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Post by Fletch_171 on Tue Mar 03 2015, 19:26

Hi,
I am currently a sixth form engineering student studying in Sheffield. In my spare time I am rebuilding the well renound Lister D engine. With the engine in parts I have took the opportunity to begin to create a to scale 3D computer drawing of the full engine. (Hopefully down to every last nut and bolt when finished). With this computer model I am looking at using the software's scaling capabilities to create a scale model of the real thing. Either for display purposes using 3D printing techniques or maybe...eventually a scale running model for my final year project. Below I have attached a couple of renders of the work that has been carried out so far. I would be interested to here any comments people may have. I would also be interested to here if anybody could offer any short term engineering work experience in the Yorkshire area.
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Re: LISTER D CAD PROJECT

Post by 200TDi on Tue Mar 03 2015, 20:16

cool........... Wish I could do things like that Smile would love to be able to see them properly on my computer at home

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Post by Woodsman on Wed Mar 04 2015, 09:15

Wonderful work - keep it up. Will keep you in mind for any work opportunities.

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Re: LISTER D CAD PROJECT

Post by Steve H on Fri Apr 03 2015, 09:47

Good skills there, keep it up and let us know how your project comes along
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Post by Nixie on Thu Apr 23 2015, 14:45

That's  a good piece of cad work. What software are you using?

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Re: LISTER D CAD PROJECT

Post by StewartH on Tue Dec 15 2015, 11:15

Hello Fletch_171,

Have you progressed any further on this project?

Also with skills like this have you looked at Caterpillar engineering internships / industrial placements- we have many facilities in the UK so you're likely to find one closer than you think....

http://www.caterpillar.com/en/careers/career-areas/college-university/student-opportunites/uk-industrial-placement.html

Let us know how you get on.

best

Hamish

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