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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $700 - Posted
My company is in the process of finalizing the prototype for a new IoT device in the telecom space. We are looking for an individual with a background in electric engineering that can provide insight and expertise for this process. Specifically we are looking for insight on the following points: - What materials should we be considering for use with cellular antennas and WiFi modules? (similar applications, limitations, advantages) - What are our options for antenna positioning with regards to internal vs external options? - What distinct considerations should we have when developing the device for iPhone and Android and how is positioning / materials impacted by each device?
Skills: Industrial Engineering Electrical engineering
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
We are looking for a design for a (4) post 75-ton hydraulic press. The material must be in American sizes and dimensions must be imperial. Hydraulic cylinder should be sized accordingly (Parker Brand). This will be a (2) step process and will need (2) sets of pricing. First Price - Conceptual design cost. This will be used for sales and quoting material and components. Second Price - Completing conceptual design into working design with detail drawings and assembly drawings. We are looking for an engineer that we can work with on a regular bases. All designs must be in Solidworks 2016 *Confirm strength of press with Solidworks stress analysis.
Skills: Industrial Engineering Mechanical Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
We have a Candy Holders already designed and all files in STL and ESM and a Few other Formats. We need an industrial designer/engineer to help finalize the lid/basic structural design for manufacturing and for 3D printing. This is very simple but beautiful designs for a candy tin that we just need to figure out the final dimensions and lid detail we need to print ASAP 3D samples so we can test it before we go to making molds/manufacturing What we need: 1) STL files (For 3D printing) 2) Detailed Blueprints for molds/manufacturing 3) Final files in a format that our designers can use to make final/corrections for 3D renders that we can use for client presentation After we test and 3D print them we may need corrections basses on the prints We have 5 different styles for four different clients totally 5 different tins in THIS particular project. However this will be ongoing work and realistically we will have between 1 and 2 new tins per week if we are able to work together. Thank you
Skills: Industrial Engineering 3D Printing Industrial design
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $1,000 - Posted
I am looking for a talented engineer/industrial designer to build an early stage gyroscopic stabilization prototype using established off the shelf components and build them into a simple rig with servo control. I am an engineer with some industrial design ability, however I do not have the mechanical resources(3d printers, engineering tools) so I can give you clear precise feedback on the technology and requirements. The technologies are simple and proven, I just need somebody to put it all together. If you like a challenge and working on an interesting concept with potential for a longer term relationship apply now! The electrical engineering component is relatively simple and could be controlled by an Arduino or similar. Hardware/3d printing expenses will be paid.
Skills: Industrial Engineering Electronics Industrial design
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $300 - Posted
Looking for an individual experienced with 3D modeling for a hardware device enclosure. Should be ready for 3d printing. Will provide detailed specifications, photos, and additional drawings for reference. We're currently in an early prototype stage and are looking to slightly refine the enclosure for improved ergonomics and aesthetics. Device enclosure is small (<4cmx 4cm x 2cm) and with minimal moving parts.
Skills: Industrial Engineering 3D Design 3D Printing Autodesk
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
What we need is the first prototype of a new concept of barbecue we already patented and projected using solidworks. The project is completed and very detailed, ready for the manufacturing. The main materials are steel and aluminium, you'll need to bend, cut and weld all the parts according to the project. Apply if interested and we'll give you all the details you need.
Skills: Industrial Engineering Contract Manufacturing Industrial design Manufacturing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
6 months ago, we hired a custom furniture designer-manufacturer to create hybrid custom seating and storage for our tiny green office-classroom, designed after a boutique hotel in our company's namesake city Vernazza, a fishing village on the Italian Riviera. A few months ago, the CEO of the custom furniture design firm said that the first prototype failed structurally. The MDF no-VOC pressed wood sagged when one 180-lb person sat on only 1 of 2 seats. His team had designed, not engineered. Designer is claiming the need to switch from MDF to solid hard wood ... at 3 times the cost. Since then, his team has redesigned per the insights, feedback and questions from 11 Upwork bidders. But, he can't/won't do Finite Element Analysis (FEA) or confirm that the design meets/exceeds international ISO or BIFMA office chair & cabinet standards. See his answers to your questions below. We'd like an Upwork expert industrial engineer / furniture designer / hands-on furniture craftsman-building-manufacturer to review/critique/improve/optimize the design for durability, simple elegance, lightest weight, cost, and ease of fabrication. Specifically, it has been difficult to find a company to cut the wood & laminate with a CNC router. Laminate seems to double the project cost. Need strong bench to support full lateral filing cabinet storage (calculate cabinet full of dense copier paper) + two 350-lb seated guests. We need an industrial design engineer to re-engineer and fix the manufacturer's design, using the existing (donated Wilsonart Tan Echo laminate) materials and design. The intent of the six two-seater benches: - surpass internationally accepted design & engineering standards for office seating (chairs) and lateral filing cabinets (storage) re: ergonomics, fire safety, ruggedness, impact on light in space, form (texture, comfort, intrigue, etc.) - to be used daily by up to six sustainable real estate consultants for hidden, secure (lockable) lateral filing & other storage - to be used 3-6 times monthly as a classroom seating for 2 to 8-hour ECO [BOOT CAMP], GREEN [BOOT CAMP] and SOLAR [BOOT CAMP] courses for real estate executives and heads of households - tiny green office-classroom is 14' wide x 28' long - appeal to well-traveled real estate executives, but speak elegant (sophisticated) simplicity (frugality) - lockable rollers suitable for linoleum floors - retractable (hidden) seat backs that may feature Hawaiian seat back cushions since we've been doing ENERGY STAR benchmarking and certification of commercial buildings in Hawaii - large single bench seat cushion (not 2 seat cushions as shown in materials takeoff) seat cushion: 23.1" - wide x 20.0" - deep x 1.88" thick seat back: 16.3" wide x 13.9" high x 1.88" - thick (?) Here are the manufacturer's answers to Upwork bidders' questions: 1. You’d said "MDF just doesn’t hold because it’s meant for aesthetic not for actual weight support.” So, how are we back to MDF? ANSWER: The top can be plywood and the rest can be MDF because it is only for aesthetic. If you really want to use laminate, then MDF has to be used because wood expands or contracts and laminate will come undone over time. 2. Could you please send me a PDF of the AutoCAD, and also send the AutoCAD with materials takeoff and descriptions, so that an industrial engineer can perform the ANSWER: See 3 new renders 3. For the structure I think have 4 points need to revise: a) the bottom should add support. ANSWER: Weight is distributed by PTR underbelly. b) the bottom of seat need to reinforce structure. ANSWER: Seat is made of 1” plywood and weight is supported on all 4 corners evenly. c) the structure of the back is unreasonable. ANSWER: Internal structure made of metal d) the door of the lateral filing cabinet also need to amend. ANSWER: none. ANSWER: For the material I suggest using sustainably grown & harvested plywood (FSC not SFI certified), because the structure stability is stronger than MDF & the cost is cheaper than solid wood. 4. First of all I see no internal support .. which would be blocking , gussets, or support ribs.. this would improve 10 times.. I can do this project this week .. and have it by Friday. I have reviewed the takeoff drawing attachment. What plywood thickness was specified? I can redesign and or improve this concept with some modifications. ANSWER: Design now has internal frame of 1” thick PTR welded together. It provides a frame and equal weight distribution. We also recommend the cabinet top be thicker (1”) & plywood. In any case, we can provide mid level support for each person by inserting cross bar ptr.
Skills: Industrial Engineering Industrial design Structural Engineering
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $130 - Posted
We have 4 Candy Holders already designed and all files in Rhino 5 and V-Ray for Rhino 2.0. We need an industrial designer/engineer to help finalize the lid/basic structural design for manufacturing and for 3D printing. These are very simple but beautiful designs for 4 candy tins that we just need to figure out the final dimensions and lid detail we need to print ASAP 3D samples so we can test it before we go to making molds/manufacturing What we need: 1) STL/STEP files (For 3D printing) 2) Detailed Blueprints for molds/manufacturing 3) Final files in a format that our designers can use to make final/corrections for 3D renders that we can use for client presentation After we test and 3D print them we may need corrections basses on the prints
Skills: Industrial Engineering 3D Printing Industrial design