I was able to create it but I'm wondering if there is a better way.
I have to say this first, there is no single line in such drawings, every person makes a drawing according to himself, This is the first method that comes to my mind. there are definitely more practical methods. The more time you spend with SW, the better you know it.
Here's another method just for fun!
revolve and combine bodies
extrude infill from 3D sketch
Another way. Not according to drawing dimension.
here is my attempt:
With a focus on repetitive geometry and symmetry. Only simple extrusions and cuts...
Thanks everyone for your contribution!
1-A6F8VYB wrote: Thanks everyone for your contribution!
I sure hope I am not too late to enter the drawing for the free car and vacation in Acapulco.
Not at all! I study all posted designs to help me design in a more efficient way.
Shawn Chi wrote: Not at all! I study all posted designs to help me design in a more efficient way.
Shawn Chi wrote:
In that case, I have another entry...
I was able to create it
Sry to say, but your attempt is not correct:
Thanks. I fixed it
Here's may attempt.
Start with about a 1 meter cube:
Cut it down:
Then a surface cut (then circular pattern after):
Then another cut and circular pattern:
Come on Matt ... do you start every part with a 1 square meter cube...?!
Why not?...Isn't that how most things are made?:
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