I was making the part in screen shot 13 but i ended up with part (red arrows showing the error screen shot 14) .I know about fit spline command but both both are different sketched what should i do to fix that.
Thank you very much
I deleted the dimension in the Boss-Extrude2 sketch and adding a vertical relation to fully define the sketch. That removed those edges.
Those line will disappear when you show "Shaded with Tangent Edges Removed"
Can you please post the part? This shouldn't happen on the part you are making. Not from what I can tell looking at the detailed drawing you posted. I am sure others here will post parts with their modeling methods.
yes but is there any other way by which i can remove these?? and while working in a industry,these kind of things in drawing,do they have any impact on the quality or something like that???
sorry new here..I don't know how to attach parts but i am attaching the image with tree and more information
The weird overlap makes me think that you may have inadvertently created a multibody part.
Won't be able to tell without a file.
also - you really shouldn't need to use "Fit Spline" for a part like that.
A little bit more of the tree, and we would be able to see if it is multi-body.
To attach the part, open the thread (not the inbox view), and click on "Use advanced editor" in the upper right hand corner.
Every part can be modeled many different ways with the same final result.
As for beginner, this is the perfect sample for you to try a couple of different approches, compare results and figure out what was wrong in this case.
You made the part in different parts and the merge box wasn't checked. Try this, from the right side draw a L shape sketch like this
and Extrude like this
Add fillet like this
Check the feature tree, see the sketch highlighted in the part pic
Those are the sketches that are showing.
See how the three sketches have a dark blue line and the one that is circled is grey? The grey one is hidden and the blue ones are set to visible. All you have to do is select those blue sketches and then "Hide" them. Easy.
yes..That is perfect but why doesn't it work like that in my design.I ticked merge bodies in my case but still it is showing these bodies separately
in the very first picture,all sketches are hidden but still it is there.I change them to show just for this image
Delete and start over, don't take long to re-do...
I added the part but the sketch isn't the issue because i did it intentionally in the second picture...And other question is that on real designing job does these things effect the design???
yes i agree but it doesn't matter as it is just practice but what if similar kind of situation happens in complex body.Is there any way to tackle this?? for example:- merge bodies
The part you are showing is "Not" a multiple body part - it is a single body part, therefore you Draw and or Model it as a Single Body Part.
yes..it is multi body but i ticked the merge bodies but still it is showing them separately
Kaffy Sandhu wrote: sorry new here..I don't know how to attach parts but i am attaching the image with tree and more information
Kaffy Sandhu wrote:
Click where shown below (I know it doesn't look like a link, but it is). Then you'll have a link at lower right to post files.
Here is another way of approaching this file.
ken my approach was almost same but when u did the second step which is boss extrude 2 and in your case u don't have that line then why it is coming in my design,
this is not the only part.This is coming at almost every part
Nice job John Stoltzfus
..as Todd says below.. you do not need to use "Fitspline" (you can delete it and change the hidden analytical lines/arc back to solid (or, un-check construction)
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