Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding the assembly environment, part of Learn Onshape: The Basics.
- [Instructor] The purpose of this video…is to understand the assembly environment.…If you're not already in Onshape,…go ahead and log in and then go ahead…and open up the Lynda-SkateBoard document.…As soon as that work space loads…you're gonna see, at the bottom of the screen,…we've got a whole bunch of different Parts and Assemblies.…Now we've already kinda gone and explained the Parts Studio.…In this video we're gonna be going into Assemblies.…And if you click on this little Plus down here…you can see I can start a brand new Assembly…down here with that icon.…But I don't wanna start a brand new Assembly yet,…I just wanna kinda explore the Assemblies…that I already have, and how they all fit together.…
So, my very first Assembly is gonna be this Wheel Assembly…and all I've done there is taken that original wheel…and I've added bearings to either side of it.…So just combine those together.…I can then take that wheel and I put it…into a Truck Assembly.…So now I've taken two of those wheels…and brought it in with a bunch of other parts…
- 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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