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A CAD/Photoshop render that demonstrates the mixing method used in the device
Every component that requires user interaction is coloured orange to provide a more intuitive experience.
A render demonstrating a typical usage scenario for the device
A short demonstration of the assembly process required to connect the top and bottom sub-assemblies. The other fittings of the device are combinations of interference fits and ultrasonically welded sections.
An exploded view showing each part.
This is a small selection out of the 40 page drawing package that I created for the Duo dispenser. The package included an engineering drawing for each component as well as assembly and general arrangement drawings.
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Duo Dispenser

A project I completed as part of my 'Advanced product engineering design' module at the start of my third year of university. The design process was heavily CAD based as physical modelling was challenging as I no longer had access to any rapid prototyping machines.

Comments (4)
  • Thanks Kyle. Yeah, it's just the CAD model rendered over a plane with my drawing applied to it. It's not particularly useful but I love the final result!

    7 years ago

  • That Engineering drawing wow! Is that CAD model rendered over a Engineering Drawing Decal?

    7 years ago

  • Thanks Haiden! The render was produced in Keyshot and I added the fluids in photoshop.

    7 years ago

  • That cross section is mean. Nice job! May I ask which render program you use?

    7 years ago

  • That cross section is mean. Nice job! May I ask which render program you use?

    7 years ago

  • Thanks Haiden! The render was produced in Keyshot and I added the fluids in photoshop.

    7 years ago

  • That Engineering drawing wow! Is that CAD model rendered over a Engineering Drawing Decal?

    7 years ago

  • Thanks Kyle. Yeah, it's just the CAD model rendered over a plane with my drawing applied to it. It's not particularly useful but I love the final result!

    7 years ago

Matthew Thompson
Product Designer at 3Form design Ipswich, United Kingdom