SPROCKET RETAINER FACE GRINDER
Design Problems Final Project
Created to address efficiency and safety concerns with existing sandpaper face grinding operation
Assembly consists of purchased as well as designed/machined parts
Machined parts designed in SolidWorks, laid out in Mastercam, and machined on HAAS Mini Mills
Designed to reduce input speed (3450rpm) to 33rpm, taking into account factors of torque, material properties, applied forces, minimization of teeth interference, and size restrictions.
3D PRINTING DESIGN WORK
Created for use with a hydroponics system, this assembly is a two-stage filter to keep particles from clogging up the pump. Designed in SolidWorks, printed with standard PLA on a Monoprice IIIP.
Solved the problem of mounting a handheld vacuum on a vertical surface. Designed in SolidWorks, printed with black PLA on a Snapmaker A350.
Intended for use on jugs that tend to leak when pouring. Designed in SolidWorks and printed in clear PLA on a Snapmaker A350.
Solved a home challenge of creating a surface on which a clipboard could be mounted on a treadmill. Involved measuring very specific dimensions to fit the final part. Designed in SolidWorks, printed on a Monoprice IIIP.
Custom part designed to attach above security lights on shed, diverting rainwater to keep it from triggering the lights' motion sensors. Designed in SolidWorks, printed on a Monoprice IIIP.
Simple part intended to serve as a wall mount for small air horns (used in case of emergency). Designed in SolidWorks, printed on a Snapmaker A350.