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Refrigerators, CAD, and Circumcision

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Blog series by oldnovice updated 651 days ago 2 parts 7123 reads 11 comments total

Part 1: Introduction

653 days ago by oldnovice | 9 comments »

My wife wanted a bigger refrigerator with a bottom freezer. I agreed (he who doesn’t agree with his wife is a fool) because, I was also tired of bending down to get things off the bottom shelf, not having enough freezer room, and low efficiency of the current unit. Figures 1 and 2 below show CAD models of the old and new refrigerators and are a result of a high resolution print of the screen contents of Creo Elements/Direct Modeling Express. Since the refrigerators were white, the backgrou...

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Part 2: Cutting the cabinet and installion

651 days ago by oldnovice | 2 comments »

Cabinet Circumcision, Virtual and in Reality The entire cabinet is veneer covered particle board and is heavy. There were four screws in the bottom, four screws in the top, three screws in the back, and six staples holding each of the dividers (perhaps a little overkill?). The hardware was not added to the model to keep the model count below 60 as that is a limit for the free version of Creo. The cabinet top and bottom were doweled to the sides with eight dowels in each edge. Figure 8...

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