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Manage the semte student machine shop at ASU, since Feb 2008, mentoring students in the use of equipment and manufacturing processes used in the shop. Associates Degree in Prototype and Design (Model Making) 1983-85, 2009 Worked as a model maker for 20+ years at SOM, Niven Marketing, DCI Marketing, Frog Design, IDEO to name a few. Worked for SolidWorks VAR 3 yrs as Tech Support and Trainer Have instructed SolidWorks and surfcam at the Community College and at ASU Also help out a custom motorcycle builder here in Phoenix for fun.
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For the 1200 KV Motor the problem is on one surface, it has what is called "Zero Thickness Geometry". It is surface 107, the hole face is at the same level as the planer face. The part was modeled in one of the solid software's that allow this like…
@ Kevin here for a standard seat that would be a little over 2 years because of the $500 penalty per year and the subscription cost =$1795\yr. * 2 = $3590. new seat is $3995. I know many a machine shop that don't update for 3 to 5 years and now I …
how can we change if we picked to wrong type.
I want an option to not keep the equation, because as a machinist we get hand sketches and have a lot of running dimensions from students and faculty. just need to get the final number and if I have to change the dim, I do not care about all the di…
Paul, just need simple calculator to do the math because maybe I don't have a one handy, so in the dimension field i would type, 2.345-1.365 +.65875 hit enter and it sets the dim in the field, don't need to hold onto the equation just calculate it …