Generating requirements by visualising the problem

Developing a set of requirements before you dive into CAD is not only good practice but necessary as you can’t determine whether your design will meet your needs if you haven’t defined them. Poor or vague requirements are also useless as they can make things difficult to define if your design is acceptable for solving … Continue reading Generating requirements by visualising the problem

Build or buy?

With the FEA simulations, engineering drawings and tolerance stacks complete I am waiting on the suppliers responding to my RFQ (Request for Quote) for machining the worlds lightest 6P pocketqube deployer.  I will be comparing the quotes and then wil be raising an order soon. While I am waiting for their responses I have been … Continue reading Build or buy?