as titled. please help
Do you mean something like this?
Thanks for the response. Not quite what I am after.
Imagine the edge of a hex nut.
Creating the 30-deg chamfer.
Draw a circle on the top face of your hexagon, touching the edge or slightly in.
Select new Sketch Plane. 'X Z' in the image.
In Home view, draw a line from the edge of the circle down and out at an angle of 30° continue to draw a ''triangle'.
Pull this 'triangle' with the 'Revolve' option using the center of hexagon as the axis. Pick - Cut - Full Pull.
It works, thank you so much. Forever grateful.
Very good explanation Jacant, many thanks for it.
My first go on this package, should have picked an easier draw.
One more question, are there and rendering add-ons to make the drawing a bit more exciting?
There is an option to change the look of the solid.
Your next step is to create the thread.
Instructions to follow.
Draw triangle to size of thread above the nut using the X Z plane. M12 = 1.75
Move the vertical line in by 0.1mm. The thread must overlap each turn for it to work.
Pull the triangle using the 'Revolve' option with the 'Revolve Helix' option using the center of nut as the axis.
Type in the parameters, The height is Minus because you are pulling down. The Pitch is the thread size 1.75. Don't forget to pick 'Cut'. Click enter.
The chamfers and rounds can be added to the solid.
Your teaching is always perfect.
It's very kind.
You will save a lot of users who use the DSM.
Thank you very much.
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