Introduction to ANSYS Design Modeler (Workshop 2 Sketching)
- This workshop will introduce further practical sketching techniques. Some simple modelling operations will also be introduced. An example of a simple castoring wheel assembly will be used.
- It is assumed that workshop 1 has been completed.
- Create & modify multiple sketches.
- Constraining Sketches.
- Dimensioning Sketches.
- Using Sketches as Base Objects for 3d Operations.
• As with the first workshop, before starting we’ll think about how the objective geometry can be defined by sketches and 3d operations.
• For this more complex geometry we can see that four sketches are required.
- A sketch representing the cross section of the wheel which can be revolved.
- A sketch representing the cross section of the shaft which can be swept along a path.
- A sketch representing the path that the shaft sketch will be swept along.
- A sketch representing the upper cylindrical structure which can be extruded.
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