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This part shows how to use surfaces to help create geometry used to create swept cuts. These groove cuts create a diamond pattern called checkering. Checkering is usually added to wooden handles for decoration and to provide better grip.
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No
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28
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This part shows how to use a Layout Sketch to help guide and setup downstream features. This part model has multiple configurations with different shapes of the four main pieces (Pommel, Handle, Cross-Guard, and Blade). A Design Table is used to help control and organize the different configurations. There are equations used to control the geometry as the dimension values. There is an example of non-uniform scale feature. Other features in the model include Revolve, Mirror, Combine, and Revolve features
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Yes
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61
Added on
14 Mar, 2016
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To begin, the lip is modeled first to control the outer dimensions and establish the parting line for the part. The Surface Extrude establishes the various strata in the floor of the tool pocket. Storage pockets are added for accessories. The kiss-offs will join the two sides of the blow-molded part to make the part more rigid.
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Yes
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45
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14 Mar, 2016
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This highly detailed, multi-body model has over a 150 bodies and is created mainly from extruded features. There are several examples of different types of wood joints. Dovetail joints are used in the drawer creation. Mortise and Tenon joints (open and closed) and tongue and groove joints are also used to build the framework of the chest. Multi-contour sketches are reused to save time and to act as layout reference sketches, allowing for easy modification of geometry. Other features in the model include: sketch driven patterns, chamfers, Move/Copy Body, and one linear pattern.Download this file to learn more about reusing multi-contour sketches, different types of wood joints and sketch driven patterns.
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No
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102
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13 Dec, 2017
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There are two configurations in this multi-body solid model. One configuration is open and one that is collapsed. A master "layout" sketch helps to plan and organize the ribs and stretchers in the two configurations. With help from the layout sketch, the geometry can be easily created and the components line up as desired. A few surface features are used to create the canopy. There are several examples of basic sweeps and circular patterns. Other features in this model include revolves, move/copy body, surface boundary, knit surface, and thicken. Download this file to learn more about layout sketches and configurations.
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Yes
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135
Added on
11 Dec, 2017
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The first record players are over 140 years old and are still unbelievably in use, in one form or another, today. This model is a little flashback of some old school music history. This is a multi-body solid created from mainly extruded features. This part has multiple shells including one with multi-thicknesses. A split line curve used in conjunction with a shell feature to cut geometry as it shells a solid body. There is a cool example of the indent command removing material. Other features in the model include: revolves, loft, combine, delete face and sketch driven pattern.Download this file to learn more about shelling multiple bodies, the indent feature, and to learn a little bit about music history.
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No
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53
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11 Dec, 2017
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This festive multi-body part shows a few alternate methods for creating geometry. A spiral is projected onto the glass using a split line curve to create the etching. There is a cool example of the indent command removing material, similar to the intersect command, to create an accurate body for the liquid. Other features in the model include: revolves, move/copy body, and a linear pattern. There are two display states, one to show the liquid isolated from the other solid bodies. Download this file to learn more about spirals, the indent feature and display states.
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No
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74
Added on
11 Dec, 2017
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You don't just play this board game, you must survive it. This fun multi-body model is mainly created from extruded bosses and a few cuts. One sketch picture is used to help create the walls and dividers of the box enclosure. There is a unique example of circular pattern of two circular patterns. Other features in the model include: thin revolves, move/copy body, split line curves, reference axis, mirrors and one sketch driven pattern.The "crystal ball" half dome is "layered" to give a cool semitransparent effect. There are two custom decals used in this model.This part has two configurations, each with a different riddle or message in the crystal ball.Download this model to learn more about sketch pictures, custom decal creation and patterns.
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Yes
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46
Added on
11 Dec, 2017
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This festive model demonstrates hybrid modeling. It is modeled with mostly solid body features, with the center intersection created with a handful of surface features. The clavicle is created with a "center line" loft which acts like a loft with a sweep path. A projected curve which "merges" two 2D sketches to make a 3D curve is used for the "sweep path" for the unique "center line" loft. Surface body features in the part include: boundary surfaces, surfaces fills, surface knits and one surface trim. There is one example of "delete face" used to turn solid bodies into surface bodies. Download this model to learn more about hybrid modeling and how to create a projected curve.
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No
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62
Added on
20 Nov, 2017
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This festive model is multi-body part. It has two curve driven patterns to make up most of the cornucopia's shape. The curve driven patterns use 3D sweeps as construction geometry to control the shape of the patterns. To create the cornucopia tapered, horn-like geometry, several scale features are used, some uniform and some non-uniform, to adjust the ring sizes. The scale feature is also used in conjunction with move body features to quickly make two larger size pumpkins from one small one. Multiple "Move/Copy Body" commands are used for translation or rotation of bodies and in some cases for creating extra solid bodies to fill in gaps in the cornucopia's tail.Other features include a combine, centerline loft, and cut with surface. There are three revolves including a mid-plane revolve. There are multiple swept cuts including one with a twist, simulating a helical curve. "Insert, Part..." with the "Break link to original part" option is used to directly copy the original pumpkin features to save time, not having to recreate geometry from scratch without having any references back to the pumpkin part. Download this file to learn more about curve driven patterns, uniform and non-uniform scaling and how to copy and move solid bodies.
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No
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13
Added on
13 Nov, 2017

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