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Application of drawingless documentation in the design of a milling clamping device
Schneider, David ; Michalec, Michal (referee) ; Svoboda, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor's Thesis describes the construction of a milling fixture for clamping a component on a machine tool using drawing-less documentation. Available methods of clamping workpieces for machining are described here, and the creation of drawing-less documentation is further explained. Today, in the vast majority of cases, classic drawing documentation is used, which is in many ways more tedious than the processing of described 3D digital data about the model. The work describes the creation of drawing-less documentation on a specific design solution of a milling clamping device. This solution is developed on the basis of three proposals for possible conceptual solutions for the clamping fixture. Complete, drawingless documentation of all individual parts of the product. The bachelor's thesis shows the advantages of drawing-less documentation compared to 2D drawings of components, but also mentions shortcomings that reduce the overall impression. A possible improvement that could simplify the presentation of digital model data is suggested.
Present Swedish - Russian relations in context of intrusions of Swedish territory
Schneider, David ; Rolenc, Jan Martin (advisor) ; Machoň, Miloslav (referee)
The main topic of this Bachelor thesis are mutual relations between the Swedish Kingdom and the Russian Federation. These relations are being analysed with respect to historical experience. The concept of learning in international relations is used as a theoretical part of the research. The primary aim of this thesis is to critically assess the Swedish - Russian relations focusing on intrusions of Swedish territory over the last few years (esp. the territorial waters by submarines and the airspace by jet planes) which already appeared at the beginning of the cold war as a shaping feature of present relations between these two countries. In conclusion, the thesis says that the historical events (i.e. recent submarine-incidents in Swedish waters) have led to even bigger mistrust and negative perception of Russia.