hi everyone.I am trying to draw this in solid works.That symbol M10.Is that a thread?? if yeah how can i make that.Thank you
As per the IS:4218 standard, in case of the Metric standard thread specification, if no value specified for the thread, the default pitch to be considered. In your case since the thread is specified M10, it is metric 10mm dia and the default pitch will be 1.5
If you refer the hole standard available in the SW library under hole wizard, ISO series you could see M10X1.0, M10X1.25 and M10, the third one M10 corresponds to the default pitch value ie is 1.5mm. The same applies to all other threads, if you click on the hole "show custom size" window under hole specification you could get the default value for each.
You may find the detail of the thread and the dimensions on Westermann Table or similar reference books.
Hope you are clear enough.
Yes that is a thread. Refer to any machine handbook to acquire more info on threads.
In SOLIDWORKS, use hole wizard tool to create the M10 thread.
I read about threads and make cosmetic thread by hole wizard but in this case the only thing given is m10. No pitch no outer/inner diameter so how should i draw this?
But what about these kind of threads.There is no info about anything just the minor dia = 15 In M series there is no such thing as m15.they have m14 and m 16 but no m 15
These are not threads but simple Ø15 hole.
Hello Sandhu.. As per the advanced demands there are so many additions made to the sizes of the threads. Basic form corresponds to ISO norms. Please find the attached reference chart corresponds to ISO standard. Even in this case as Deepak Gupta mentioned if no pitch value is mentioned by default you can consider the coarse value. But ensure to verify the standard adopted while designing, as there happened many revisions in past few years, as per ANSI/ASME stds..
There is no M in front of the 15 that I can see so it is not a tap. The lines you are seeing that look like threads are just the artist's way to show the bore. The same type of circular lines are shown in the 35 wide U shape at the top of the part.
FYI: I did a quick search on the web and found I could by an M15 tap; so they are available. If it truly is a M15 tap then you will need to add it to hole wizard yourself.
In general always coarse available pitch is used unless the user needs/wants a fine pitch. This is applicable for each thread.
Deepak correct the typo error "course" to "coarse"
Hmm thank you..from job perspective,is cosmetic thread enough?? Like in job, what kind of threads are used?? Cosmetic or the ones in which we have to draw the helical thing. Is learning cosmetif thread enough for the job in designing field??
Unless you plan to 3D print your parts (in my opinion) cosmetic threads should be enough. We have been using SolidWorks for 17 years in the design arena and (at least where I work) cosmetic threads have been good enough (we design industrial equipment for the paper industry).
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