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Maverick2805

I am working on the supporting structure right now, once this is finish i'll tilt the barrel maximum up and down to see if it "touches" anywhere else.

 

Tehen there are still the eyebolts to go, which I don't know how small I can produce them in reality :D I'd need about 3.5mm of outer diameter :S

 

Supporting Structure 1.jpg

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Maverick2805

Ironwork for all the bolts to go

 

Supporting Structure Finished.jpg

 

Supporting Structure Finished back.jpg

 

Supporting Structure Finishedfront.jpg

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ReMark

Re: last image above. Is that piece (white) in front correctly positioned?

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Maverick2805

you mean the one overlapping the block for the axle? yes it is tilted and one edge is sitting on that block, plus supported on the top by a bar (not yet integrated)

 

front supporting block.jpg

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Maverick2805

To be honest, I don't know why that part is even there, as the tilting point of the barrel sits just above this. :)

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Something seems amiss but I can't put my finger on it just yet. I'll have to think on it.

 

Are you sure the size (height) is correct?

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Maverick2805

The measurements should be correct, heres a better view of the plan, what do you think?

 

Planview.jpg

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I think you are on the right track after all. Could that piece be there to keep the front (muzzle?) of the cannon from falling down and making contact with the deck of the ship? It would also make a good "resting" point and prevent moisture from collecting in the barrel when not in use.

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Maverick2805

This might be, it could be a movable part, otherwise it would probably be difficult to rest on something that is almost straight below the tilting point of the barrel. or it has something to do with the cannon moving during a shot. don't know :)

 

Will see when I have time to finish the carronade, it's holiday time 8)

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ReMark

Moveable how? Does it rotate? What would be the fixed point of rotation?

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winterkk

Hi, i want to know how to create 3D thread holes, coz i making a 3D mould stainless steel, Thanks in advanced for helping me

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winterkk

how to create 3D thread holes in 3D modelling, i send u a sample of CAD Files, I,m using AutoCad 2007

Parts.dwg

mould.dwg

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Hi, i want to know how to create 3D thread holes, coz i making a 3D mould stainless steel, Thanks in advanced for helping me

Welcome to the CADTutor forum winterkk.

 

I suggest that you post your inquiry as a new thread. Tacking it onto this thread is not a good idea. More people will see and respond to your question if it stands on its own.

F.Y.I. - This topic has been covered extensively in the past. I may have some further info for you once you have reposted.

 

Regards,

 

ReMark

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Raudel Solis

That Cannon Seems Pretty Unstable Wheres The Attachment To Lock It In Place?

You can fire that Thing Just Dont Stand Behind IT.

Write Some Formulas

The Wheel Axle Diameter-Radius = The Tire's Inner Axle Hole

 

Weight+Force OF Gravity= Great Resistance To Motion IN The Four Wheels

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That Cannon Seems Pretty Unstable Wheres The Attachment To Lock It In Place?

You can fire that Thing Just Dont Stand Behind IT.

Write Some Formulas

The Wheel Axle Diameter-Radius = The Tire's Inner Axle Hole

 

Weight+Force OF Gravity= Great Resistance To Motion IN The Four Wheels

 

The OP's problem was solved but thanks for the suggestions.

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