oxygen bottle.

Our bread and butter recycling grabs

Welding torch in turbocad professional

Hydraulic shear for refurbishment