Hey, i need to deliver this like TONIGHT and im a begginer at solidworks, can some one explain me how to model a pinball table leg? I know its very simple... but i cant
Diogo Silva wrote:... but i cant
Diogo Silva wrote:
... but i cant
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Rick Becker wrote:Just send me First Class Airfare to your destination. Arrange for ground transportation (Limo with bar service) along with accommodations at the closest 4-Star hotel. A small daily stipend will be required for food and necessary accouterments. Tipping is not required, but is greatly appreciated. Hope to see you soon.
Rick Becker wrote:
Do you think a student can do these things?
Diogo Silva - please read and fill out the form below and repost it here
Maha Nadarasa wrote:...Do you think a student can do these things?
Maha Nadarasa wrote:
...Do you think a student can do these things?
There are many many rich folk in the world. The World's Billionaires
Those rich fold have children and grand children.
I assume most of the children and grand children go to university.
Yes Maha. I hope one of those rich kids takes me up on the offer (and Daddy pays) and I will indeed travel First Class to their destination and help them.
I'll carry your bags and your lollipop
What you are saying is your assumption otherwise you are expecting a Rolls Royce treatment from a person even not having bullock cart income.
Yes Maha, it is wishful thinking. It doesn't hurt anybody to hope
Are you failing to observe the humorous nature of The Great Master's posts? I know some cultural things do not translate easily....
You are obviously a student and are asking for help with your homework. That is a big no-no here on the forum, which explains all the replies that did not provide the help you wanted. Sorry to disappoint you.
However, if you are making a good effort to accomplish something in SWX and are having some difficulty then this forum can be a terrific and helpful place. In order for you to get the best experience I encourage you to go here: How do I do this SOLIDWORKS Forum thing? Go through ALL the links Dan Pihlaja posted there. If you read all of those things and then follow the advice you will be greeted with open arms and a lot of great help.
I gave a simple answer and he wanted it to be 700mm which I said yes
(I had to play..)..and, I'm indifferent with the leg idea... but, it could be a unique pinball attraction?..
Especially on Camel Day, come on release that ball
Definitly the most helpful answer !
Wow......very minimalist....so avant-arde!
You alwas rules buddy!...
Diogo, we can't help you model something for a school assignment, but best i can tell you didn't actually ask anyone to model it for you. You asked to explain it. This really should be something covered by your instructor for a school assignment but i have helped many students across the globe that have gotten little to no help in their classrooms. I can give you some general guidance based on the images i've seen.
The table leg appears to be a sheet metal part. This can be done in a few different ways but in general you will design it "as bent". If your goal is to replicate the part exactly for manufacture it should be a sheet metal part, with bends and a forming tool for the structural ribs on the long vertical sections.
Start by making a sketch of the "L" shape of the leg like this.
Using the Sheet Metal tab you will create a Base Flange/Tab with your sketch.
You will want to set the Base-Flange1 parameters based on your actual part. You will set the Direction 1 length to your 700mm and override the default parameters with a thickness value and corner radius suitable for your part. These parameters can be set in the first feature "Sheet-Metal1" in the feature tree but let's take it one step at a time.
This should give you the basic shape to get started. If you are having trouble completing the basic shape, the forming tools used for the indents are going to be a difficult task to tackle at this time. I assume the bottom of the leg has a bend (Edge Flange) and likely a welded nut and some support gussets. Try what i laid out first and see where that gets you.
Here you got....it was made on 3DS maybe you need some assistance to convert it to SW
Iron Man - Pinball Machine 3d model - Free3D
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