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here is a suitable open source electrolyser


https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=64667
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Conversion of 6 bar membrane air compressor to hydrogen. suitable for h2 according to the manufacturer


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=716UVPAFjb8


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Since our small towable digger only came with a
I therefore designed a digger bucket attachement using FreeCAD. Especially Assembly 4.

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The final result after some cutting, turning and welding:

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edit: now with animation
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Since our small towable digger only came with a...
what? :lol:

Upload the gifs to dropbox or 3rd party hosting (imgur?)
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Re: From FreeCAD To The Real World

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Kunda1 wrote: Mon Mar 14, 2022 12:43 pm
Since our small towable digger only came with a...
what? :lol:
I could not find the translation, and halfway typing the post forgot about it :shock: .
It came with only manure forks...
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I live in an loft apartment where the stairs are not standard width. I had the need to install a baby gate but none of the solutions on the market suited my needs. Ended up Freecading and 3D printing the mounts for the gate which is meant to be cut into correct width. Printed the mounts out of PETG and for the past 6m they have held up well against the abuse :lol:
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Just finished:
21-m-steel mast on rooftop. Mast is for cellphone communication.
Steel parts designed and calculated with Freecad, static calculation
was done with Smath-Studio (free software). Unfortunatly I still depend on
my commercial statics software to calculate the beam forces.
However, for projects like this FC is industrial ready.
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wonderful, freecad will be widely used in companies in the near future
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thschrader wrote: Wed Apr 13, 2022 6:49 am Just finished:
21-m-steel mast on rooftop. Mast is for cellphone communication.
Steel parts designed and calculated with Freecad, static calculation
was done with Smath-Studio (free software). Unfortunatly I still depend on
my commercial statics software to calculate the beam forces.
However, for projects like this FC is industrial ready.
mast.JPG
Simply FANTASTIC!
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Re: From FreeCAD To The Real World

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My real world stuff made with our loved FreeCAD:

Iron block system for my darkening shutter (outside the window) is broken. Easy redraw from scratch in Part Design with @FreeCADNews
and then printed. Thanks #FreeCad #opensource #community #foss :-)
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