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De Montfort University | ENGD1019 -Computer Aided Engineering – Assignment 3 | |

P. J. Prickett
3/27/2014
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Solid models of all the components

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The following dimensions have been put into place to ensure that the depth of the ridges are kept the same. Doing this will reduce all forms of likelihood of any abnormalities occuring when the driver worm is connect to the gear.

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Here are the three stages of the creation of the driver worm. A sketch round the x axis of 360 degrees was drawn followed by a mirror bein created by the datum plane for the seep that was to be made.
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The exact same steps were repeated in this stage, the only differences being a few dimensions and a change in the directions of the sweeps. To be more specific the difference in this case between the plane and the sweep was 6, this was to ensure that the heical sweepes were at an eaqual distance from each other in order for the two distances to stay equal when the overall size is changed. Doing this removes the likelhood of any mechanical issues.

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Each of the 5 parts shown above are all derived from the centre of circles. Because they are each from the same centre circles they all then contain associativity from the same cross section of planes.

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These are the creation and extrudes on the sides of the casing the bottom one is in a fixed position right at the bottom of the casing if it was to move problems with the final assembly may occur

Here the m8x1 holes are made with radial dimensions and are 45degrees to the plane and 50 away from the respective centre points. These hold association because they stay in the same position in terms of angle.
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These extruded holes hold associativity with the extruded holes on the other…...

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