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Attached you can see a view of the STL geometry.
Here are some details of the work required (suggestions are are welcome):
·I need the walls to be thick enough to hold its weight when printed in plastic (3mm?)
·I need a supporting plate added so it can be mounted onto a bigger assembly. The plate should be 5 mm thick and extend 5 cm on both directions. See attached image of an old diffuser with that plate integrated (MUSTER.png).
·I need all sharp edges removed, adding fillets (min 3 mm radius or so).
·I need 1" ID pipe to be attached to the inlet, so a small widening needs to be done to allocate the connection.
·The thin flat walls on both sides of the diffuser should be removed by adding fillets (as big as geometry allows).
Some softening of a feature is also required:
·The design has an indentation on the outer face of the 90º turn. It was created using very primitive geometry tools and looks slightly "uneven" or "stepped".
·Its depth follows a soft curve (to regulate flow distribution) and is very smooth but its width is a bit "wavy" (please see images). I need it softened so its width grows progressively as it evolves along the turn towards the outlet so air does not swirl around.
Let me know if you have any questions.
Thank you for your consideration
Posted On: January 30, 2024 18:30 UTC
Skills:CAD Conversion, 3D Modeling, 3D Design, Rhinoceros 3D
Skills: CAD Conversion, 3D Modeling, 3D Design, Rhinoceros 3D
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