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echanical M Sioe H. Tan

(425) 941 – 4704

sioe.h.tan@gmail.com


All mechanical drawings in this portfolio were made using Autodesk Inventor


You cannot endow even the best machine with initiative; the jolliest steam–roller will not plant flowers. Walter Lippmann


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Parts are the building blocks of an assembly. These individual parts were built with Autodesk Inventor. Starting

with

two-dimensional

drawings, through the process of pressing and pulling, extracting and subtracting, shelling, filleting and chamfering, I ended up with beautiful three-dimensional objects.


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arts


Various Parts Done With Autodesk Inventor


Various Parts Done With Autodesk Inventor


Projected View and Dimensional Drawing


Projected View and Dimensional Drawing


Projected View and Dimensional Drawing


Projected View and Dimensional Drawing


Projected View and Dimensional Drawing


Projected View and Dimensional Drawing


After building individual parts, I learned to build and assemble many parts into different assemblies. Each of these assemblies was done in Autodesk Inventor as well. It was an exciting experience to place each part with other parts and to see the assemblies came together. The ability of the software to animate the process of the assembly was really interesting.


A

ssemblies


Caster Assembly 1


Caster Assembly 1 : Cross Section & Projected View


Caster Assembly 2


Caster Assembly 2 : Exploded View


Tool Vise Assembly


Tool Vise Assembly : Projected Views & Section View


Tool Vise Assembly : Exploded View


Linkage Assembly : Projected Views & Section View


The objective of this Reverse Engineering Team Project was to graphically rebuild an existing assembly. It involved choosing an existing assembly; disassembling; measuring and hand-sketching each part correctly; dimensioning; recording and reporting our progress to our instructor; building each part with Autodesk Inventor, and finally assembling all the parts with the same software. Each team member was responsible to build his or her own parts correctly so that they would fit with other parts built by other team members. Our team of five chose a tricycle, and completed the project within the assigned time.


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eam Project


Team Project: Reverse Engineering of a Tricycle


Reverse Engineering: Exploded View


Reverse Engineering: Tricycle Parts


Reverse Engineering: Tricycle Part


Reverse Engineering: Tricycle Part


Reverse Engineering: Tricycle Part


Reverse Engineering: Tricycle Part


Reverse Engineering: Tricycle Part


Sioe H. Tan (425) 941 – 4704 sioe.h.tan@gmail.com


Mechanical Portfolio