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hole at an angle?

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12-04-2002 10:22 PM
i want to make a hole (drill and tap) at 10 degree angle on a surface. it is possible something like that and how?
thanks,
picozon
*Keller, Kent
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Re: hole at an angle?

12-04-2002 11:04 PM in reply to: picozon
you need to set up a angled workplane. If you don't have all the geometry
you need to make the workplane, you need to use other workfeatures such as
points and axis. Don't forget you can use the origin planes when creating
new planes also.

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> want to make a hole (drill and tap) at 10 degree angle on a surface. it is
possible something like that and how? thanks,
> picozon
*Berry, Patrick
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Re: hole at an angle?

12-04-2002 11:05 PM in reply to: picozon
Sure, make a workplane at 10deg through where you
want to have the hole intersect the plane (you may have to create some other
work geometry first), put a sketch on that plane and then create the
hole.

 

Pat


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want
to make a hole (drill and tap) at 10 degree angle on a surface. it is possible
something like that and how?
thanks,
picozon
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