we made this part and now we want to know if it is possible to make a drilling analysis that show it drills in to a wall? can we do animation that demonstrate it in solidworks? if we can - how?
please be specific in the answer...
I really hate to burst your bubble but I'm pretty sure your sample will either just completely twist and bend at it's thinnest diameter, OR, just simply snap either underneath the screw head or just above the drill bit. Sorry, but that's just basic reality, you don't need any analysis to see that coming!
why do you thing so?
I have had enough experience around fasteners and fixings to tell you that the screw head will have to take too much pressure and try and apply it through that thin diameter shaft to turn the thick drill bit. The forces needed just won't work. Apply the old saying "A chain is only as strong as it's weakest link".
You only need to look at the surface area of the tip of the drill bit to know that this just isn't going to work, especially by something that is only driven with a screw tip (even, or especially, if powered). Sorry, but I doubt you'll prove me wrong my friend.
Its one of those single use drill bits, just imagine if you made it and then striped the phillips head.
I'm not sure on analysis if this can be done or not but your drill would definitely fail. The shank looks thin to support the reaction forces occurring during drilling process. Also not sure if you would be using a special drill machine to hold this.
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