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Wgu it capstone project idea paper international conference on artificial intelligence 2017 for money traffic report london and south east hey guys Vladimir here with desktop makes I originally wasn't going to do a video on this project just because it seemed a little simple but hey it's the simple things in life right plus this project I felt shows the real practical application of 3d printing which is the kind of stuff I like so here's the story the pole inside my wife's closet which was holding all of her clothes came crashing down as you can see here making a mess and the pole was supported by this bracket that just split right down the middle so we're gonna have to recreate this so of course what I did was I jumped into a fusion 360 quickly modeled something up that I sent to my replicator 2 printed this at 0.3 millimeters and popped it right out it actually printed in less than an hour was like 40 minutes or so screwed that and and then voila I've got a new bracket in place without ever having to even leave my house and we hung all the clothes back up well actually she did and she was very happy with the work I walk through the approach that I took in designing this bracket and this was one that I just kind of jumped right in and figured it out as I went along which honestly is the way that I tend to approach most designs at least for that first iteration where I'm trying to figure things out so we'll create a new design and I'll start with a sketch on the XY plane and we'll begin with the center diameter circle at c4 circle on my keyboard and the diameter for this is gonna be based off the pipe I measured the pipe at thirty three and a half millimeters but I want to give myself a few millimetres of room to play with here I don't want it to be really tight I just wanted to sit on this bracket so I'm gonna make this thirty seven millimeters and hit enter and I'm gonna draw another circle here and this is gonna be sort of an outer circle to give this some thickness and I'm gonna make this one fifty millimeters now fifty just because that looks right remember you can always grab these dimensions and move them now the way I want this to work is I want the pipe to slide in through the top so I'm gonna create another line here l4 line and this is gonna be drawn horizontally and I'm gonna make this 34 millimeters 34 because again the pipe measured at 33 and a half and I'm giving myself just a half a millimeter of room here to slide in and I'm gonna hit enter next I'm gonna grab my coincident constraint and constrain this point here to this circle and constraint this point as well to the same circle I'll hit escape and now I have this line constraint through that inner circle so I can actually grab it and move it around anywhere and it's gonna stay constraint but I do want it to be horizontal so I'll grab my horizontal constraint click the line here and that's gonna make it constraint so now I'm gonna grab my extend tool from the sketch menu because what I want to do is extend this line out to Thatta there Circle that outer circle now if I hover over this line it'll extend that point in there and it'll do the same thing to this point as well notice that it turned blue so I lost my constraints there so I want this line to be locked in that location so I'm gonna hit D for dimension and I'm gonna dimension it between that origin point so I'll click the line and origin and I'm just gonna click and hit enter and that's gonna lock it in place okay now I'm gonna hit stop sketch and let's give this some thickness so I'm just gonna select the entire thing efore extrude I'm gonna extrude this down negative 4 millimeters hit enter I'll go back to my sketch and bring that in so I'll turn on that light bulb and I'm gonna grab this bottom portion here efore extrude bring it up and I'm gonna go 17 millimeters I will type that in whoops let's redo that I'm gonna hit escape efore extrude select this start dragging it up and there's 17 millimeters just because that looks right okay so now what I have here I can print this and see how well it'll work but I'm not going to do that because I can tell you that this is looking a little weak there's not much support here if I hang the pole with all the weight of the clothes it'll probably just snap off so let's give this a little bit of bulge on the bottom here to give it some strength so the way I approach that is I just went back to that original sketch here on the timeline so I'll double click that and I'm gonna grab my arc tool so I'll go to sketch down to arc three-point arc and I'm gonna start here at the intersection between that line in this outer circle and we'll click our second point will be that other intersection here then I'm gonna drag out to give this a bulb so we're releasing our mouse and dragging out and I'll click again and just to where it looks right and if you want to be precise we can just hit escape and then hit D for dimension and then I can click on that arc and we can give that a radius so I'm gonna click and go ahead and just enter 27 as the radius and now I have this bulge here I'll click stop sketch bring in that sketch so we can see it efore extrude and I'm gonna take that profile and I'm gonna drag it back again negative 4 millimeters so it matches the thickness of our original shape there now I'm gonna just fill it this out so we'll go to modify and fill it and I'll grab that bottom edge and just bring this out and I'm just gonna go with a really big fill it here so 30 millimeters looks good and I'm gonna click OK so there's our bracket so far and that's looking a lot better so we have a lot more strength here on the bottom and I'm also gonna fill it this inner edge here and just to give it a little more strength click OK and then the last thing I'm going to do is add a circle here so we can have our screw hole so I'm actually going to go back to that same sketch right in our timeline here double click see for a circle and we'll draw a smaller circle here and this will be based off of the size of screw you're gonna use obviously I'm gonna make mine 5 millimeters and hit enter stop sketch bring in that's efore extrude and I'm just gonna select that profile drag it out and I'm gonna make this for distance I'm just gonna choose or actually for extent I'm gonna choose all click okay yeah let's get rid of that sketch so that's looking good to make this even a little stronger I'll go ahead and fill it these two edges here so f-for fill it and I'll make that three millimeters and click OK all right so that's basically what I went with just a quick simple design to get the job done basically though I think this will hold up yeah I'm pretty confident I think the filler there on the bottom will be just enough to give it the strength it needs to hold a weight of the clothes plus I also performed a very scientific test I'm just pulling down on it and seeing if I heard any cracking or bending taking place and it seems to do okay so we'll see if it does break let's take a look analyze it and see how we can reprint it again to be stronger this is what it's all about if you have any questions leave it on the comments below and if you enjoyed this video don't forget to hit that like button and subscribe for more videos like this also if you want to learn how to design for 3d printing and I have some great courses at my website desktop mix com where they're all based on using fusion 360 and specifically for 3d printing I'll see you guys next time capstone commercial advisors Alfred State College.