1. Use "insert into new part" command as Ned suggested.
You`ll get derived part in Assembly coordinate system
2. Use Insert->Features->Move/Copy feature to align coordinate systems as you wish
Best practices for creating a welded structural frame (not for simulation)
I'm not going to do the welding, I'm going to cut the middle tube, make a model, and I need the IGS file.
For understanding did you want to use your 3D for a CNC cutting laser like this one?
Laser tube cutting machines | BLM GROUP - YouTube
Or here you must to find as "laser cutting tube":
How to Notch/Cope structural members/tubes here @Igor Fomenko has the best solution
Laser Cutting Pipes
laser cut tube with end surface normal to
Sheet Metal Tube with Angled Ends
Thank you very much for your answer,,, but the above links have not been able to solve my problem, in the design tree cannot exceed 3 datum, and the need to cut the pipe, the axis line to line with any axis
Desing it and upload it....maybe Igor Fomenko can you help you. With only words can't imagine it.
You need to draw something like this
then use weldments to create bodys, i used 200x100 and 100x100?
then you could insert the body you want into new part if you wish to slpit
i am so sorry,You don't fully understand the title.
From the mechanical profession, the intersecting line refers to the round pipe, not the square pipe, can be used to redo one?
this works the same for round pipe
I as long as the support of the circular tube, because the cutting software has a limit, the circular tube axis and coordinate axis coincidence, either, if not, will not be able to correct cutting cutting software
Now the axis of the tube is not coincident with the axes.
Mabye i dont undertsand your question?
Upload your attempt or a pic of your attempt so someone may have a better idea.
this is with tube?
Requirements: 1. There are only three datum planes, no fourth plane. 2. The axis of the pipe coincides with one of the coordinate axes.
saved body as new part, added axis, inserted into assem, mate axis to front and right plane, save as iges
not sure on size but hope this gives you an idea.
First of all, thank you very much for your help, but it's not the perfect solution.
First of all, thank you very much for your help, but this is not the perfect solution.Although you can get this IGS, you can still recognize it correctly.
Can we use trig functions to solve it.
Why, you can use Constraints like in assembly
Push this button and use constraints instead of trigonometry
1. establish a sketch with reference.Constrain the sketch with a trigonometric function
2.Making pipeline entity
3.Use ellipse to make the section of resection, and use trigonometric function to constrain it.
4.Select the line in the sketch 1 as the path of the excision
That's the perfect answer I want. Thank you for your active participation.
You can use trim/extend feature of weldment module or simple cut by simple circular (not ellipse) profile in assembly module without any trigonometry equations.
What will you do when you have matter with not round tubes?
Unfortunately, up to now, I can`t understand what you wish to do.
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