In this post I will be detailing how I have swapped from ADSL to a 4G home broadband connection. I went from:10 mbps download, 0.5 mbps upload on Sky ADSL To:180 mbps download, 30 mbps upload on EE 4G To be continued ….
Author Archives: Jason Scupham
GPS Mount – Triumph Tiger 800
Aim Design and manufacture a bespoke billet machined GPS mount for the Triumph Tiger 800. Product
Design for Manufacture & Assembly – Coin sorter
Product Aim Investigate and propose improvements for an existing product to reduce costs attributed to manufacturing and assembly requirements. Method The following was carried out using the DFA method for manual assembly theorised by Geoff Boothroyd. The product was disassembled to review the assembly sequence and identify each component and its function. From this point IContinue reading “Design for Manufacture & Assembly – Coin sorter”
ASME 2012 Student Design Competition
Summer 2012, myself and three fellows students from Loughborough University entered the ASME Student Design Competition. Our journey began in September 2011 and ended in Nantes, France with a second place finish, narrowly missing out on representing Europe at the final in America. We were required to design four self-propelled devices to compete in aContinue reading “ASME 2012 Student Design Competition”
First year visualisation project, modelled and rendered in UGS NX .
Video showcasing a number of accessory products I was responsible for on Thunderbird LT and Thunderbird Commander.
Diabetes drink tester
A design to aid Diabetes sufferers in identifying glucose content of drinks on the go.
Dunwich Dynamo 21 (2013)
Introduction Why? I was told about the Dynamo in passing conversation last year just after buying my first “real” bike. The idea of cycling from London to Dunwich (20 miles south of my hometown) through the night following tea lights and red lights captured my imagination. I knew I wanted to take part once IContinue reading “Dunwich Dynamo 21 (2013)”
Design for Assembly
DFMA or Design for Manufacture and Assembly is a guide to simplifying product structure, reducing manufacturing and assembly costs and quantifying improvements. If implemented correctly DFMA can be used to identify, quantify and eliminate inefficiency in a design. Historically in “over the wall” design issues regarding manufacturing and assembly were not discovered until being passedContinue reading “Design for Assembly”