Can you help me to find the shortest way to finish this feature!
The shortest way is one sketch and then 3 features, Revolve, Extrude, Extrude. Attach your attempt here.
Share/upload your attempt and then we can suggest/guide you better.
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One sketch? I like your style. I can't think my way out of a 2 sketch scenario. But I do have a good cold at the moment.
One sketch! I see it
I must be obtuse!
I still can't see 1 sketch. I can't get past 2 sketches.
I'll keep looking when I can but I can't wait to see the solutions once the OP has his shot at it.
See, I am obtuse!
It never occurred to me to put the lines for the revolve inside the sketch!
Honestly! I don't find any idea to finish it
Do you mean you can not even model it using more features/sketches?
I'd suggest going through the tutorials. This is about as basic as it gets...
Hi Phuc, you need to look at the object and break it down. There are 2 very basic shapes joined by 1 basic shape.
Do not feel that we all are trying to drag you away but we want you to drive. So instead of someone doing the model for you, try yourself and share your files to get opinions/suggestions.
BTW J. Mather already gave you the required hints.
I have not finished this relation! Can you help me?
Assuming 10 mm as constant, I would do this
The only way to learn SW or any other 3D software is put your head into it. If someone guide you, then for that moment you will find a way. But in future if you have same issue then that person is not there for you maybe. So find your way yourself.
Anyways, I have found where you had stuck. See the attached image.
not sure what is going on or why this part needs to be made in one sketch....but it can be done with some advanced techniques...I have started models and gotten to the drawing and then decided to scrap the whole thing for a better modeling technique. Sometimes you have to take the long road and that road will help you decided best practices for what you try to do in the future.
Some parts start with material and you cut away what you don't want like if you where machining it. Other parts you can build with the pancake one extrude over another. During design time I may start with either of these two methods, or if it is a similar part to one that I have already done I will go with the final method.....the base revolve and then revolve cut for round parts.
Thanks Gupta, Mather and everybody. I did it
Nice work Phuc,
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