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Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Genius
Genius

 Hi, You are a great master @Imics thank you so much for your videos I learned a lot from them, congratulations. Smiley Very Happy

 

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Regards!

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Creator
Creator

Wow! Thanks for this solution too! Good way to learn some new tricks!

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Creator
Creator

@KanwulfThank You for the solution!! You really helped me!

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Solution Partner Phenom Solution Partner Phenom
Solution Partner Phenom

Hi all,

I am aslo late for this party :-)

But I think that Draft command can do the trick too.

https://1drv.ms/v/s!AorHS_ngsZKAhfx5NznaZiEeYaXVNg

 

Ota

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

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Gears Phenom

@ota_poul2

Perfect solution! Cool! Cheers! Smiley Wink

 

BR,

Imics
http://solidedgest.wordpress.com/

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Creator
Creator

That is it how it is meant to be done! thanks!

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Hello All,

 

Why part environment. Is part milled out of the block (top, bottom, inside, outside)?

Our friend 12gage would agree that it should be sheet metal part.

Simple sheet metal environment, minimum number of the regular steps, true perpendiculars surfaces , flat layout, simple forming to 8 inched (178mm) even with the hread there already on it, if needed.

No problem with the true chamfer, without the issues and extra special work etc. Due to the required chamfer surface definition selectionss, the chamfer parameters have to be 30 degrees, (not 60) and top coresponding 'horizontal' chamfer length entry, not 5 mm vertical one.

No?

See the attachment in ST9.

 

Milan Wendl, MEngSc, P.Eng.

www.aaaengineering. com

ST9, SolidWorks 2016 Premium.

Milan Wendl, MEngSc, P.Eng.
AAA Engineering, Canada
ST10, SolidWorks Premium 2018

Re: Chamfer on double(?) curved surface/line

Valued Contributor
Valued Contributor

Sorry,

I was testing various vertical distance chamfers and attached in my comments above sample with 5 mm vertical distance chamfer, fully sharp at the bottom.

Original qestion was about 4 mm chamfer and the attachment bellow shows it with the same this 4 mm vertical distance chamfer.

Across the quadrants of the 1 mm face vertical face height varies about 0.1436 mm (0.0056 inch).

 

Milan Wendl, MEngSc, P.Eng.

www.aaaengineering. com

ST9, SolidWorks 2016 Premium.

Milan Wendl, MEngSc, P.Eng.
AAA Engineering, Canada
ST10, SolidWorks Premium 2018