Learn what Draft is, why it is useful, and why it is required in plastics design as well as metal casting. Next, learn how to use the Draft analysis tool and apply these tools to the Link2 component that was designed in the previous videos.
- [Instructor] So let's take a look at … understanding draft angle … and the draft analysis a little bit further. … Notice I've jumped back to my link two design here … and if we remember, we added a draft angle … when extruding this object. … First, I might just roll back past the fillet there … just to simplify things a little bit here. … But if we remember, if we took a look at … our right view here, we added that draft angle … or that taper angle directly in our extrude. … Now I can jump back into my Extrude feature … where I'll edit this feature and we tune in taper angle … or draft angle of eight degrees here … but of course we can change this at any time … 12 degrees, four degrees, whatever it might be … or I might just remove it altogether, give zero degrees … so there's no longer any draft angle … on this particular extrusion. … So now another option I have to really … do the exact same thing is use the Draft tool. … So if I go into my Modify tools, … I can find the Draft tool here …
- Designing the base component
- Designing links
- Using the plastics and casting design tools
- Creating a mechatronics assembly
- Routing wire
- Creating the final outputs
Skill Level Intermediate
Fusion 360: Multi-Body Modelingwith Jomarc Baquiran47m 9s Beginner
Fusion 360: 3D Printed Product Enclosurewith Vladimir Mariano1h 58m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Tools for Plastics and Casting Design
3. Mechatronics Assembly
4. Final Outputs
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