- [Instructor] After you design parts and assemblies,…the next logical step is to make drawings.…Now I have the Linda SkateBoard document open…that we've been using throughout the course,…and I have the hanger part up in front of me…and that's the part I'd like to make a drawing from.…So to get started with drawings, let's go down here,…click on the plus and come up here and say create drawing.…Now we have a whole bunch of different templates…that we can use, and a lot of them…are preloaded from Onshape.…I can also download and create my own templates,…I can upload them back into Onshape.…
I have a whole bunch of options and we can really get into…a lot of detail there.…But to get started, I'm just gonna show you the basic…Onshape templates.…Now you can use either millimeter or inch-type templates,…and we have all the various different sizes of drawings.…Now my favorite drawing size is a C size drawing…because it allows me to put a lot of information…on the drawing, and it's scaled so it prints out…really nicely on a regular eight and a half by 11…
- 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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