Introducing half of Mjölnir. I decided to make the hammer split in half for two reason one comfort and two because of Thor Ragnarok.
Its comfortable because of it's flat side it allows the printer to place it face down on a desk or wall and have the hammer extrude through the wall.Making the illusion of the hammer stuck against a wall.
The second reason is because of the Thor movie series if you have see Thor Ragnarok you would know that Hela the firstborn of Odin destroyed his hammer by catching it in mid air and shattering it I front of him. I made the hammer in half to demon-straight that it is no more, the hammer was destroyed by the hands of Hela.
I definitely know that the hammer may look weird at first glance but the model definitely does give many valid reasons as to why you should print it. If you print it there will be no bad connotations towards the hammer 100% guaranteed or your money back :)
Overview and Background
Measuments and Design process
Start with a corner rectangle for the metallic part of the hammer.
Make two lines coming from the hammer down.
Make the four lines outside the hammer across from each other. Then connect the lines that form a right angle with another line do four of them.
Make a metallic part below the handle make the lines a little curved. Then create an arc on the very bottom and the top of the grip.
Construction line on the left side side going down .35 then have another line going down that's 3.05 then
Start- .5 cm going for the top construction line
4.75 top of the hammer from the right of the construction line
Hammer- 3.75 cm height by 3.1cm
2.8 left side
First make a construction box 6.2738 cm - width and 10.3124 - length
On the top .65 construction line on the top left going right then a 4.75 cm
The top right line going down .4 then another line down 3.2
Make a diagonal line from the corner of both lines then mirror entities over it
Extrude it for a 1 cm
Next chamfers each side and all corners .5 cm
Next create the symbol on the front
Lesson Plan and Activity
Constrints and Requirements
-Should have a flat back; detail will be on the front side
-Should fit inside a box that is no bigger than 65cm2 in area when lying flat
-Should be no more than 1cm thick
-Detail will be made using sketches that are extruded to different heights
-Sketch must begin with a constraint box, (center-rectangle created from the origin)
-Dimensions should be detailed but efficient
-Sketch must contain zero error messages
Decide on 3-4 potential images as inspiration for your project. Use a Google drawing to put multiple images together or add text in custom fonts using screenshots from site like www.dafont.com
Scale these images using the following method (show your work!!!):
Insert image into your Planning Document
Crop the image as closely as possible
Use the top ruler and convert your two dimensions to cm
Find your area in cm2
Find your “scaling factor” (SF)
SF = 65cm2 / (Current Area) cm2
Multiply each of your original dimensions in inches by the square root of your SF
Meet with your instructor to get your design approved. (Have your designs ready in order of preference)
You and your partner should develop an agreed upon plan for your figure:
Each group will make a single front view sketch of your piece. Dimensions should be clearly labeled and should match your final Solidworks drawing. You may make these and edit them as you go, but you must keep track of them all.
A bulleted/numbered list of the order you will create your model to be updated as you work through completing your design. This plan MUST be approved before you begin making your figure in Solidworks.
Once you begin creating your models, you and your partner will work independently of each other in the beginning. We will then evaluate how the process is going and determine how to split up our collaboration time.
Each person will submit their completed Solidworks file AND .STL file at the end of the project.