Hi all.. can anybody help on how to create chamfer as shown in the attached pictures..?
Thanks in advance.
Here is a shot at it. Seems to be a lot of features for something simple. Basically its a couple split lines then a delete face and fill.
Great.. thanks a lot.
Too many features too, but here's another way to do it...
Again, here's too many steps, but I think it's a more correct solution using Ruled Surface.
I have a book somewhere that has this example. I'm not sure what that book suggested, but I think the Ruled Surface gives a better mathematical solution. You can try adding lines and using a lofted surface, but it won't be the same as a ruled surface.
And, if as I suspect you are preparing for the Surfacing CSWP, don't take the advice of some of the CSWEs that claim it doesn't matter which method you use to get the answer for the test, they are wrong. Of all of the CSWP tests I took the Surfacing was the most difficult by a large margin. On the Surfacing CSWP, I got a problem wrong because I chose to use a less accurate method, study up and use the most accurate for each case.
Thanks a lot for your advice. Yes, I am preparing for CSWE. I believe all the methods suggested above are okay to solve this question but need to keep the taper surface position unchanged.
Thank you all for the suggestions. I have attached 2 files, created based on the suggestions provided.
As an alternative option you can try chamfer "equal distance" option with hold line or draft with parting line.
Need to use a sketch setup as shown in Pauls simple example to split your face.
Another option is to use a combo of offset face, move face, trim face. The move face options will keep your face id intact.
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