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Advanced Design Skills
Liam James - 13122055
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• The design is heavily influenced by the upcycling movement.
To upcycle something is simply to re-purpose something that
would otherwise be considered waste & to 'up' its value and
quality by doing so. This design is based upon upcycling old
industrial parts such as a G-clamp and old pipes to create a
new unique design that stands out.
• This specific design is for use in industrial style bars/cafes to
add to the feel and atmosphere of room.
• Consisting mainly of metal features with a wooden seat to
keep the old industrial style avoiding modern materials such
as plastic which overall would ruin the rustic upcycled style of
• The G-clamp is the mechanism that will be used to adjust the height of
• This stool can be bolted or screwed into the floor if wanted by the bar
to fix the stools in place without taking away from the overall design of
Part Material Manufacturing
Ball Joint Carbon Steel Milled
Base Centre Carbon Steel Cast, lathe screw thread
Base Rod Carbon Steel Extrusion, lathe screw thread
Corkscrew Carbon Steel Lathed
Foot Rest Carbon Steel Cast
Foot Carbon Steel Extrusion, lathe screw thread
G Clamp Cast Iron Cast, lathe screw thread
Seat Bars AISI 1020 Steel Extrusion, wielding
Seat Plate Mahogany Pressing, drilling
• Conducting stress analysis in solid works on the centre of the base displays where
the majority of the stress will be.
• The weight of an average person is applied to the part and the simulation is run.
• The results show the different areas of stress, the part displays little stress with
the majority still being well within safety factors.
• Analysing the factor of safety shows that 7x’s the amount of N’s can be applied
before there is too much stress.
• Applying material to each part will also give the overall weight of the stool, which
is around 21KG.
SolildWorks Weight and Stress Analysis