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Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Greetings: I'm in need of a Revit Guru who can complete Residential Architectural Construction Drawings. I will provide Conceptual Drawings in the form of a finalized layout in Revit with minimal detail and require a BIM Drafter who can finalize the Design and create Construction Drawing Sheet Sets. -Must be willing to work through revision & provide source files. See attached FloorPlan for scale of project. Much Thanks!
Skills: Computer-Aided Design Architecture Autodesk Revit Drafting
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced mechanical engineer for help with designing wearable prototype. You will be working with a team of 2, one is an electrical engineer, on translating and modifying as necessary our current basic concept sketches into our first prototype model and 3d parts designs that can be turned into a working prototype. Understanding of prototyping tech (i.e. Arduino, PCB design, etc.) and/or robotics is preferred . Currently part time contract (1-3 months) with possibility of future work on subsequent versions. Looking for someone with consistent and reliable communication skills that can clearly articulate scope, needs, and timeframe expectations on top of providing guidance and recommendations with the project. Cover letter is not needed, just the basic resume/introduction and proof of skills and experience.
Skills: Computer-Aided Design 3D Design 3D Modeling Electrical engineering
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
CAD to CAM for a complex shape, with focus on efficiency/speed and detail. Mix of raster, cut out and pocket tool paths. Starting from ipt or stp, creating gcode. With simulation so we can estimate actual cutting times. The part will have to be flipped because we are working with a simple 3-axis machine called Shopbot Alpha / Shopbot Gantry. Work also requires occasionally designing peg-board style jigs for holding the part in place. Thank you!
Skills: Computer-Aided Design CNC Programming Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for an experienced product designer to create CAD plans (or similar) for a home/garage-based physical product, based on some rough sketches I have, and some initial discussions with me. I'd want these design plans to be usable for patent applications and for sending to potential manufacturers to evaluate production alternatives. I would expect the designer to take my concepts and refine them into designs for a production-ready prototype, creating specifics from the abstract. I'd expect a few iterations of the designs, for example, the following steps: - Apply and share your portfolio, I select you, we agree to your hourly rate, and you are bound by the confidentiality implied in Upwork's terms - I share scans of my concept sketches, and we arrange a phone call to discuss the specifics of what I have in mind - You provide initial draft designs, and we discuss on another phone call where I provide you any feedback and requested changes - You refine the designs and resend. I would imagine this only taking 2-3 iterations A near-essential requirement is for you to have experience creating design plans in formats that will be familiar to contract manufacturers, so I can have a prototype created and evaluate production costs. When you apply, please share your portfolio (can be partial/small), and describe any experience you have working on similar projects/products. I will look to you for expertise on not only the design/plans, but on materials selection, production ease, functionality, and more.
Skills: Computer-Aided Design Engineering drawing Industrial design Mechanical Design
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
From conversations with me and meetings I want to put an idea to paper which can be easily be made into a prototype. This is specifically for kids and athletics. I need the design to encompass 3D aspects so it will show how it will work and must be easy enough to build. Someone with a knowledge of materials costs and who knows of an engineer is needed. Only serious candidates should email me at. I have purchased a domain name and very serious.
Skills: Computer-Aided Design 3D Design 3D Modeling 3D Rendering
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Hi! We have a SolidWorks model that we have been working on. Unfortunately our primary CAD designer is unable to continue and we need help making some modifications to the model. Its a simple hollow tube. The problem with the model is that it has threaded ends and the threads are incorrect. We need someone to take this model and correct the threads so that they are much looser. Attached is a capture of a line rendering. You can see the threads on the top and the bottom that need to be worked on. Thanks!
Skills: Computer-Aided Design 3D Modeling SolidWorks
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Small surveying firm with two field crews. Need a CAD tech mostly for field to finish work. Additional work for sketches from deeds and research as needed. Typical working file included for reference.
Skills: Computer-Aided Design AutoCAD Drafting
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking for someone to create preliminary dynamic website that is aesthetically pleasing. In it would include feature a demo of tools based on my mock-ups, to help draw customers to my website and sign up. I will provide mock-ups to base tools to be created off of (for demo to be featured on website) and photos to be included in the website. Should have experience coding, with graphic design, web design, follow deadlines, responds to email quickly, likes a challenge, and are willing to meet in via Skype to discuss the project, please apply.
Skills: Computer-Aided Design Data Visualization Product Design Product Development
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
I am looking to design small badge feeding system. The system will have top/bottom pinch rubber roller to transport the badge from the holding stage to the front first drive rollers. Second pair of drive rollers will continue to hold the material. Top and bottom rollers will be powered by using timing belt and timing gears. Stepper motor will attach to one side of the timing belt to drive the belt. Separate paper feed roller will be place under the holding stage of the badge stock. Stepper motor will attached to this roller to start the paper feed to the first set of pinch roller to take hold. Stage 1 Printer Body The body will be a rectangle box about 12 inch long, 4.5 inch wide and 5 inch height. Using light aluminum 1/4 inch flat stock to build the body. Top and Bottom will be open. The front and back will have a 1/4 inch slot for the opening for the paper stock to pass through. There will be a middle wall half way in the body to divide the body into conveyor side and paper holding bin. The conveyor will be mounted along the two long side of the walls. The conveyor will be only placed on the front half of the body. The back half of the body will hold the print material. The print material will have a shelf (1/4-inch plate) created inline of the opening of the front and back. (Holding Bin) Stage 2 Paper Conveyor 3 Pinch rollers will be used for the conveyor to transport the paper. 1st in the front of the printer. 2nd half-way in the front half of the body. 3rd next to the middle wall. Top edge of the rollers will be inline of the middle of the 1/4 inch slots in the front and back walls. One pancake stepper motor and a 2 sided timing belt will be used to drive the top and bottom rollers so that they are spinning in the same different to move the paper forward. The rollers will have the timing belt gears built in part of the roller shaft. The bottom rollers will use the outside of the timing belt and the top rollers will engage with the inside of the belt. This will than make the rollers spin in the same direction. Link the stepper motor planned for usage. Rollers and Timing Belts Stage 3 Paper Feed The printer material will sit on the top of the shelf with top edge of the shelf will in alignment with the top edge of the bottom rollers. The middle wall opening will be perfectly design so that it is 1-1/2 times the thickness of the print material. The purpose here is that when a stack of cards are placed on the shelf - than only a single card can pass though the opening. A small stepper motor with a 1/4 cut rubber wheel connected to the shaft will be mounted under the paper shelf to push the paper forward though the middle wall opening until the first pinch roller gets a hold of the paper. The stepper motor will make one revolution for each paper feed. We also have rough sketches of what we want tray to look like once we choose an design engineer
Skills: Computer-Aided Design Mechanical Design Mechanical Engineering Product Design