Curved Balcony Designs: Faux Wrought Iron Style, CAD How-To, Prints & Renderings
I wanted to safety test this thing to make sure you could park a subcompact car on it before someone’s grandchildren stand on it.
Rack for baseball bats and helmets, installed in a little league dugout. Slot & Tab sheet metal and square tubing weldment construction, with updates driven by FEA simulation.
Watch a product design become more appropriate for its intent through iterations (lift station / sump hole lid assembly with flanges).
I made these bumpers for a friend’s daughter’s 4-wheeler. Laser-cut 1/8th” plate, sand blasted and powder coated.
This Time They’re Round! A very nice person contacted me and asked me to design a round vent cover for her kitchen.
A person building a new house while living in an older house asked to have new vent covers designed that are appropriately sized for modern HVAC ducting, but keep the ornate beauty and charm of the cold air return grates from their current home.
At work someone asked me to design a “Cold Air Return Vent Cover,” 9 7/8″ x 11 3/4″. I had fun with it, and decided to post photo renderings of the designs. (Created in SolidWorks 2009).
Do cats need houses? Debatable.
Does my wife want her cat to have a house? Yes.
Includes pictures of the 2-Story cozy pet house I designed for our kitty, building tips, and instructional CAD drawings download (PDF). If you’re the least bit handy, you can put one of these together.
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