The Shaft and Key part is created. The Difference Feature tool is used to create the keyseat feature of the shaft.
- [Narrator] Now that we've finished…the base and pin our last part…that will be creating is the shaft and key.…We will do those both together in one 3D file.…So I've already saved out the shaft and key file.…Let's go ahead and delete…our base and pin drawing.…This one will also just consist…of two primitive shapes, one cylinder…and then a slab feature.…So I am going to start with the cylinder feature.…
So let's go down to feature modeling,…cylinder feature and will set…up the radius and heighth.…So the radius for this has a total diameter of .5…so the radius is .25 and the heighth will be .775…and then we'll keep with design Z for our axis.…So we'll just click then click a second point…to place the cylinder.…So now that we have the cylinder feature created…let's go ahead and do the key part.…
So I can use my view two for this.…So what I am going to do is create a slab feature…and then make a copy of it…because we have to create a cut…for where the key would be placed.…Normally these two parts are in separate pieces…
- 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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