This is a section view of the origin plane. Measuring tool is not giving thread angle between two edges. How to measure this thread angle?
Is there any way to measure 29 deg?
you need to learn some basic functions in sw your measure tool is in point to point
One way is to make a drawing from the model. Make a section view and dimension the angle.
I admit it's kind of an odd way to go about getting a measurement but it works.
angle is 30 look at thread sketch
Where are you getting information for this thread - there is nothing correct about the thread?
This is a random work I use thread tool to cut this ACME thread and checking whether it is complying with standard mentioned. So far nothing is complying.
1. What is the Major Diameter of the part you modeled?
2. What is the Major Diameter of the Thread Die that you selected?
3. What is the Standard Specification of the Thread feature that you selected?
SolidWorks Thread feature does not create ACME threads.
No Specification listed for ACME thread.
So that my approach is totally wrong. I tried this because the profile looks similar. I assume that manual way is the only way to cut ACME thread.
Before creating any thread - you should first determine exactly what thread you need.
Standard threads are listed in tables.
M standard ( 60° metric threads) are very different than ACME standard threads.
Assuming your Design Intent is to learn to model a standard ACME thread - pick a size from the tables.
Section view in model creates cap on the cut plane. This is explained in the tutorials how section views work.
1 off part like this, you have to check????? to see if the angle is right? WTH was the inclusive angle in the sketch that created the cut? That would tell you what the angle is.
If you had created a helix and drawn a cut profile this question would not be a question. (Using the thread feature is no different) there is a cut profile around a helix @ a pitch. You can modify them to make acme threads, I use the 1-8 profile cut and modify the profile to give me a 1-4 Acme standard. I use the thread feature as a shortcut when I need to show threads, modify the sketches and helix it is just a shortcut.
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