Join Leon van den Heever for an in-depth discussion in this video Drawer frame: Sides, part of Modeling a Cabinet with SOLIDWORKS.
- Alright next we're going to do the sides…for the drawer so let's insert a new part.…We'll name this drawer sides…and save this.…Select the front line of the assembly,…exit the sketch…and right click on the drawer width…and let's create a new sketch on this plane.…We'll sketch a simple corner rectangle command…and then define all these edges to the rotated plane…so the right to the back plane,…make them kind of linear.…
The left to the front.…Top edge to the top plane, code linear…and then the bottom edge to the drawer bottom, code linear.…Alright, fully defined, let's do an extrusion of this.…I'm going to go for a blind depth of 15 millimeters.…Enter to complete the command…or select the green tick.…
And to cut the duft tails, we're going to use…a command called cavity to speed up the process…so check this out.…If you go to the Commands search,…search for cavity, C-A-V will do.…You'll see the Cavity command.…And then activate the command.…Now, all you need to do in the selection section,…just select the front and back,…
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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