For this post I carved a number of different pumpkins that I based off the model that I made for my last post. To create the pumpkin eating the other pumpkin I used the scale feature to reduce the size of my pumpkin base. This made it so that I did not have to remake an entirely new smaller pumpkin or even modify all the dimensions or the original one. This is a simple tool that can be used in order to scale an entire part. For the music pumpkin and the spider web pumpkin I drew sketches of what I wanted to carve on planes that were outside of the model and then extrude cut them up to next. When I made these sketches I made sure that I left gaps so that there would be no floating piece of pumpkin if it was to be actually carved. This assembly was created in Solidworks 2011. I hope you enjoy it and have a Happy Halloween!
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Mechanical Engineering 2013