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    Posted: 27.Dec.2017 at 13:41
Hi.

Please help

An idea how I make the 3D drawing, the measurements can be any, only the detail of what is enclosed in the circle
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Hello carlosban71, I'm afraid that this is very basic 3D. What do you know about 3D ? Do you know about convering lines, arcs, elipse to regions ? do you know about USC settings and viewpoints ?
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I would revolve a half profile then use an extruded rectangle to create a second solid that could be subtracted from the cylinder to create the notch.

You do know they make weather proof fabric-like covers for fire extinguishers don't you?


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Example.  Wireframe view.


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Example.  Conceptual visual style.


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Great thanks, the most, because of work sometimes we forget the commands, yes I have knowledge

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An idea to make the cover in 3D


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Same as the cylinder.  Create a profile and revolve it.  The handle can be created by extruding a circle along the path of its centerline.  Or....

Draw two circles one inside the other.  Extrude the outer circle to the overall height of the cover.  Extrude the inner circle to the height of the recessed area.  Subtract the inner circle from the outer circle; add handle.  Done.

No matter what method you use don't forget about the radiused top edge like I did in the examples below.  Oops.


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3D cover using method 2 described above.  Visual style: 2Dwireframe.


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3D cover.  Visual style: Conceptual.  I rotated the full cover so you could see the underside.


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