Creating a threaded hole


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Creating a threaded hole

To create the final hole, we'll begin the same way we did in the previous holes, by right-clicking and selecting Hole from the Marking menu. Rather than using the Linear Placement option that has defaulted in the dialog box, we're going to return to our Concentric option. It automatically jumps forward and asks us what Plane we want to place the hole on, and I'll select the top of this boss. Now you notice it has picked up the previous diameter so that when I'm asked to select the Concentric reference I can't select the top of this hole or the face of this boss. Typically we would just simply change the diameter to a smaller size so that it fits on that face, but in this case we're using a threaded hole.

So what I am going to do is move to the bottom of the dialog box where we can define what type of hole is being created. By default, it starts with a Simple Hole, you also have the option for Clearance Holes, Tapped Holes, or Tapered Tapped Holes. For this design we need to...

Creating a threaded hole
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