The inputs received from the client were in the form of pdf drawing of parts and assemblies.
These complex 2D drawings were studied and the conflicts in the assemblies and in the subassemblies of the parts were identified, reported to the client and resolved after discussions.
- A skeleton design (conceptual design) was prepared in order to form an envelope. This envelope helps identify the length, width and height requirements of the final product which were shared with the customer for making an analysis for the positioning and the space requirements. Changes were made to the design as per the space available.
- A custom frame was prepared in order to obtain the cutting length and cutting angle. This framework helped in reducing material wastage and utilization of frame, enabled us to do corner treatment which in turn reduced the time if any changes are required, and at the same time increased flexibility of work.
- A linking mechanism was created so that any changes made to the design would automatically be incorporated in the final assembly.
- Tests were carried out to detect any collision amongst different parts and modifications were made accordingly.