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Erase lines

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Message 1 of 56
memo2022
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Erase lines

Hi guys, I connected two parts but i found these line. How to erase these lines showing down? please make a video for the solution. I attached a picture and the file.

memo2022_0-1706347335459.png

 

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Message 2 of 56
g-andresen
in reply to: memo2022

Hi,

Extrude inner profile to outer surface

height offset.png

 

günther

Message 4 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: g-andresen

I got the lid right but when i went to the chamber it did not work please see the video

Message 5 of 56
g-andresen
in reply to: memo2022

Hi,

What do you want to show?
On your "shaky video" I can only recognize that it is a different file than lid.f3d from #1.

 

günther

Message 6 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: memo2022

I attached the file. I want to close those lines on the surface please.

Message 7 of 56
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: memo2022

@memo2022 

OK, let's get started.

Sketch a rectangle below the Origin...

TheCADWhisperer_0-1706371333350.png

Attach your new file here for next step.

Message 8 of 56
abinessa
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

CAn you just make a video on how to erase the lines as you did in the lid please. I attached the file again. Just show in the video please.

Message 9 of 56
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: abinessa

@abinessa 

The original file is modeled all wrong (see just one example in image below), so it will be best to start over from scratch...

TheCADWhisperer_0-1706372120326.png

 

@abinessa 

The designer @memo2022 seems to be having trouble sketching a dimensioned rectangle.

 

Message 10 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

I fixed that please see the attachement. Last question how to place the object in the centre. Why I have to move the object to the centre to make the sktech and the measurement wont be accurate can you demonstrate in with this design how to place the object in the centre automatically like solidwork. Thanks

Message 11 of 56
TrippyLighting
in reply to: memo2022

I propose that your skills in SolidWorks also aren’t up to snuff. As such my recommendation would be to follow @TheCADWhisperer ’s suggestions step by step. Chances are that you’ll actually learn how to model, rather than just hack through stuff 😉

Peter Doering
Message 12 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: TrippyLighting

can you make a video on how to place the object in the centre automatically from what i sent. thanks

Message 13 of 56
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: memo2022


@memo2022 wrote:

 can you demonstrate in with this design how to place the object in the centre automatically like solidwork. 


@memo2022 

OK, it turns out that I am a Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP) since 2007 and have taught many other CSWP and CSWE.

So let's get started...

Sketch a Center Rectangle at the Origin as shown below...

 

TheCADWhisperer_1-1706382808764.png

Attach your *.f3d file here for next step.

Message 14 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

done

Message 15 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: memo2022

done

Message 16 of 56
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: memo2022

@memo2022 

Because it took all day to get this far - we will have to take baby steps at first.

Add these two dimensions ...

TheCADWhisperer_0-1706384585988.png

Notice that the sketch changes color (just like in SolidWorks).

Attach the file here for next step. (This will only take 15 minutes from start to finish.)

Message 17 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

done

Message 18 of 56
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: memo2022

@memo2022 

Now sketch these circles as shown below (BTW - there is an easier way to do  this in Fusion 360 and in SolidWorks but you didn't seem to want to follow my instructions for the easy way, so we will do it the hard way.)

TheCADWhisperer_0-1706386543099.png

 

Message 19 of 56
memo2022
in reply to: TheCADWhisperer

done

Message 20 of 56
TheCADWhisperer
in reply to: memo2022

@memo2022 

I can't see your dimensions.

Either spread them out or better yet, Attach your file here.

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