A little update on the going on with me, and Inventor Tales as a blog.
I'm back in class four days a week along with my day job as a Mechanical Designer, so things have gotten rather busy again.
Which I'm afraid does rob time from my working with Fusion 360.
This time I'm studying DC electrical theory. That means a lot of time in lecture and lab, right now I'm learning how to simplify series-parallel circuits.
Then it means a couple of hours in the lab wiring circuits to make sure the concepts have really set in.
|The first, and simplest circuit I wired.|
It was during a discussion about how flared fittings are attached to a semi-rigid line.
|An example of a flared semi-rigid line I made in class.|
The discussion related to the process of how it would be accomplish, as well as a few pros and cons as they applied to an aerospace valve.
And because of my aircraft maintenance classes, I've actually flared a 37 degree line myself.
|The tube in the flaring block.|
Because I had taken these classes, I was better equipped to be an asset for my job.
What's the lesson here? Not all of you work with aviation applications, so a 37 degree flare may not apply to you.
But the lesson I think you can take away is to keep your desire to learn alive. And find something, whatever it is, that both interests you, and keeps you learning!
And I'll see about picking back up on those Fusion 360 posts soon!
And one last thing!
Here's a little video on the process of flaring a tube for an aircraft application!