so I made my plan to make a cube then extrude it then do the remaining cuts
but I think the top surface should be chamfered
and I dunno how to use it in my cube to make it look like the one above?
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Daniel,.. ok,.. let me guess,.. this is homework?,.. If it is,.. you need to do your own work, by yourself so you can learn,.. that is why it is called homework.
Recently I saw some posts with the same questions with diff. images - seems like all in the same class?
i'm from so far place believe me
You need to "grow up", kid !!!
is it a mistake that I came here asking for help?
No, its the right place to ask questions on things you have trouble with.
No, it's not. Please behave when seeking help here!
Daniel Banana wrote: is it a mistake that I came here asking for help?
Daniel Banana wrote:
You are fine to ask help (I would say guidance). But it would be better if you show your files (progress on the work) in addition to question pictures. That way we would guide you better and would rather let you drive the things.
As far modelling is concerned, there are many ways to get the end results.
Thank you Deepak for reeling that in. Sometimes we can be pretty harsh to some people.
Daniel Banana , you have to understand that we have had people show up on this forum and ask us to do all their work for them. Generally this comes with a pretty nasty response. Especially if we suspect it is to cheat at school or something similar.
That being said.....generally with this type of question, we want you to show us how much you have done and exactly where you are stuck at. Then we can nudge you in the right direction. Your question was extremely open ended and that is probably why all the bad comments.
Daniel,.. we have many students who come here and try to get quick answers to their homework questions. (they usually post isometric drawings as you have shown)
So, I will say this differently,.. first, it helps us to know you are a student (thank you).. and it would be better help the forum in helping you if you supplied or attached some solidworks data (screen shot or part/asm) which shows a effort by you in reference to your question.
Daniel Banana wrote: i'm from so far place believe me KFUPM
Wow....I had to Google that. Never heard of it....looks cool though
Yes, appears to be good one
we welcome you to come here man it's an MIT Saudi version =))
Attach your *.sldprt attempt here - then someone can give you guidance.
Can you ask your instructor to join this discussion?
we welcome you to come here man it's an MIT Saudi version
You must be smart kid - I tried but couldn't get in MIT
You could use the front or side view for your basic extrude.
Just choose a normal view you like, sketch that profile and extrude, and create the necessary cuts to finish the part(unless you are required to "cut" it from a cube. There are many different ways to create that part, each with varying number of steps or features.
One extrude and two cuts should do it.
start with the correct plane...then use the sketch command and get after it....read the darn book....
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