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Spyderco Delica 4

Spyderco Delica 4

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Description
MODEL NOW DOWNLOADABLE! CHECK OUT THE VIDEOS (at end of the film strip) Update: It is now fully designed and have gone through a first round of rendering! This is a fully designed Fusion 360 model of the a Spyderco Delica 4 FRN full flat ground folding knife. It is modeled 1:1 scale, with the all parts need for a full assembly. Most of the model has been derived from sketches (Splines, circles, and lines) made based on various images I pulled into the design environment. The only sculpted body is the spring bar that pushes on the lock back lock. Every part is its own distinct component.
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X120

You can try to create a model of the knife kevin john - venom 2?
I have tried several times in the program google SketchUp but not, I'm a novice and engineering education there. But the program Agyshscht 360 liked their capabilities, it is now trying to learn and create primitive models

almost 3 years ago
User_x176

Hi !
Can you upload a STEP model or something like this ? i have no software to convert F3D files :(

over 3 years ago
User_x176

Hi!
This is amazing!
Can You export only the scales to STL format?
I have a delica 4, and I'd like to print out the scales with 3d printer.

over 3 years ago
User_x176

Hi Kequing, I like the knife. I'm a teacher, and would like to copy your method/approach to this. Now that you have designed the knife, I ask a favor. Can you redo it, with a video capturing your screen and voice, AND some program showing mouse and keyboard entries. You could speed through the process, as you've already worked out the bugs (not perfect, but doesn't need to be). I would then offer to take my hackerspace members through the tutorial (they think solidworks is the go to CAD program... we got to teach em otherwise :). I would also tag each command usage to that point in the video, so that it would be searchable. Please get back to me (via email if possible) as I want newbies to learn this program.

over 4 years ago
User_x176

nice knife :-)

almost 5 years ago
X176

Hey Bryan, I had to manual pull each component apart. It's not ideal but for what its worth, its works. I can see how an exploded view feature would be useful for more complicated models though.

about 5 years ago
User_x176

Keqing,
Great work! I am new to Fusion 360 so I have a question. Are the Exploded Parts views you present above supported in Fusion 360, or did you manually create those views? Thanks!

about 5 years ago
User_x176

Complicated mind!

about 5 years ago
X176

Part 2 video posted! http://youtu.be/ScvkAOBc5OU

over 5 years ago
X176

Thanks Tom, appreciate your comment! look out for a part 2 video soon!

over 5 years ago
X176

Amazing work! I'm still looking on it with my mouth opened :D The picture with brown wooden background look's astonishing!

over 5 years ago
X176

Thanks Alex!

over 5 years ago
X176

This is awesome, Keqing... full attention to detail!

over 5 years ago
X176

Video added!

over 5 years ago
X176

You should totally show them! Let us know if we can help.

over 5 years ago
X176

Also, thanks for doing that! I'm a big fan/nerd of Spyderco and their products.

over 5 years ago
X176

Not at all Stan, I also plan to get it rendered in KeyShot. Stay Tuned!

over 5 years ago
X120

Nice work Keqing, Do you mind if I show it to my friends over at Spyderco?

over 5 years ago
X176

Hey Weili, I'm still working on it. Will share once it's done :)

over 5 years ago
User_x176

How can I download the model?

over 5 years ago
X176

Thanks Mike! The model doesn't have any materials applied yet, I only have component color cycling turned on. I used mostly spline sketching to design the handle, patterned on path to get the gimping, and lots of hole cuts.

over 5 years ago
X176

YES! Just, sharpen that knife. Love the anodized green. Did you use mostly solids?

over 5 years ago
X176
Keqing Song
Oregon, United States of America
OPEN/DOWNLOAD THE MODEL

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