is there any tips on how to avoid draft angle? Im trying to design a 1 part tube shape product around 30cm height and I want to avoid draft angle as much as I can. I see that there are several product with a very minimum or no draft angle ( apple products ) how they do that? is it as long as its glo...
What do you use for your work management system? good old email? we have been trying to use Asana for the past several weeks, the problem is that sometimes people inconsistently updates on other way of communication ( ex: messenger) instead on the Asana platform, how do you create a habit to impleme...
almost every industrial design project that I work on used waterfall gantt chart system: brief> research> concept> development> manufcturing. This can be tedious and long, the worst thing happen is that after we make the tooling we notice stupid problem that should be fixed during concept stage. we ...
Any interesting podcast that you think might interest others?
-stuff you should know
- How I built this
- Design matter
- After school (RIP)
- The design of business
- CGI podcast
I constantly check on the progress on cloud CAD development like onshape and F360. So far i found that onshape is the closest to SW workflow, it still lacks the surfacing cappabilites but I'm sure it will get there looking at the rate of the updates they have done. I also found that their montly pri...
Hi, I was looking at how Oled screen on fitness tracker can have a sleek seamless look with its display cover. I was thinking 3 approach for this: A. black tinted transparent plastic with black masked paint B. double injection moulding ( solid black and tinted black) is it overkill for this applicat...
Hi, currently my electronic engineer use Eagle for the PCB design and I use soldiworks for the enclosure and switch design.
What is the best workflow to go with iteration and development process? any experience?
I was looking at afforable alternative to SW (their pricing is ridiculous ) at now look at fusion360 and onshape. my main concern is a decent surfacing capabilities ( at least at SW level) and also some parametric tools. Is anyone here already using fusion360 or onshape for their daily CAD? any thou...
I have been looking at modo and see some designer use it in their workflow and it seem more practical compared to SW.
My question to any industrial designer using modo, is it limited to visualization? what else it can benefit in our process?