Learn how to use the Rib feature and explore why Ribs are commonly used in plastics design and metal castings.
- [Instructor] Now that we have shelled out to my component, … let's take a look at adding some webs … or ribs to this component … to help add some structural strength. … And we'll see that the web tool … works a little bit differently than other tools … we might be used to, but it may be somewhat similar … to a thin extrusion. … So first let's create the plane that we'd like … to sketch our webs onto. … So I could just use this face here … to sketch on if we'd like our web … or our ribs to come all the way up to that surface there. … However, in a lot of cases ribs or webs, … don't come all the way up the park … and it might only come up a portion of the park. … So in this case, we might want … to create a construction plane. … So I'll go create a construction plane. … Let's do an offset plane here, … and I want offset from this face here. … Let's say a distance of five millimeters … and you go negative five millimeters. … So it's going to go down. … I can take a 3D look just to confirm. …
- 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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