How do you make the above drawing to 3D?
I tried various things but it did not work ...
The software used is Solid Edge ST9.
Hi there @mo333,
First you probably need to consider how it is to be made. At first glance, it doesn't look like it could be made from one developed piece of sheet metal & pressed to that shape.
Actually, it looks to me, like it would be a 3-part assembly, of two pieces of angle section and on piece of flat plate.
Sean CresswellDesign Manager Streetscape LtdSolid Edge 2019 [MP5] Classic [x3 Seats - Cloud Enabled]Windows 10 - Quadro P2000
Thank you for your reply, Sean Cresswell.
Although it was to say how to make it, I would like to bend a sheet metal into this shape, but if it seems difficult, I would like to cut it at the red line and split the top and bottom.
I do not know if this answer is sufficient, but I am waiting for your answer.
I noticed that the thickness of the plate in the green line was unnecessary although I was reviewing the drawing.I'm sorry.
There is a dimension missing, for the offset [like the 150 in the front view] on the right view, but I have just guessed one, as the process is all we're looking at so far.
The resulting flat pattern illustrates why it cant be closed at the top, so making it in two pieces, or you might like to open the "vee" out & use a wedge shaped infill.
Seeing as you're on ST9, I hope these screen captures give you a good enough indication of what I did.