Can anyone list out the steps to recreate this ?
..the easiest way is the extrude or cut .25" from the plane at 45 degs.
From where do I need to create the 45 Deg plane ? can you explain a bit more ?
Thanks Paul, it looks like your approach is so easy after I see your solution. Thanks for your help.
I'm guessing since you need to recreate this that the example you've posted was given to you, is that correct?
Is this for a class project, test or exam by chance?
I have to create similar model with mild steel for a project here. Never came across any tutorials online, so thought of asking in the sw forum.
No problems, you've come to the right place!
But it helps us and you a lot if you also attach what you have managed to create yourself (so far) so that people can then give you a guiding light from that part forward..............
Attach what you have created so far..........
I started with using the split lines, then used a surface loft to project a cone like structure on top of the part, then used surface cut. But in the end, the result was not good.
Another way, use surface extrude with draft. It'll create the chamfer in 1-step.
That's well cool I never realised how to do that,,
but its nuts, if you reverse the direction (without draft) you get a hybrid surface/solid - ZTG?!
Maybe good for making optical illusions
Something that I noticed too while playing around, then discarded it as " something weird".
with draft we get these 2 features (in single body) connected by edge that is not possible with normal extrude / cut.
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