Hi I am trying to model the part given in the image. I am not able to model the T joint shown in the front view. If any could please help me out it would really helpful. I have also attached the part file for reference.
Do yourself a favor and use the sketch/image you provided as your first sketch and reference, (image attached)
Thank you so much Paul. I got the model right
Simple method is Paul Salvador's method.
The original drawings is not correct (is not unambiguous).
Maha Nadarasa The most easier method is take file from you comment (we know that you can).
In my view if you know this dimension sketch will become simple otherwise Paul Salvador's method.
Assume both 42.5 center on d40.
I went through difficult way to avoid needing this dimension.
We should not guess or assume anything. The d40 hole is also not known whether through or not. So much mistakes in (I think) university exercise.
In the real word manufacturing process you should not assume things but in a university exercise no harm in assuming.
If you learn assuming in a university, in a real world be only worse.
Once there were no computers, FEA analyzes, engineers did not learn to assume and guess, no one was doing housework for them and there were fewer construction disasters. But if you say it's not a problem, maybe you're right.
There are lots of assumption (standard) on reading drawing.
First, the drafter know what they're doing
Second we already assume all the 90 deg corners.
Holes are assumed thru unless noted otherwise.
Without some basic assumptions (standard), we cannot make any drawing.
Frederick, please, don't say that this drawing is correct.
First - The drafter know what he doing but the guy in the workshop does not necessarily know his intentions.
Second - also 45 deg
Holes - (standard) if on one view drafter show internal outline of the holes, why don't do it on side view?
Assume symmetry - yes, is side view OK, but in front view its only local symmetry (Red line) and mine symmetry line - missed. And if model is symmetrical why is vertical dimension 140?
Missed holes center line (orange) Big mistake because there is a dimension to it
Number of roundings - 16? I find 8, I know that next is from other side, but view show this side and miss any additional information.
Frederick, if you had this drawing with an order for 5000 pieces, would you have made it without additional queries?
So... Objection, Your Honor!
Krzysztof Szpakowski wrote: Frederick, if you had this drawing with an order for 5000 pieces, would you have made it without additional queries?So... Objection, Your Honor!
Krzysztof Szpakowski wrote:
Yes, you don't make all 5000 at once.
Give them a few to approve first.
Forgings, moldings too?
Just pulling you chain.
Now you kidding
Redraw with "assumptions" and send it to customer for approval.
As I said: an additional question
But this 16 roundings is nice joke
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