new in this jungle and I´m trying to draw this:
the real problem, to me, is the 1 mm deep; every time I get at least 2,45 mm.
The total thickness is 8 mm
The easiest way to achieve this without calculating is to just make an M6 hole with the hole wizard, then come back and add a 1mm X 45 degree chamfer to either end.
Alternatively, you can use the near and far side countersink of 7mm (because the tap drill for an M6 thread is 5mm)
If I could have one thing changed it would be this. Why can't they give you the option for using the depth & angle of a countersink rather than the diameter at the top. Would prevent having to calculate what the chamfer should actually be especially in imperial threads where the tap drills are crazy diameters. This would solve a lot of confusion & having to redro the chamfers.
Hole wizard has an option for far side countersink (to use with near side csink):
Thanks to both, i solved it in 30 seconds :-)
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