Hi how can i mate the disc onto brake pad?
I assume you are referring to the center of the disc to the pad? If yes then for the ones I use, I set up a sketch in the pad model for the size disc I am using and mate to those. If I do not do that then I try to model the pad where I can use distance mates from the planes. Hope this helps.
This an assumption, but for rotor concentricity, how about creating a sketch that contains a 3 point circle on the [EDIT: center of the ends of the] caliper pins/bolts.
Create an extruded surface using this circle.
Then do a contric mate with the rotor and the surface.
After this, hide (not suppress) the surface.
The other mate can be a distance instead of a coincident mate.
A coincident mate will wear your pads out prematurely.
Kevin Chandler wrote: A coincident mate will wear your pads out prematurely. Cheers, Kevin C.
Kevin Chandler wrote:
Is that from experience ?
Another (more thought out) approach:
You can adjust the angle for the angled plane if 45° doesn't work for you. Everything should follow along w/o any kabooms.
I hope this helps,
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It's a good excercise on using reference geometry for mating.
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