The Base and Pin part is created. The Slab Feature tool is used for the base and then a cylinder and hole are added.
- In this next part we're going to be doing the base and pin,…so we're starting with the drive wheel part.…So I've already saved this out.…So then we're ready to go ahead and start.…So I'll delete my part,…and then we'll start by tiling the views again.…This is going to consist of a slab feature,…a pin or a cylinder, and a hole.…So, consists of three different features,…so we'll start by using the slab feature command.…We used this before in the previous project.…
And then we'll set the length now to eight inches.…The width will be 5.5,…and then the height will be 0.25.…So this part provides a base for the other parts,…so for the drive wheel and the cam part…will all be mounted on this base part for the assembly.…So we'll just use our top view.…This will be my length,…then my width, and then my height.…So now we have the base part created.…
So now we'll just need to put in the pin,…and then the hole,…so let's start with the pin.…So I'm using the cylinder feature tool for this.…My radius will be 0.245/2.…(keys clacking)…
- Navigating the interface efficiently
- Creating 2D views from 3D solid geometry
- Creating a complex shape
- Creating dimension styles
- Creating a 2D view with title blocks
- Dimensioning and printing a drawing
- Beginning the 3D solid
- Drawing and dimensioning a plate, bracket, and more
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introduction to the Software and Projects
2. Drawing and Dimensioning a Plate
3. Drawing and Dimensioning a Bracket
4. Drawing and Dimensioning an Angle Guide
5. Drawing and Dimensioning a Geneva Cam Assembly
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