3D Print Files (STL) for possible ongoing work

  • État: Closed
  • Prix: $100
  • Propositions reçues: 10
  • Gagnant: Ayham4CG

Résumé du concours

The first project is a double clamp (Vice) designed to be used to clamp lumber (2X4) to 1-1/4" square railings and other similarly sized attachment areas. It must incorporate SAE bolts, nuts, etc for additional strength. Bonus if the files can be iterated a few times using FEA methods for more strength with Tough PLA or Carbon Fibre blended filaments to be used in FDM 3D printers.

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“The files look like they will work for 3D printing; the extra part (that I didn't think to ask for) that was very good is that he included both an animation of the assembly as well as a simple bill of materials for the added fasteners required.”

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  • rashid78614
    rashid78614
    • il y a 1 mois

    working

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  • aanyuliansyah87
    aanyuliansyah87
    • il y a 1 mois

    Please wait my entry

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  • Ayham4CG
    Ayham4CG
    • il y a 1 mois

    working on it..

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  • Brennan199
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 1 mois

    UPDATE - Please include the STL file with your entry along with the original 3D file. I'd like to check the winning candidates to make sure the file works in Cura.

    • il y a 1 mois
  • Brennan199
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 1 mois

    ANS: V-Grooves and other types of channels are common in vices. As long as it's not an angle greater than 45 degrees it should print well using a standard 3D FDM printer without using support materials.

    • il y a 1 mois
  • macene16
    macene16
    • il y a 1 mois

    What is the purpose of the V groove?
    Also I think your second section view have some missing details or wrong.
    Please share similar image or exact hand sketches.
    Regards

    • il y a 1 mois
  • Brennan199
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 1 mois

    INSPIRATION - Here is a one piece solid hobby vice (too small for this contest, and not an assembly), but, you can see how it could work if making it larger, using off-the-shelf SAE bolts and nuts, and upgrading the design of the thin sections to be more robust. REF: https://www.walmart.com/ip/Mini-Bench-Vise-Table-Swivel-Lock-Clamp-Vice-Craft-Hobby-Repair-Tool-Jewelers-S2/921247690?athbdg=L1700

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    1. GTLM
      GTLM
      • il y a 1 mois

      Now I understand what you tried to convey in the drawings. Thank you very mcuh!

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  • GTLM
    GTLM
    • il y a 1 mois

    Greetings. Can you please attach more descriptive drawings? From the one you attached it's not clear (at least not for me) what you're looking for. Thanks.

    • il y a 1 mois
    1. Brennan199
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 1 mois

      Hi Leonel - I could but then I wouldn't have a reason to hold a contest, I'd just design it myself. Some of the questions and pictures submitted so far may help you figure out a good way to tackle this. All the best!

      • il y a 1 mois
  • jilvanjil6
    jilvanjil6
    • il y a 2 mois

    hi I've seen the description of the project you are working on. but in the design sketch file that you attached, I don't understand the function of the components behind the clamp area.

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. Brennan199
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 1 mois

      Hi Jilvan - Good question! If it's the side view (the right side of the drawing) then it's just two tabs for possibly mounting the top part of the vice directly to a surface (it doesn't HAVE to have this, but if they werea bolt on part/upgrade, even better). If it's the left side of the drawing, in front of the clamp is a double nut (one possible option) and at the back of the top clamp its a captured nut inside a two part jaw. If going this route (again, just one possible way to make it work) I'd suggest connecting the jaw using smaller nuts and bolts. This design allows you to clamp and unclamp without losing the large threaded nut inside the jaw, but, there might be a better way I've not thought of yet. Hope that helps you and everyone else out.

      • il y a 1 mois
  • MRGRAPH003
    MRGRAPH003
    • il y a 2 mois

    ch you mean a copy or similar as this PANAVISE
    Aluminum Vise Head, V-Grooved Jaw Face, Ribbed Neoprene Jaw Material, 1 7/8 in Jaw Width
    source https://www.grainger.com/product/40N558?ef_id=Cj0KCQiAkZKNBhDiARIsAPsk0WhoAYbR6BTYokI21VLUGG3cThYV2TCKPV0LUZwU8bUpHaXv_CvU2DMaAu_xEALw_wcB:G:s&s_kwcid=AL!2966!3!264955915874!!!g!438993529105!&gucid=N:N:PS:Paid:GGL:CSM-2295:4P7A1P:20501231&gclid=Cj0KCQiAkZKNBhDiARIsAPsk0WhoAYbR6BTYokI21VLUGG3cThYV2TCKPV0LUZwU8bUpHaXv_CvU2DMaAu_xEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds or other ones we have here in the U.S.A?

    • il y a 2 mois
    1. Brennan199
      Titulaire du concours
      • il y a 1 mois

      The top part of this one could be adapted for printing: https://www.grainger.com/product/PANAVISE-Steel-Vise-Head-40N560?opr=APPD&analytics=altItems_40N558

      • il y a 1 mois
  • Brennan199
    Titulaire du concours
    • il y a 1 mois

    OK- Clarifications. It is to be 3D Printed, therefore it must be able to be printed in parts, and assembled as a working, functional double vice. If you know anything about 3D printing, you know that you can embed or add parts (metal parts, like SAE nuts and bolts) to make the piece stronger and more functional. A typical inexpensive printer (Like the Creality Ender 3) can only print inside a 220mm X 220mm area at about 250mm high. My preference is to use the SAE bolts/nuts/etc. as not only a method of holding it together and making it stronger, but also as the main threaded part of the slide. The particular Panavise Ramon G chose (in comments) is not a great example, but it's larger version might be a good start for the top vice only, which must open up wide enough to clamp to a rough 2X4 (the 4" is actually 3.785" or less, so if it doesn't ACTUALLY open up to 4" I'll be ok with that since technically it will clamp to a 2X4). The lower vice must fit over a 1.25" square rail.

    • il y a 1 mois

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