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    Discussion in 'Your mechanical design work' started by JC_Biggs, Jan 20, 2011.

    1. JC_Biggs

      JC_Biggs Active Member

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      The pistons are For a MMC piston project, made from AMC 225XE (great stuff) Currently waiting on these bad boys to be machined. They should weigh in at 75% or so of normal 2024 pistons. (plus a few % for extra meterial removal) by the way, this isnt even close to what the final product actually looks like, just they only image i have handy haha

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      the rims was just a fun thing i did for the heck of it
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      the third drawing is a project currently underway with wonderland tattoo. Its an ambidextrous design tattoo machine with more adjustabilty than any other machine on the market. Its at the waterjet as we speak :D (cant wait for this one, several units presold) thats about it for now.
       
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    3. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Great work. Is this all Solidworks with Photoview360? Is the ambidextrous design tattoo machine something you're manufacturing & marketing yourself?
       
    4. JC_Biggs

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      yes, its all SW. and the tattoo machine is wonderland tattoo's baby. it was the owners design/idea but i am doing all the drawings, machining, and technical bits.
       
    5. GarethW

      GarethW Chief Clicker Staff Member

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      Great job. Is the design protected?
       
    6. JC_Biggs

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      nope lol but its cool.. if anyone steals it, we got something better ;)
       
    7. kevin136

      kevin136 Well-Known Member

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      Terrific! full of confidence:p
       
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      These are good renderings! Do you use any other software for rendering?
       
    10. K.I.S.S.

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      Hi JC,

      Hope you''re aware that high performance pistons are Ellipsoidal in section and Toroidal in profile?
       

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