Join Leon van den Heever for an in-depth discussion in this video Modeling the door, part of Modeling a Cabinet with SOLIDWORKS.
- Next we're going to create the drawer,…so there's quite a bit of work to do here…so let's head on over to SOLIDWORKS.…The planes that we will be using…is going to be the top plane.…We've got our frame width visible…and then the side front as well as…the front frame thickness…and to the top we've got our brace to height visible.…So let's edit the skeleton component…and then using the front frame widths I'm going to…drag out to the inside and I'm going to set…in the properties this time.…
Let's just set the distance…to three millimeters,…complete the command.…And then from the top plane itself…let's come up just slightly.…So really what we're doing now is creating the gaps…so make that three millimeters, the gaps between…the door and these other components.…And then for the brace, two height,…let's drag that down slightly and we'll make that…three millimeters as well in the properties,…and okay to complete the command.…
So let's name this.…So for the first left plane that we then created,…let's make that door width.…
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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