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This sled incorporates some flowing curves along the length of the sled that step downward to create an interesting, cascading side wall. The inside of this sled is modeled from a block and then shelled on the outside of the block to create the thickness of the wall.
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No
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72
Added on
14 Mar, 2016
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These safety goggles use surface modeling to generate their swoopy shape. Sweeps, lofts and trims create the initial surfaces that are then Thickened to form the glasses. The rarely used Mid-Surface feature is used to easily define a complicated parting line.
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No
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702
Added on
14 Mar, 2016
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This sand cast aluminum bottle opener shows techniques to create surface features that maintain correct draft at the parting line. It also discusses how to add text with draft on non-planar surfaces.
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No
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109
Added on
14 Mar, 2016
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This small screwdriver demonstrates how to create a handle with correct draft. It also models finger grips around the handle by using surface fills to replace a circular patterned split line.
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No
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119
Added on
14 Mar, 2016
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The Wire Profile Plane creates the wire size of the belt, the overall width of the belt, the number of segments of the belt, and the desired tolerance between each link in the belt. A final variable, belt spacing, is defined by dividing the overall belt length by the total number of segments. The layout sketch is converted into a new 3D sketch where fillets are added to the sketch. This keeps the relations easier to manage in the layout sketch. The wire profile is swept along the wire path to complete the wire. The wire body is mirrored across the right plane to complete one belt link. The Belt Layout sketch is selected from the Feature Manager. The number of instances is then linked to the global variable “Number of Wire Segments”.
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No
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146
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This Plastic wall hook has an interesting shutoff along the inner edge of the hook. In addition, on the inner portion of the hook, a stepped parting line is modeled to allow filleting of the inner edge .This part also incorporates two separate shells - one for the main base of the hook and one for the hook feature.
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No
Downloads
53
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This hockey stick blade model makes use of a layout sketch to drive projected curves. The projected curves are used to create boundary surfaces that form the blade. The hockey stick is made from three components: a molded carbon fiber blade, an off-the-shelf carbon fiber shaft and a rubber top cap.
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No
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147
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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The body was created by sketching a circle and using the Extrude command along with a draft. A logo was attached to the front of the body with the decal appearance tool.A plane was created to use to sketch the head and as reference for other body parts.
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No
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144
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This multi-body part shows how to use a Layout Sketch and two Sketch Pictures to help guide and setup downstream features.This part has several patterns including multiple fill patterns used to create the bristles. There are examples of the Move Face command and also two 3D Intersection Curves. Other features included in the model include a Loft with guide curves, one Boundary, a Revolve, Swept Cuts, Extruded Surfaces, Combine and Split features. Download this file to learn more about how make fill patterns and creating parts with organic shapes.
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No
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243
Added on
7 Mar, 2016
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A rib is patterned using “Instances to Vary” in a Circular Pattern, but only certain types of dimensions are allowed to change. The model is built in quarters and halves, then patterned and mirrored and joined together to create the full shape. The model also shows a few ways to keep features and bodies clean and organized.
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No
Downloads
69
Added on
11 Mar, 2016

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