Tool analysis for design of complex prototype products
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|Type: ||Examensarbete på kandidatnivå|
|Title: ||Tool analysis for design of complex prototype products|
|Authors: ||Wallin, Mattias|
|Abstract: ||Infotiv is a technology consulting company operating in several cities in Sweden with
headquarters in Gothenburg. They also conduct certain in-house projects, including a
collaboration with RISE where the vision is to develop a self-driving vehicle in the form of a
Infotiv has recently started a mechanics department where they offer services and consultants
in mechanical design. They therefore have a need to find a suitable tool for solid modeling.
The market for tools for solid modeling is today very widespread and it is expanding more
and more. The aim of the project is therefore to make an analysis, which tool is best suited for
prototype contexts with complex geometries in small to medium-sized companies.
Once the most suitable tool has been identified, a verification of this is performed by
designing consoles for equipment for the go-kart mentioned above.
After a market research and testing of candidates, it was determined that Fusion 360 was the
tool that best suited the target group due to its low cost and high user friendliness. With this
knowledge, an education was made to ensure a smooth transition of the existing tool at the
company to Fusion 360, without major knowledge gaps.|
|Issue Date: ||2021|
|Publisher: ||Chalmers tekniska högskola / Institutionen för industri- och materialvetenskap|
|Collection:||Examensarbeten för kandidatexamen // Bachelor Theses (IMS)|
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