Is this can be done with 2D sketch? I tried with 2D sketch but I had issue in filleting the corners because as some were not in the same sketch. I tried to do the half then mirror it.
Yes... Begin a 3d sketch. Exit anything you have going on and begin a 3d sketch. Then select all the 2d geometry you need to convert.
Then you can use the sketch fillet tool like you would normally in a 2d sketch. You must remain in the 3d sketch to do that. After converting and filleting exit the 3d sketch.
Yes, I would go with the 3d sketch so you can fillet each intersection. Just begin a new 3d sketch and select the sketch geometry from your 2d sketches and then convert. Then you can fillet appropriately. You are going to have to move the end of the top line over a bit so you can mirror your sweep.
Are you saying to convert my 2D sketch into 3D sketch?
Thank you very much for your help.
One 3d sketch Maha
Is this method require a custom weldment profile?
I do want to add that this can be done in one 3d sketch, perhaps using a 3d sketch plane on the fly, but does take some practice. That may be what your instructor wants you to do. If I were you I would invest some time and master that technique. Once you have done that a few times you will wonder how you lived without it. If I remember correctly there is a pretty tutorial in SW for this.
I will try it with one 3D sketch.
Making the skeleton sketch in 3D sketch seems a better option.
Make good use of planes while sketching in 3D otherwise it'll be messy.
How to make this hole through both direction.
Draw circles on the plane
Direction1 --> Upto next
Direction2 --> Upto next
I use surface trim. Which tool are you using?
thicken it. form a solid. then use the usual cut-extrude to make the hole. will save some work.
How about doing following way:
Creating solid tube and after finishing everything make shell to have a hollow tube. This can avoid creating hole problem in hollow tube.
No special profile just a 26.9x2.6 bhp chs
What will be the thickness of the tube?
2.6mm is a thickness of a tube, but not sure what material the chair is actually made off. Could be solid piece off wood.
As i'm writing this i look at drawing and it stipulates.
Dia 30 tube, Chrome Steel
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