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Hello, I am new to solid works and I am having trouble with a hole wizard part. Any help will be appreciated. I will attach a image of what I'm having trouble with, I cant get the dimensions I need. The hole should be made using hole wizard, linear pattern, & mirror, which i know how to do but cant get the dimensions right. Thanks
I was struggling -first day of self-paced training - with moving holes. This link you posted above was great. That is what I thought Inventor should be capable of. I wasn't finding it. Direct Edit ....assuming this wiil work for solids as well as faces.... ....I'm really green.
Here I have a flanged Alclad Plate I developed in AutoCAD2015 Trial, I since ran it through CorelCAD 2015 because I ran out of trial time. I have to sort it out to get more time. The problem is that I tried to put a third flange on the plate (a 90 deg one) after I had successfully extruded all the holes you can see. The 3rd flange was created by extruding concentric cylinders and subtracting a rectangular block from that. I found out I was having trouble when I tried to put a relief hole in the corner where the end of the 3rd flange meets the plate at a perpendicular intersection. That did not work; but sheetmetal workers do this before they bend the metal. I found that in the 2D views, the third flange separates form the plate. In the 3D model space, AutoCAD and CorelCAD both report the "assembly" as a 3D Solid. I would like to learn what is causing this to happen; stopping me making more holes.. Thank you for your help. CorelCad Alclad Flange 02042015 Stiffening Flanges A Relief Hole.dwg
Wohoo! I found an Autocad forum that can be useful to an amateur guy like me! (Welcome to me! ) The problem I have today is that the only thing i succeed with is to make a solid platform protruding OUT from the object when I am expecting a hole... My idea is accordingly to make an oval hole right into the center of the axle.