I would like to make a sheet metal workshop but I have problem with my cotation.
I want to do this , but I dont know how I do that with come little circle in the corner and with the same cotation
please help me
thankx A lot!
Change the bend radius to .0005 in the sheet metal properties....I wasn't sure what kind of corner you were looking to get. Giving it a tight bend radius will get the flanges close together...
I am not very clear on what you are asking. Do you want to make a 3D model of this drawing and how to put in the corner reliefs as depicted in the flat pattern drawing?
This is the unfold my fold, I would like to create this in 3d , and when I finish my unfold is this but on solidworks
Once you create the 3D model, use the corner relief tool on the corners to get the circle you are seeing on your flat. Insert>Sheet Metal>Corner Relief.....
The little circles in the corners are a "Corner relief" and you can find the command under the "Corner" menu.
Then select the second icon, with the little "C".
Regarding the bend notes, you have to check the option on the drawing properties:
and make sure the option "Display sheet metal bend notes" is checked as well in drawing view properties:
Hope this helps
Did I start my sheet in 3d like a cube or with a draw with some thinkness?
because I try the second option and don't help me with the angle
I would suggest to start with "sheet metal" features from the main base flange (the one with rectagular holes) and then add the 3 "edge flange".
I would start like this.....SolidWorks does a pretty good job on it's own putting in the required bend reliefs. This is a SolidWorks 2018 file....
I try but its not what I want I want my to face stich one to other but when a unfold it not merge
I 95% finish but the corner dont let me touch one to other
the picture updown is what I have but me I dont want space one the right side and the up
If you use .0005 bend radius, the geometry and the relevant flat pattern is not what you get in the real fabricated part.
You can use the "Closed corner" fir:
To get this:
Then apply the "Corner Relief" and get this:
If you are going to be welding up that edge, you do not want a large hole in the corner....it is a pain to try and fill. The geometry when unfolded will be correct assuming you have the correct bend deduction applied. This method will give you the minimum bend relief required for a closed corner. The .0005 radius is simply a number which tricks SolidWorks so it doesn't give you an error. In reality, the part can be bent using a different radius and still give you a closed corner for welding.
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