Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating offset geometry and converting geometry, part of Learn Onshape: The Basics.
- [Narrator] In this video, we're gonna be talking about…the offset command.…Now in previous videos, I've been creating a brand new…Onshape document for each and every one of the parts…and I don't really need to do that.…You can think about an Onshape document…almost like a big folder,…and you can put individual part studios, assemblies.…You can put downloaded hardware in there.…You can put pictures, you can put PDFs.…You can put Excel spreadsheets.…All this stuff can be placed in one Onshape document.…So, if I wanna create a new part,…I can just click on this plus down here…and create a new part studio.…
It's all in the same document…and kinda wraps it all up in one nice folder.…There you have it, so let's go ahead…and jump into the front plane.…Let's click on a sketch.…I'm gonna click so I'm looking…directly down on the front plane.…And I always like to kinda hide these individual planes…to make it look a little bit cleaner.…Alright, so the first thing I'm gonna do is…draw a rectangle.…Click once, click again.…
- Modeling parts and working with Part Studios
- Creating sketches
- Building revolved and extruded features
- Trimming and extending sketch objects
- Creating offset geometry and holes
- Building assembles
- Importing parts
- Creating part and assembly drawings
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to Onshape
2. Basic Part Modeling
3. Modeling Parts
4. Part and Assembly Drawings
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