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    It is hard to connect two parts together securely...

    It is hard to connect two parts together securely without having anything protruding from them. It's kind of necessary for a temporary joint, otherwise you are asking two flat faces to hold on to...
  2. I don't quite understand the top left sketch. I...

    I don't quite understand the top left sketch. I think it is the view perpendicular to the surface that has been cut, but your lines suggest it is derived from the cross section on the far right. I...
  3. I think you are right about injection moulding...

    I think you are right about injection moulding not being suitable, because you are trying to achieve one large thin feature. I suppose rotational moulding could work instead. Stretch-blow would...
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    Like you said, I think your best bet is to find...

    Like you said, I think your best bet is to find something ready made and cut it to shape, such as 90 ducting joint.

    It's not quite the gauge you are looking for, but using a quick google search,...
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    Sorry, when I was talking about "you" measuring...

    Sorry, when I was talking about "you" measuring time taken and doing the calculation, I didn't mean you sat there with a stopwatch and a calculator. That was just my laziness and shorthand, my fault!...
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    Something based on sonar. If you had a speaker on...

    Something based on sonar. If you had a speaker on the flag pole which emitted a short burst of audible or ultra-sonic sound, and then had a microphone where you were standing, ready to pick up the...
  7. OK, with some digging around I eventually found...

    OK, with some digging around I eventually found some info. I'll put it here for reference, and see if anyone knows or has experienced anything different to what I have found.

    According to a thread...
  8. 110v Center Tapped Earth (CTE) supply query

    Those based in the EU may be more familiar with this, but please provide insight if you know!

    I'm looking for a motor-driven tool to work on a 110v CTE supply, commonly found on building sites in...
  9. Amazing, thanks for this! Yes, the outlet flow...

    Amazing, thanks for this! Yes, the outlet flow rate stated on the diagram is an actual value, and I'm happy to neglect changes in temperature at this point. Oh, and thanks for providing everything in...
  10. Oh! I need to revise my mechanics! :confused:

    Oh! I need to revise my mechanics! :confused:
  11. As I understand it (please someone correct me if...

    As I understand it (please someone correct me if I'm wrong), the clamping force will never be more than the force you are applying. It's just going over a shorter distance so the work input required...
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    I've been brought up on a combination of...

    I've been brought up on a combination of Solidworks and Pro/Engineer (or Creo, as it's now called). I mainly use Solidworks, and when I go back to Creo, there are so many parts of the UI that are...
  13. Thermodynamic Open System Question Regarding Air Reservoirs

    Hey Guys, new member here looking for a little help. I'm a freelance Product Designer that has very little experience with Thermodynamics, and has a client that expects this is a lot easier than it...
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