I've got a semi-complex drawing from sketchup of an geometric telefoneboothkindathing. The measurement from sketchup is all over the place and to no use. So I end up with one serious problem.
The top and righthand side connects and is together cut of to make a new angle on which a little piece of front is surposed to mate on.
Now I can't figure out the degrees of bevel on respectivly the top part and righthand part to form an unison plane on wich to constrain the front piece.
either way.. have a very nice weekend. Here the sun is shining.
I would use multi-body solids technique.
Attach your ipt file here if you get stuck.
Hmmm.. "the multi-body solid techique" sounds HOT!
Just not quite clear on what that implies..?
In the mean time I've got stuck so any analytic skills used on the attached file would be very very helpfull.
Thanks in advance and by chance ;-)
Here is something that might help you. This is probably not the easiest or the fastest way to do this but it will give you all the finished angles you need. The only reason for doing anything like this would be to figure out something with mutable compounding angles.
1st out of one part you can make the make the inside shape of your enclosure.
2nd use the thicken/offset command on every face.
3rd you can use the measure angle between the thickness / 2 and repeat that’s how you can get all of your angles
Attached I used your files to make an example. I made a surface using one of your parts. I would not suggest making your inside shape that way. I just did it that way because I didn’t have a clue what your finished product needed to look like.
I hope that made some kind of sense and help you in some kind of way...
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