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how to make this feature

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121premkumar
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how to make this feature

isometric2.jpg

hello fusion 360 community i am doing engineering and learning 3d design and not have much of the experience for the software . Can anyone tell me how can i make the 17x17 cut in the slant face of the object .

 

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o.briggs
in reply to: 121premkumar

Hi @121premkumar 
I would recommend looking at the Draft Tool within the modify menu. You can create the angle you are looking for. Alternatively, you could do a sketch from the side profile and use it to extrude the shape you are looking for along the part. 


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kellings
in reply to: 121premkumar

Hi @121premkumar I've attached a Fusion file for you to review how I modeled this part. If you step through the history to review the sketches and features I have created, I think you will be able to easily follow how I created this model. 

 

The tricky part that you are probably running into is that when you draw the sketch of the square on the front angled face, when you extrude that sketch, your extrusion ends up perpendicular to the face (normal to) instead of going in the direction you want. The good news is that this is pretty easy to deal with. 

 

Here you can see I created the sketch and drew my square on the angled face of the part and added the dimensions. FaceSketch.png

 

Finish that sketch, and then create a new sketch on the back face of the part as shown in this image. 

SelectSktechPlate.png

 

Once you are in the active sketch on the back face of the part, from the create menu choose Project/Include and then choose Project. 

ProjectGeometry.png

 

You can then carefully click on each of the 4 lines that represent the square you drew on the angled face. That will project those entities onto the active sketch plane. As your mouse is moved over those lines, the edge will change to a magenta/purple color. When you see that happen click to project that entity into your active sketch. Continue this for the other 3 lines until you have projected all four edges. 

ProjectEdge.png

 

Once you have all 4 edges projected, finish the sketch and then you can extrude the sketch region to complete that feature. 

ExtrudeProject.png

 

When you hit OK to complete the command, and move to a home view, you will see that your extrude cut matches perfectly the sketch you created with the square on the angled face. However, the sketch you used to create the square, the sketch is still visible. This is because the sketch was never consumed as a feature. Find your sketches folder and you will see one of your sketches still has the visibility turned on. Click the eye next to that sketch and you will have the part you are after. 

SketchVisibility.png

 

Here is what the part looks like when complete and the visible sketch has been turned off. 

Completed part.png

 

Kevin Ellingson
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121premkumar
in reply to: 121premkumar

@kellingsthanks for giving your time to my simple issue and also giving me a detailed solution for the same i highly appreciate your help . i have re-created the model .

Thanks once again  

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o.briggs
in reply to: 121premkumar

Glad you got it sorted! I look forward to talking more on the community in the future ☺️


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