Technologies: PDF to SolidWorks Model Conversion, SolidWorks Sheet Metal and Weldments assemblies, Model updates as per pictures and client discussions, SolidWorks 2D drawings, BOM, DXF of Sheet Metal part output.
Existing PDF document was inconsistent and unclear, and didn’t account for a newly ordered custom size of the frame. Sheet Metal and Weldment features were used to create the base assembly, after which SolidWorks Toolbox fasteners were added. During client Skype conversations and client provided photo’s, the design was updated to account for shop specific machining and assembly practices, and to account for purchasing with more readily available base parts. Shown here with the Orange Single Battery Box from Project 33.
Drafting + Detailing:
Master and Sub-Assembly Drawings included over-all dimensions, critical dimensions, ISO views with balloons, section views with balloons, and close-up detail views. Individual part views, including ISO and flat patterns were detailed. Part annotations included part number, description, corresponding BOM Balloon number, and quantity. BOM’s included part numbers, descriptions, materials and total quantity. DXF output of the Sheet Metal parts was also provided as per client ‘template’ request.