In this video, learn how to generate a simplified model of the second link of the robot. Specifically, learn how to extrude with Draft and discover why this can be useful.
- [Instructor] To create Link two of my robotic arm, … I'll start a new skecth on the... … Front plane here. … And start with a circle just on my origin point. … Give a diameter of maybe 80 millimeters. … I'll draw another circle just above this. … With a diameter of... … 60. … And then I'll give a dimension … between these two circles... … Of maybe 200 millimeters. … And finally I'll add a constraint, … vertical constraint between these two points as well. … And then I'm just going to add in an arc. … So I'm going to do sketch out an arc. … In this case let's try a three point arc. … Start in somewhere about here on my top circle. … To maybe about here. … And a bit of an arc. … Just something like that. … And then another arc... … From my bottom half. … Somewhere like this. … And then I'm just giving kind of the … general shape of the arc. … And then I'm going to finish it off with … some constraints and dimensions. … So I'll start with the tangent constraint. … I'll say I want both arcs to be tangent to each other. …
- 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
Next steps1m 33s
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