Hello. My friend and I want to design a magnatic sunglasses lens to fit in the regular glasses. Which materials are the best to use? thanks everyone.
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Can you attach your *.sldasm and *.sldprt files here?
Can you ask your instructor to join this discussion?
1. Has your instructor approved this project?
2. Has your instructor given you enough instruction to complete the project?
If your answer is No to either Q1 or Q2, can you explain why?
Preferably something translucent.
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Andy Sanders wrote:
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Jim Steinmeyer wrote: Preferably something translucent.
Jim Steinmeyer wrote:
...AND magnetic...tricky to find I'd say
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I believe Adamantium would be best but I could not confirm that at this time. However...
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Kevin Pymm wrote: ...AND magnetic...tricky to find I'd say
Kevin Pymm wrote:
Good for extracting metal
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Jim Steinmeyer wrote: Somebody is going to think we don't like helping school kids who make no effort.
Jim Steinmeyer wrote:
There is a difference - here the question is what for material should be used, not how do I design this.
I can only imagine walking through a machine shop wearing magnetic glasses, ya'd look like a porcupine when you walk out the door...
Josh Brady - he got it right
..well, I'm just brainstorming..
Paul Salvador - Ya got them placed at the wrong end
btw Jim,.. I'm trying to stay on topic.
We make frequent use of Unobtainium too.
"For this project one could use either Vibranium, Adamantium or Quadanium.I believe Adamantium would be best but I could not confirm that at this time. However..." ...Hmm, I was thinking Transparent Aluminum. Edit: Andy Sanders beat me to the Unobtanium.
"For this project one could use either Vibranium, Adamantium or Quadanium.
I believe Adamantium would be best but I could not confirm that at this time. However..."
...Hmm, I was thinking Transparent Aluminum. Edit: Andy Sanders beat me to the Unobtanium.
Britt Kessler wrote: ...Hmm, I was thinking Transparent Aluminum.
Britt Kessler wrote:
...Hmm, I was thinking Transparent Aluminum.
I think Silicon is a better choice of material - you put that in the right place at the right time, kind of is magnetic.....
Sun glass lenses...are kool. So #1 thing that I would look at would be what kind of glasses are there already. Man you got to do some research on this.
Then you need to spend some time and some $$$ buying some galsses to see how magnetic they are cause you know when you go into the mri machine they always have people there that have 20 20 vision or better cause you cant take any kind of glasses into there since they will get sucked up by the magnets.
have you done your paten search to see if someone already has a paten on this product that your looking to make. After searching the US paten office don't forget to search the international office of patens cause you don't want to steal someone's idea and get in all kinds of troubles the legal fees would be more than the student loan fees.
If after all this research I would then have to decide to say heck with the patens and I'm going to do something that no one else has ever done. I am going to magnetize glass. I would go and get me a 3d printer and start looking for the right materials to print my working proto types. Cause I am sure that in physics and chemistry classes they have found a way to turn lead into gold and there is a way to magnetize glass.
Something that blocks UV light (unless you are trying to make your users go blind).
David Matula wrote:... they have found a way to turn lead into gold and there is a way to magnetize glass.
David Matula wrote:
... they have found a way to turn lead into gold and there is a way to magnetize glass.
If they can put Lead into glass Lead glass - Wikipedia how hard could it be to magnetize glass?
I am guessing that they meant these....although they didn't say it:
Magnetic Clip On Sunglasses | Eyeglasses with Magnetic Sunglass
And here is your own way to make magnetic glass :
Magnetic Glass 4 in 1 Productivity Tool: 5 Steps
Then...maybe they DO want Magnetic Glass:
Amorphous metal - Wikipedia
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