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Some new Fabrication artwork
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* March 08, 2015, 09:35:14 PM
I have been working on some artwork lately which is basically an engineering theme, which is just early days yet but here is the first sample with a broken glass background.

Sorry about the watermark, but I don't release any of my artwork unmarked until I have finished.


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* March 08, 2015, 10:13:39 PM
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This is only a test version, the darker ones like this will probably have white text and borders.

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* March 08, 2015, 10:35:48 PM
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This fabrication is actually a cheat to save two miters on each bend by making the joints circular which would make it easier to assemble and what would have been circular conical segments become elliptical conical segments which are round at the joints.
« Last Edit: March 08, 2015, 10:40:46 PM by Orion20036 »

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March 09, 2015, 02:43:19 AM
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Interesting construction.  Bernoulli's Principle and Boyle's Law would have an effect on the fluids in each diameter tube, so I'm assuming they've been chosen to control the admixture.

Which fluids go into each port?  And which port is the output?


Jeff


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* March 09, 2015, 10:30:24 AM
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Interesting construction.  Bernoulli's Principle and Boyle's Law would have an effect on the fluids in each diameter tube, so I'm assuming they've been chosen to control the admixture.

Which fluids go into each port?  And which port is the output?


Jeff

Hello Jeff,
                the fabrication is more designed as a test fabrication for apprentices to sharpen up their pattern development and fabrication skills so no actual function for the fabrication. I rounded everything down to single units to make it easy to scale the model down so apprentices could make cardboard versions or any other material of choice.

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