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Bonding of 3D printed PET-G parts
Maxa, Ondřej ; Kupčák, Radim (referee) ; Zemčík, Oskar (advisor)
This bachelor thesis solves the problem of gluing PET-G material, which is used for printing 3D models in 3D printers. The goal is to select and then test the adhesive suitable for bonding the material. The suitability of the recommended adhesives was determined on the basis of standardized tests on experimental blasting equipment. Based on the measurement results, it is suitable to use one-component instant adhesives for gluing PET-G material, the advantage of which is easy handling and quickly achievable handling strength.
Application of composite materials for sport optics
Kupčák, Radim ; Slaný, Martin (referee) ; Zouhar, Jan (advisor)
In Its first half this master's thesis describes composite materials with carbon fiber reinforced plastics being the main focus point. An overview of production technologies follows. The major objective of the second part of this master's thesis is to design and manufacture a simplified model of an optical device using prepregs.
Modification of the crank store on a bicycle
Kupčák, Radim ; Osička, Karel (referee) ; Kalivoda, Milan (advisor)
In its first half this thesis describes most common materials used in the bicycle industry as well as various types and standards of bottom brackets and mentions their pros and cons. Starting with the oldest cotter pin type all the way to the most modern press fit bottom brackets. The major objective of the second part of this thesis is to design a crankset based on the research in the first half. One of the most important aspects of the design was to choose a suitable type of bottom bracket for non-competetive riding. Structural analysis using finite element method was done and the design was altered accordingly. In the end the process of manufacture was described.

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