Monday, April 1, 2019

Computer Mouse (Solid Edge ST9 Tutorial)

 

Serial No. 109.

In this 3D parametric solid modelling tutorial, we will create a model of computer mouse using Solid Edge, a well-known mechanical CAD application by Siemens PLM. To create this model, we have adopted top-down modelling approach. Which means all the components of the model will be designed in an assembly environment. Many ordered feature-based modelling techniques had utilised to create this model. So the viewers will be able to observe as well as learn various 2D sketching, part modelling and assembly modelling techniques of the software by watching this tutorial.

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Sunday, March 10, 2019

Bulb Shade (Autodesk Inventor 2012 Tutorial)

Serial No. 13

In this Inventor part modelling tutorial, we learn how to create a model of 'Bulb Shade'. To create this model we will use surface modelling functionalities of the Inventor software. So while creating this model we will observe as well as learn various surface modelling commands of the software which are mentioned below:--
1. Lofted Surface
2. Surface Extrude
3. Sculpt tool
4. Patch boundary tool
5. Thicken/offset surface
6. Trim/Extend surface
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Edition to this we will also take help of various general part modelling tools like basic 2D/3D sketching, Circular Pattern, Filet etc. Very first we will create surface features and later convert them to the solid body, in other words, what we can say, Autodesk Inventor surface to solid body techniques.

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Bulb Shade_1 Bulb Shade_2

 

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