Could someone please remind me how I can create a cut (either
rectangular or triangle profile) from the bottom to the top surface
and along the edge of a conic shape (cylinder with 5 degree draft
angle). It looks like a knurled knob.
Advance thanks for any kind of helps.
Thank you for your help.
Using your sweep cut method, the cut surface is at an angle
and not parallel to
the end surface of the knob. Is there a way, to make a sweep cut
similar to the one shown with the cut surface parallel to the end
surface of the knob?
Advance thanks for your time and help.
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I've found that for some reason if you radially pattern a datum plane,
it will not reference it properly past 180 degrees in future features.
If you want 1/2 a days worth of frustration, try it. If I had to do
somethintng like you describe, Iwould try and group all the features,
and then pattern the group, but it still might not work
Yeah, I'd forgotten that one ... which is why, when I have to pattern
something 360 degrees (at least if it's an even number) I usually
mirror the original sketch about the rotation axis and then pattern
the pair around 180 degrees.
I guess the root problem is that Pro considers a circle in two halves.
All sorts of rules-of-thumb have been suggested here to get around
this problem but the incredible thing is that PTC never seem to fix
it. It's not exactly unusual to pattern through 360 degrees (it's
arguably the most common pattern) and yet Pro makes such hard work of
it. I would have thought that it was common enough that, if necessary,
PTC could make a unique menu item for it to give it special handling.
Incidentally, I don't recall this being a problem in earlier (18 or
19) releases. Can't recall where it crept in. It certainly is a major