Nice to meet you.
My name is MO333.
I will make a discussion for the first time.
The tool use is solid edge st9.
I am sorry that it might be a very rudimentary question, but how do you make it when making the parts of the drawing as shown below?
Currently it is trial and error with sheet metal, but it does not work so it is not a problem if it can eventually be deployed in 2D method other than sheet metal.
I am sorry if sentences contain strange things as I am using Google translation.
Hi there @mo333,
Welcome to the Solid Edge Community.
Do you have the Solid Edge drawing for this part, but not the 3D file?.....if so, you could convert it to a sheet metal part quite easily - OR - you could insert this as a sketch image, scaling to suit dimensions shown, to then draw the profile over top of.
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
Solid Edge 2019 [MP5] Classic [x3 Seats - Cloud Enabled]
Windows 10 - Quadro P2000
good idea with the draft image used within a sketch to show request and result in one!
It is a long time that we did this, and it always is great to get a reminder to the past
Thanks Reply, SeanCresswell.
I'm sorry for the late reply.
The dft file I drew is attached.
I think that I understood that I am able to draw solid lines by plotting lines based on captured images.
I'm sorry if my understanding was not enough, how did you set up the angle?
I do not know how to become 124 ° when seen from the side in this state.
I appreciate your engagement in my poor English.
Thanks for the reply, howcad.
Thank you for the video, I saw it.
But I'm sorry I could not have enough words, but when I see from the left I want to make the angle "between the red lines 124 degrees" ...
If you do as you were taught it will be 101.58 degrees like the image.
Perhaps I was not able to scrutinize the problem.
I am sorry to have troubled you over and over, but I was wondering if you could reply.
OK, my fault,I havn't looked exactly onto Your drawing.
I will try to correct it later, but a first thinking abot let me aske wether or not, this position of the angle is really that one You want and You need.
I think those edges are not in the same plane, and this is not the bend angle in direction of the bend line.
if it really is Your intend to get this dimension to 124 degrees then I would suggest to use the Goal Seek function to quickly get it as You like.
You have the real bend angle (in the video I will start with 90 degrees) and the wanted virtual angle of 124 degrees.
So I let Solid Edge do the job, changing the bending angle as long as the result angle is 124.
Sorry for my late response.
Thank you for the video tutorial.
I was trying to do it in the video procedure somehow, but when using Goal Seek the bending in your video is not displayed in the choices.
I think that there may be something wrong with my procedure by the stage leading to the video, but I did not understand it for a while.
I tried to record my procedure on the video, so I would appreciate it if you have something strange to advise.
I am sorry if it is confusing because the language of software is Japanese.