PriceList for Aluminum Rapid prototyping for Digital Camera for Swiss Factories
PriceList for Aluminum Rapid prototyping for Digital Camera for Swiss Factories Detail:
Description: Aluminum Rapid prototyping Dimension: 120*80*60mm
tolerance : +/-0.05 mm Surface treatment: Hand polishing and painting
Color: natural or custom Application: Industrial Product
Why choose us?
1. More than 11-years experience.
2. ISO9001:2008 certificated.
3. Competitive price and high quality.
4. Custom R&D program coordination.
5. Short Lead Time.
6. Good enterprise culture.
7. Well-rounded after service.
YOUDE Prototype is dedicate to rapid prototyping for 11 years, we have rich experience for rapid prototyping service, we can provide the suitable solution with CNC machining, 3D printing, Silicone Mold Vacuum Casting, Rapid tooling according to your drawing and requirements, and make your idea be prototype in few days, it can save the cost and time for you.
Q1. What is your MOQ?
Re:1pcs, and more is better and cheaper
Q2.Are you a factory or trading company?
Re: We are a factory, We have more than 10 years experiences in a Rapid prototyping business.
Q3.What is your payment term?
Re: T/T, 50% Deposit with P.O.,50% before delivery; For the small amount, we prefer to 100% Deposit with P.O due to the bank transfer fee.
Q4.What is preferred CAD model fomat?
Re: STP is preferred, and X_T IGS, STL or other is available.
Q5:What is your surface treatment?
Re: Painting(spraying),anodizing,e electroplating, brushed, sandblasing, printing,transparent, translucent,rubber,paint,plating and etc.
Q6.What is your material for rapid prototyping?
Re: Abs, polycarbonate(PC),Delring(Pom), PP,PA,PVC,PBT,PE,acrylic(PMMA),aluminum(different grade),PA+30GF,PU(for silicon mold parts),Sheet metal,copper,stainless steel,bass.
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A re-work of a Nerf Vulcan mini-gun by adding spinning barrels. Shot on a Panasonic SD5 and edited in FCE4.
Instructions on building this mini-gun:
I cut the barrel off of the Nerf Vulcan with a bandsaw, leaving the last 2 5/8″ of it and the ridge above it. At that point I separated the gun itself into its two halves by removing the many screws, being careful to note how it all has to go back together. Next, I created the 6 barrel assembly by cutting one length of PVC ½” I.D. tubing into 6 equal lengths at 8 ¼”. I cut one additional piece at 7 to act as a sleeve to cover the center rod, or axel that the barrels turn on. I then cut 4 4″ dia. disks out of MDF (medium density fiberboard) on a bandsaw, 3* out of ½” and 1 out of ¼”, which are the barrel supports. I stacked 2 of the ½” disks, with the ¼” one in the center and using masking tape, I taped them all together. Using a protractor and compass, I laid out the barrel pattern and with a drill-press I drilled the 6 7/8″ dia. holes with a paddle bit for the barrels and one ¼” hole in the center of each for the ¼” dia. threaded rod, which spins the thing. I counter-sank both end pieces slightly so the sleeve covering the threaded rod would stay in the center. I put it all together, using a nut at each end of the rod to pull end pieces against the center sleeve, aligned the barrels and secured them with drywall screws. I painted the barrel assembly, because I knew I wasn’t going to be able to reach everything once I got it together. In order to hold the barrel assembly, and attach it to the gun, I took a piece of 7/8″ wide x 1/8″ steel flat stock (Home Depot), bent it into a J shape large enough to reach both ends and drilled holes just a little larger than the threaded rod. I used skateboard replacement wheel bearings at end of the rod for the assembly to spin on. I used the extra 4″ disk(*) I cut earlier, counter-sunk a whole big enough to hold the skateboard bearing and fit it in behind the plastic, cutting away what I needed to make it fit. The motor that comes with the Vulcan wouldn’t rotate the barrel assembly fast enough for me, so I removed it, and used an old 9v motor out of a battery operated drill that I no longer used. I cut and fit the electric motor into place, wired in series with the trigger switch and added a power adapter plug from Radio Shack, along with the purchase of a 9v Power Adapter. I used a piece of rubber tubing to make the flexible connection between the motors drive-shaft to the threaded rod. I also created a piece of ½” MDF, looking like the figure 8, at the barrel to hold & hide the other skateboard bearing, this was locked off with a locking nut. There was a lot of cutting & fitting to make it all work.
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