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Take a look at the attached, this particular customer designs Heavy Plant. He even models the site buildings and from surveyor points models, with point clouds the site ground. He does this so that the heavy machinery sits on the uneven ground correctly.
All the parts shown in the attached were modeled in VX. The conveyors are 24metres long and 6metres high. Typically the assemblies contain hundreds of parts.
This project was completed digitally in VX and manufactured and assemled on site without any modifications or changes, everything fitted perfectly, first time.
Well done to VX and Scott Engineering (West Sussex uk)
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That is a very good example of what VX can do in heavy industry. I think the bridge building company in Italy makes pretty big stuff too - the bridges are bigger than the plant, but who knows which incorporates the biggest part? There could be other contenders in the transport industry. Who has designed the smallest part with VX?
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I see on the VX website there is a new merry-go-round type graphic showing what looks like a car door panel and a mirror that was "designed in 5 mins in VX". Be interested to see how these parts were made....
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OK- this is the biggest tub I've done the structure for in VX - 40' (13m) fast fishing boat, with some pretty complex structure to put up with pounding through waves and some nasty curved shapes to handle - some 180-200 odd components I think. CNC waterjet cut and worked first go, no probs.
I suppose the 65' tug scans are longer, but not so much work.
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In my experience, customers are prepared to drop the NDA once their product has had a long run on the market. So, you might have to wait two or three years, but eventually you could be adding an impressive project to your portfolio.
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