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BW1356 Doubler Solidworks Files

Here are the solidworks files for the doubler I made for my senior project. It is a little long because of the shifter mechanism so if you wanted to redesign the back half of the case you could save some length. As far as I know everything will work fine but when I made mine I had the wrong bolt pattern on the ends so I haven't re-drilled and tapped to make it line up. I have updated the models with the correct bolt pattern that I got over on pirate. Do with these as you want. If you make any improvements or make it yourself please post up! The gears for the model aren't helical like they are in real life but they get the job done. Feel free to ask questions.

And here is the link. Let me know if it doesn't work or anyone has any issues.




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In most of the higher-end motorsports shops I've been in, engineering design via Solidworks is the prevailing method. You should stick with it. There is, definitely, a lucrative future in being good at it.

Nice work, man!

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So are you producing these currently? Sounds interesting with the lower ratio of the 1356 planetary.
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That is the plan. I will be graduating in May with my Mechanical Engineering degree with a concentration in Design and will be getting my CNC certificate at the same time. Hopefully move out west and try to get in with a race shop.
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Unfortunately I am not producing them. I only made the one and I had the material donated from a local aluminum extrusion company which saved me quite a bit. Buying the material for just one of these is about 400 dollars and once I graduate I won't have access to the cnc equipment sadly. Hopefully I find a job with a race shop with the equipment and hookup on materials that we could possibly produce them.
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