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    Default Drawing a Car Wheel in AutoCAD (HELP)

    Does anybody know how I would get the Extruded Red circles (holes) in the 1st image below to look like the holes in the 2nd image below?

    I’m drawing the wheel in AutoCAD from a tutorial which has been drawn in SolidWorks.

    The small Extruded hole in the middle will go right through the wheel but the larger Extruded hole only needs to be Extruded until it hits the wheel surface (as per 2nd image).

    Help would be great.

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    Draw half of the hole longitudinal section and revolve it around axis, place it in appropriate pozition on wheel and after subtract it from wheel. Done.

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    Presspull will extrude and cut in one operation.

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    Hi thanks for the replies although I still can't do it.

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    Here is the wheel in DWG format, zipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobzy20 View Post
    Hi thanks for the replies although I still can't do it.

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    Draw your profiles, (in green), then press pull the larger hole for the counterbore then the smaller straight through for the hole...


    wheel.png

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    I think I have done it now.

    Thanks very much

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