Join Leon van den Heever for an in-depth discussion in this video Back cover, part of Modeling a Cabinet with SOLIDWORKS.
- Next we're going to complete…the back cover of our cabinet.…So from the Feature Manager select…from the bottom down to the draw shift selecting…and then just hide those components…in the Feature Manager.…Now, let's take a look at the planes…that need to be visible that we will be using.…So make sure that you've got the BackingThickness…and the Back as well as the Top, the SideThickness,…and the TopThickness planes visible.…
All right let's go to insert new component,…new part, and let's name this Back cover.…And save.…Select the Front plane of the assembly.…Let's exit the sketch.…And then we will want to start a new sketch…on the Back plane.…
So right-click, new sketch,…and let's sketch a center rectangle.…And I'm going to bring this across the left here…because we want to define the distance…on the outside of that plane.…So I'm going to select the top edge…and this top plane, make them co-linear.…
For the bottom we'll do the bottom line…and this top line, make them co-linear…and go normal two said we can select our centers…
AuthorLeon van den Heever
- Setting up the model and adding components
- Creating the main structure of the cabinet
- Modeling the door
- Building the drawer
- Testing the model
Skill Level Advanced
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1. Establishing Our Workflow
2. The Main Structure
3. Door and Drawer
4. Finalizing and Testing
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