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 For what industries do you use VX?
16-03-2006 11:56 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
For what industries do you use VX?

We use VX to design parts for:
1. Automotive Aftermarket
2. Motorcycle Aftermarket
3. Random little parts for various industries.

Mainly plastic parts of above.

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23-03-2006 11:55 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
4: None of the above

I use VX mainly for injection tooling. And even more "mainly" is wax investment molds for the aerospace industry.

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Originally posted by: cncsurf
4: None of the above



I use VX mainly for injection tooling. And even more "mainly" is wax investment molds for the aerospace industry.


OH YEAH. I forgot to mention. All my CNC programming for several clients' machinery.

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cncsurf,

You must be accustomed to taking multiple choice tests.

I was merely listing the items that we use VX for. It was not meant as a multiple choice question.

Best of luck!

Clinton

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24-04-2006 09:33 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
We manufacture blow molds for plastic bottles. Molds are constructed of mostly aluminum, also Beryllium Copper, and steels.

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26-04-2006 06:36 . pm   |   View his/her posts only
From here we use VX for:
Propeller and Impeller construction taking foil sections from 3D plot points - Super surface quality that could not be achived in SW.
Styled transport industry components - typically cast but also machined & fab'd
Mechanical assemblies & components thereof.
Waterjet inlets, ducting and machinery.
Composite componets for layup, machinery covers, etc. etc.
Anything 3D...

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28-04-2006 04:55 . am   |   View his/her posts only
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Originally posted by: clintonyee
For what industries do you use VX?



We use VX to design parts for:

1. Automotive Aftermarket

2. Motorcycle Aftermarket

3. Random little parts for various industries.



Mainly plastic parts of above.


Hello Clinton, ot of interest, what motorcycle parts do you design?
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