Hello! Please tell me, why i don't have arhimedic profile threead in solidworks 2016?Thanks.
Are you referring to something like a water screw or a vending machine/chip conveyor screw?
Think you will be on your own for those type of threads/profiles. The only profiles that are currently available are the standard Inch/Metric and oddly enough some bottle (probably due to their similarity to a normal thread) profiles.
Yes, I referring to profile like a wather screw. This Arhimedic profile exist in parks where exist swimming pool. Summer, people going up to the stairs, and then, they slide in circle into a piscine.
For example, in SW 2016, when I open module Part and then, I modeling a bar, extruded about 150 mm, with diameter 26 mm, and down to holewizard at "Specification" is type of profile. I have in this box: Inch die/tap, Metric die/tap and SPP4XX bottle. Missing "Archimedes Screw Profile". I don't know how?!
You can write on google-images: Summer fun parks and you can see at 5 row. Their exist one picture with this example that I said.
Maries Vasile Sergiu wrote: You can write on google-images: Summer fun parks and you can see at 5 row. Their exist one picture with this example that I said.
Maries Vasile Sergiu wrote:
One person's search on Google will yield very different results from another person. You are better off to refer to a specific url.
I think you will have faster and better results if you make your own helical feature. I am aware of what an Archimedes screw is, but am not aware of any "standard" for it.
Feeder screw, auger, Dennis is right you have to create a swept helix profile.
Especially if you are going to have it made.
Basic concept of a feeder screw for a meat processor. I highly recommend using equations to drive diameters of the shaft, the helix and the swept profile. It makes changes transition smoothly. Also if doing in 1 part make sure to un-check merge features to allow for separation of the auger and shaft as needed.
Maries.. there are a few videos showing how to sweep using a helix.. (solidworks+archimedes+screw+video)
Look at 1:41 SolidWorks 2016 New Thread Features - YouTube
yes,..@ 2:25 he states he created "his own custom screw type from one of the others"..
Instead of insisting it already exists within SolidWorks somewhere (which it clearly doesn't) you could have already learned how to create your own.
Sure can't argue with that Maries ... Though, I've still never seen anything like those selections that were shown. Maybe it is/was part of an add-in package?
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