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If it is not already highlighted. To perform the extrusion. Click the Generate icon to complete creation of the extruded shape model. The result is shown in the figure below. Figure Edited dimension values.
The tree structure shows the components from which the solid model is created. Figure Extrusion. Click on the Display Plane icon to turn off the axes display and high-light the last item in the model tree Solid to display the volume. Figure Extruded solid. Basic solid modeling notions have been used thus far to demonstrate creating a solid by extruding a two-dimensional section. Solid Modeling Fundamentals Figure File menu. Figure Select the extrusion. Start from the screen shown below if the extrusion is still in memory.
First modify the tree structure. In the next tutorial we will revolve the same Lshape to create a solid of revolution. T1A and location of your choice. Click Yes to the query.
Return to the Project Schematic and use Save As to save this work using a new file name. Click on Sketch1. The extrusion is deleted and the new tree structure shows 0 Parts and 0 Bodies. Figure Delete the extrusion. Figure Select the sketch. Sketch a 2 mm diameter circle on the XYPlane as before.
Save to archive your work. Be sure Sketch1 is highlighted and Click Revolve. Figure Cross section. Next we will take a circular cross section and sweep it along a circular path to illustrate the third kind of modeling discussed in this chapter.
Click Generate. Solid Modeling Fundamentals 4. Save this file as T1C or something convenient. Figure Solid of revolution.
Direction options change the rotation direction.
Start DesignModeler. We get the sketch1 figure shown. Note that at the origin of the path. In the Tree Outline Click Sketch2. We need to specify the Profile cross section of the solid and the Path along which the profile will be swept. Figure Path of sweep.
Select Sweep to create the solid. We will use a simple curve to define this path. Figure Profile and path selection. See Figure In the Tree Outline Click Sketch1. The Modify menu includes Fillet.
The next illustration shows the Draw and Modify options. Spline and Construction Point. Replicate and Offset.
Line by two Tangents. Notice that the profile is perpendicular to the path as when we used Extrude to create a solid. Some of the other sketching features are shown below.
Also the path can be a more complex curve as in the example of Figure where a spline was used for the path. We used the line drawing option and the equality constraint option in the tutorials above. Tangent Line. Generate to obtain the solid shown next. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4.
Chapter 5. Chapter 6. Surface Models. Chapter 7. Line Models. Chapter 8.
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It is suggested that, whenever a project file is needed to start up an exercise, you use a project file provided here, rather than your own finished project file, so that your numerical results would be more consistent with those in the textbook.