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    Default what exact changes were made on top surface of the screw?

    In this video, from @1:22 to @2:42 he made changes to top surface of the screw. what exact changes were made on top surface of the screw?

    I didn't understand clearly.

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    The teacher in the video does go very fast and it's hard to follow all the steps. In the time range you are asking about, he added a chamfer to the top of the hex head of the screw. He did this in 3 steps:

    1. he sketched a line defining the position and angle of the chamfer

    2. he made a Revolve surface 360 deg, rotating the line sketch about the x-axis

    3. he Split the screw head with the surface to remove the chamfer

    Watch the video very closely to get all the steps
    Last edited by MrCATIA; February 11th, 2019 at 10:05 PM.

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    A better way to chamfer the hex head, is to draw a sketch of the triangular chamfer, and then use a Groove to remove the revolved sweep. (This can all be done with the Part Design workbench, and doesn't require switching to the Generative Shape Design workbench in order to make a surface)
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    Last edited by MrCATIA; February 11th, 2019 at 02:33 PM.

 

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