Can anyone model the part from attached view!! Please take dimensions as 60 & 30
Now my head figured it out.
Is this some type of test?
First Angle or Third Angle projection?
Nothing is given. It is one of the sampling test model.
Given to draw its isometric view.
Yes, I probably can model that Part. Thank you for asking.
If you want help, please see Can someone help me with my school assignment?.
Add a sketch to a plane, and then extrude for the depth..
Show us the whole thing.
60 inch or meter?
Metric or Imperial?
Actually it's cubits....
Thanks for your reply.
Can you model this attache the same ?
Attach the *.sldprt file of your attempt here.
Tried, but its not working
J. Mather wrote: Attach the *.sldprt file of your attempt here.
J. Mather wrote:
This is the best reply so far!
Syed Tariq Akram, you must show us your efforts before asking us to do this for you.
Cool, Fourth Angle Projection then.
Syed Tariq Akram wrote: Thanks for your reply. Can you model this attache the same ? Thanks.
Syed Tariq Akram wrote:
As I said above, yes, I probably can. Will I? Not yet. Did you look at the blog post I linked to above?
Attached, tried model
Thanks. Appears to be correct. How about its other view !!
Could you please share the model
Working on the second view.
Danny Edwards - Attached is what he thinks might work
Cool. I have the first view but not knowing if it is first or third is throwing me.
Danny Edwards wrote: Working on the second view.
Danny Edwards wrote:
Is this a case where Dave Bear's watermark might be helpful?
What I show is a 5 Axis Part that morphed into a rogue 25 sided triangle
I was thinking the same thought. But right now just trying to get the second view.
I done mine where it is front and back views match.
I know I am on the wrong track for this. It was my first thought on what would work.
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