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easy way to create lbind holes for CNC

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  • Jacant

    Use the'Pull' tool with the 'Draft Angle' option.

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  • augustin ramel

    great thank you..for a hole already done (so it's not for the surface of the solid for which i want an  "angle" but the bottom of the hole), i don't find the way to apply this function...

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  • Jacant

    I think the only way to do this is to make a 'Cutter' the shape of the hole and conical end, to be placed where you want the hole and use it to 'Combine/Cut' from the solid.

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  • Tim Heeney

    OK - perhaps too deep here but...

    It's also quite easy to keep that cutter shape as a file in a folder and build up your own data base of custom holes of any complexity. The greater the complexity, the bigger payback benefit. If you kept the 'cutter part' and not combine subtracted it until the very end of designing, then , no matter its orientation, it could be component replaced for something else, eg, next size etc in just a couple of clicks.

    Typically i work my Circlips / grooves like that. Import in a circlip from my db folder and the part plus it's groove as a separate body pops in.

     

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  • Tim Heeney

    This method isn't as easy as just setting a drill point angle in a table. Spaceclaim has that method but for DSM we have to do this...

    First add a sketch by selecting the hole axis.

    Tha advantages of a dimensioned sketch is the ability to quickly alter the shape by dimension on what you see in the actual section. as you know there are 118 / 120 /130 /135 inc point angles.

    Revolve the sketch by Pull Cutting

    Inspect / measure to check this or any other hole

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