Try it yourself!
Try it yourself!
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curve driven pattern
3. Assemble one roller to the 1st hole. Go to Insert > Component Pattern > Feature Driven:
Component Pattern= roller
Driving Featute= Curve Driven Pattern
Still remember the company which purchased the 1 millionth license of SolidWorks 3D CAD Software, OGIO?
One of the product that they designed in this company is 180 degree Moto Stand.
The patent pending OGIO 180 moto stand is turning the industry on its head. Unlike previous stands where you had to lift the back of the bike onto the stand, the OGIO 180 does the lifting for you. The rider simply pushes the bike forward and the OGIO 180 does the rest. As the front tire rolls through the framework, the stand rotates 180 degrees and engages and lifts the bike onto the stand. To take the bike off, simply pull the bike back and the OGIO 180 will reverse the motion. Now you’re ready to roll.
The 180 degree Moto Stand is pretty simple. Push your bike through the stand and it rotates to automatically to lift the bike with no need to use your post moto weak and shaky arms to lift at all.
According to source from Internet, this product is selling at MSRP$99.95.
I have downloaded a video of 180 degree Moto Stand from YouTube and share with you.
This is simply one cool, innovative, practical and yet simple design.
I wonder when i will have a idea to design something which is simple, practical, innovative and most important something COOL.....
Maybe sleep more this weekend will help.
Have a nice weekend, my friend!
(I know, my keyboard kinda dirty~)
Notice a window appear? Just say ok to accept it.
There you go, another great tips from wind_walker (风行者)
2. Click on the 2nd tab- Customized hardware Navigate to the Narrow Flat Washer Ansi B18.22 M. Click on the Custom Properties icon. Property Name= Material; Type= List; Link to SW Material. Under material column, browse in Plain Carbon Steel, Brass & Nylon. Under the value, key in Steel, Brass & Nylon. Click OK and tick the check box for material. Save the changes and close up the window.
4. To Have Your Own Standard Toolbox! You can't directly modify the existing toolbox in SolidWorks, what you need to do is to copy another set from the existing standard and modify the copy base own your own requirement. To access the Toolbox configure window again, user can go to Toolbox> Configure…
Under 1st page (Select Hardware), select Ansi Metric from Toolbox Standard, click on ‘Copy Standard” icon. Enter my standard (as example) as the name of the new standard.
8. Dynamically change the length of the fasteners. (User no longer needs to edit toolbox definition in order to change fastener length.)
Hey members, we would like to express our appreciation and gratitude for your participation as followers of “SolidWorks-Malaysia blog”. During these few weeks, we saw tremendous increase in our number of followers in Solidworks-Malaysia.blogspot. We hope that the number of followers will keep increasing in coming weeks.
As we promised earlier, we would like to give a token of appreciation for those who are our blog follower. So this week we will like to announce our very first lucky follower for this week, the first lucky winner is Mr. Gilbert Tay.
On behalf of SW Malaysia Blog committee, we would like to thanks Mr. Gilbert for his contribution and feedback either in SolidWorks Malaysia Blogspot or Solidworks Malaysia Group at Facebook. He has provided the visitors/readers on these sites some fruitful and informative news on SolidWorks throughout his participation.
Mr. Gilbert had won himself a “Limited Edition SolidWorks T-Shirt” from IME Technology Sdn Bhd. We think Solidworks Community is looking forward to see more news from Mr. Gilbert in future.
How about you member? Do you have anything to share with Solidworks Community? Don’t miss this opportunities as we have more more more souvenirs and prizes to be given out...
The Next winner will be announce on next week...
The 3D curve will be select as the direction of patterning when you use the curve driven pattern to get the 2nd row of thorn.