I have an assignment but don’t know how to start it. I’m getting confused on how to do it. I thought you had to use trim Entities on a circle but can’t remember.
Start with two circles, which is what I assume you are already doing. You don't have to use trim entities, just click in the "Selected Contours" within the Extruded Boss/Base feature manager, and select every closed loop. Hope this helps you start it.
J. Mather is a SWX guru he may teach you to start a project.
Can someone help me with my school assignment?
Can you ask your instructor to join this discussion?
Step 1. Create a sketch.
(Then Attach your *.sldprt file here.)
Then add these features as shown.
What is the purpose of asking the instructor to join because guru is already there?
Left through feature should be an octagon.....
Maha Nadarasa wrote: What is the purpose of asking the instructor to join because guru is already there?
Maha Nadarasa wrote:
I may be partly wrong (or making some incorrect assumptions) here but I would imagine that J. Mather is asking this for several reasons.
This is obviously a student that (in his own admission) does not know where to start to create this part. The question is WHY!
The student was not paying attention, was confused, or wasn't understanding - from the beginning - how to make a part. Was this the fault of the student, the teacher or both (likely both).
A student should ask questions if they don't understand,
A teacher should realize when a student is not following the material (weather or not they are paying attention).
If a teacher is not teaching in a way that students can understand the teacher needs to take responsibility - at least in part, and clarify or adjust the teaching methods to a way the student will understand.
If the student is goofing off or not paying attention, the teacher should notice and have a talk with the student - early in the simester and be sure the student either pays attention or should find another class / subject. This decision also depends on if this is High School (mandatory class) or College (the student is paying for the College class - in which they are obviously not interested and should not pursue CAD and change).
Most likely this would be College and the student is paying for the class.
If the instructor would join in on the post / conversation - the teacher would become aware that the student does not understand, and could hopefully discuss with the student how to fix the issues of not understanding or the teacher could understand why they are teaching in a way that the student(s) don't understand. If just one student is having trouble the teacher might be able to adjust for that student or help them understand better. If many students are not understanding then the teacher needs to change their method - they may be new to this software themselves and not sure of best practices for designing in SWX or conveying the information to the students.
Asking the teacher to join also sends the message to the student - if they are not paying attention and not learning because of it, that - we are not going to do your homework.
This student seems lost from the very beginning and it is late in the start of the semester to be this lost - maybe they just transferred to this class and missed all the fundamentals - they need to ask the Teacher what they need to do to catch up.
There I go again making a short question into a long winded answer Old habits die hard.
Rick McDonald wrote: There I go again making a short question into a long winded answer Old habits die hard.
Rick McDonald wrote:
It's good to see you went into the trouble and explain it in details. You have good points here. I hope you don't mind me adding this.
Is asking questions out of the classroom prohibited? Should the instructor be present anywhere anytime a student has a question or asks something?
Maybe the student is eager to learn and he's moving ahead of the class. Maybe the teacher has not even started teaching this section and the student is trying to learn faster.
Me and you have been students a long time ago and we know how hard at times it can be to talk in presence of a teacher.
He's not asking us to do his assignment. He's looking for a point to start.
don’t know how to start it
Draw two circles and extrude it can be a good answer.
J. Mather is teaching him kindly how to do it. With sreenshots and details.
But some people here are killing the eager of learning because the OP is a student. And I think it's not fair.
I don't think asking the instructor to join or adding links for can you do my assignment is a good approach toward someone who is asking a simple question.
More over, how many times you've seen "Ask your instructor to join." question?
And how many times you've actually seen the teacher has joined.
Me? 0 times.
I'm an absolutely awful speller and grammar person. Yet even I am continually stunned at how many spelling and grammar errors I see on school assignment sheets. The ones that come home with my kid is often littered with them. I often find "Copy"/"Pasted" worksheets that are pulled from the web and assigned with a plethora of errors on them.
Sorry to hijack.
Where did you go?
I was ready to create lecture video that you instructor should have given, and then you disappear?
Finished homework yesterday thanks anyway.
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