Concept tool design

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  • Prix: $200
  • Propositions reçues: 4
  • Gagnant: Yohanesujang

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It really important you have a basic understanding of tools. (wrenches, sockets, sprockets, gears, etc) I already have a basic inner workings of the tool, with some changes that need to be made. The gears that turn the sprockets need to be larger for more torque, with more aggressive teeth. From sprocket to sprocket will be 6" long and 3/4" wide, , the solid round bar on the end is roughly 2.5" long



On top of that, I will need a housing design to incase the tool

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  • artriant
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    Good choise

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  • chancejenson
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    Slight change of plans. Other contestants gave me an idea. I want to eliminate the forward sprocket and chain all together, then add a 3/8" drive to the backside of the rear sprocket. I will use the drive to attach regular sockets. And I wont loose torque between the 2 sprockets.

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  • artriant
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    Hello few questions: Is the tool intented for specific size bolts, or you want to be able to adjust different heads on it? Is the purpose of this design production? If you doing something experimental, we can simplify. Do you need a holder? Have you considered non metalic casing?

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    1. chancejenson
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      Yes the tool will be specific sizes, ranging from 1/4" to 1" diameter. So they will come in a set, but thats further down the line. So the tool will not be adjustable. I will also need a casing for it, what the finished product will look like.

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  • abdurrazzak71
    abdurrazzak71
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    Please Cheak my make Entry #3

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  • chancejenson
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    I added a few pictures of a ratcheting wrench, this tool essential does the same thing, but its not powered by a drill. the housing that I'm picturing for my tool will look relatively similar. It will cross of the tool in the pictures and the one I listed below in the comments. I hope this kind of gives you a better idea of what I'm envisioning.

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  • chancejenson
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    http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/tight-fit-tools_2264_10397259 this is an example of a tool ( similar but not the same type of tool) that is chucked up into a drill , it will be used in the same manner

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  • chancejenson
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    that site will show you more of what im thinking with the gears

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  • chancejenson
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    http://www.mbwtusa.com/images/motivegear/motive%20r&p.jpg

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  • chancejenson
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    Sorry the housing needs to encase (not increase my fault) the tool, (sprockets and gears). The sprockets would roughly be 3/4" wide, exact diameter isnt important. The gears that turn the sprockets need to be at least triple the size of the current picture. This tool is designed to be put in the end of a drill and to tighten or losen bolts. So it needs to be aggressive enough to generate the torque needed. But not to the point it makes the tool too bulky

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  • Yohanesujang
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    what is the sprocket diameter? is it 3/4"?

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  • Bestalex26
    Bestalex26
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    Explain yourself when you say: housing design to increase the tool, example?

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  • Bestalex26
    Bestalex26
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    What is the final file with which you want it delivered, jpeg, obj, png? I use 3d max for this job.

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  • Bestalex26
    Bestalex26
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    For what purpose do you want it?

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  • Bestalex26
    Bestalex26
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    Tomorrow I start making proposals

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