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This assembly contains 17 unique parts with 34 components total. There are four top level configurations. The Free Range configuration uses a limit mate to correctly restrict the blade's movement. The other three configurations show lowered, middle and raised blade positions. Two display states are used to have an orange and yellow color options available in all four configurations.This assembly contains mostly sheet metal parts with three parts having stamped, forming tool features. One sheet metal part has a new swept flange feature. The engine is a plastic part with drafted surfaces to help facilitate manufacturing.All parts have material assigned. All the parts have comments in every feature. All sketches are fully defined. Almost all of the features in the parts are named with the exception of some of the fillets.There is a short motion study showing the blade range of motion in the assembly.
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Yes
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691
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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A surface loft forms the main surface of the hook. A loft is used instead of a sweep so that the dimensions from the 4 intermediate sections can be inserted into the drawing. A sweep would not have the intermediate sketches.The loft itself uses 4 profiles and two guide curves (the inside and outside edges of the hook, converted from the layout sketch). The option to “merge tangent faces” is left off. The edges will be useful for later blending the hook into the load pin area. The shape is also more accurate, as “merge tangent faces” would fit a spline over the original sketch contours.
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No
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1747
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15 Mar, 2016
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The functional faces of the metal trowel head are going to be modeled first as surface bodies. After they are complete and knit together, they will be thickened to sheet metal thickness.A single surface sweep creates the main mass of the handle. If you edit the swept profile sketch, you will notice that two ellipses create the profile of the handle. In this case, ellipses are used instead of splines so that the profile will update automatically, maintaining a nice 'round' shape when the dimensions are changed. This negates the need to manually adjust the spline handles.
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No
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82
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This is a complete assembly of a tricycle model. This assembly is made up of 18 parts that include; Bell, Big Wheel, Bottom Step, Bottom Step Rod, Cap, Fender, Fork Axle Hold, Fork, Grip, Handlebar Clamp, Handlebars, Pedal, Seat with Post, Small Wheel, Step Bottom Frame, Top Frame, Top Step, Wheel Spacer. The wheel is made using the Rotate Body and Revolve commands. The body of the tricycle is created with Mirror and Delete Body features. 34 Mates combine the assembly along with a Mirror Component feature to complete the design.
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No
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377
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This toy boat is approximately 1/8 scale. It is a multi-body part that has some surface features used along with solid features to create some of the geometry. Some of the features in this model include: Solid and Surface Boundaries, Split Lines, Thicken, Cut with Surface, Move and Delete Face. There are three decals used for the two flags and for instrument panel.
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No
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412
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15 Mar, 2016
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Happy Halloween! This two part assembly uses solid and surfaces body features to create the geometry. This fun model has several different examples of surface features including surface lofts and boundaries, surface trim, offset surface, knit surface, filled surface, thicken and a ruled surface. Solid bodies features include lofted cut, delete face, combine and a centerline loft. Split lines are used to create the geometry for the eye. Learn how to use symmetry and mirroring to speed up your design process. All features include comments.
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No
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100
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15 Mar, 2016
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This 11 piece assembly is a model of a computer mouse. The bottom housing of this assembly is created with Surface Knit and Body-Move/Copy. The mouse buttons use Surface Fill and Surface Trim. The mouse wheel is made with simple Boss-Extrude and Fillet features. Nine mates and a Mirror Component command are used to complete this assembly
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No
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3329
Added on
16 Mar, 2016
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This wood carving tool is a multi-body solid part which uses both solid and surface features to create the geometry. This half hammer, half ax looking tool has examples of many surface features including extrudes, cuts, offset surfaces, extends, trims and a sweep. It also includes examples of mirrored bodies, revolved features, a loft with guide curves and other advanced geometry to create the handle, head and wedge components. Download this file to see many of the hybrid modeling techniques used to create this part.
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No
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67
Added on
11 Mar, 2016
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Pay attention to detail and don't be chair-less when you reverse engineering your work. This multi-body part relies heavily on symmetry and features the use of 3D Sketches, Sketch Pictures, Move/Copy Body, Surface Trim, Surface Thicken, Projected Curve, Freeform, Surface Loft, Boundary Surface, various Fillet types, Indent, and Mirror Bodies. This chair is also a good part for users who are curious about how surface commands are used on non-swoopy shapes. It's a good example of reverse engineering from a collection of pictures. It also includes examples of Mortise and Tenon joints.
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No
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1018
Added on
11 Mar, 2016
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This assembly has several components, some with multiple configurations to create the stairs including the handrails, newels, balusters, etc... Some parts use revolved cuts to create their geometry, others have swept bosses. The Newel has multiple configurations and uses a Sketch Picture to help create the profile. The handrail geometry is copied to other parts in the assembly using the "Insert Part" command copying over only an absorbed sketch. This allows the handrail geometry to be modified quickly in one place and then the changes automatically propagate to the other parts in the assembly. All the balusters are added using Linear Component Patterns.
Configurations?
No
Downloads
209
Added on
15 Mar, 2016

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