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    Posted: 29.Dec.2017 at 17:26
How can I run in autocad 01 horn (Bushing) inside, what commands can I use?



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John Connor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29.Dec.2017 at 17:36
Are you asking about how to position a 3D bushing inside a housing?

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Right.! as indicated in the photo



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote John Connor Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 29.Dec.2017 at 20:49
Line it up with the centerline of the shaft and slide it to the position you want.  Use your 3D snaps.

The shaft is a cylinder.  The bushing is a ring.  They're both circular so that means that each have a centerpoint.  How difficult could it be to move the bushing using its centerpoint to one end of the shaft and snap to it's centerpoint?  After that it is only a matter of moving the bushing along the centerline of the shaft to its proper position.  This you could do as you view the shaft from the front or side position (shaft being vertical).  Nothing complicated.


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Good morning, I am trying to execute the measurement of the threads for the tube with these measures, in 3d, I can not do it, Thanks for the support



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Hello carlosban71, if I understand your question you are trying to "draw" in 3D the threads shown here in 2D.
Yes you can do it in 3D with 2 options :
Simplified : by doing a material removal, command : SUBTRACT of the triangle representing the thread REVOLVE around the centerline of the tube.
Realistic : by doing a material removal, command SUBTRACT of the triangle representing the thread EXTRUDE along a path, command HELIX.
Note 1 : I suppose that the tube is dia. 1"1/4 = Ø 41.91 mm.
Note 2 : the thread shown here in 2D is a simplfied view as the thread is parallel and not realistic showing the thread inclinated.
If OK I will show in my next post a scheme of all this.

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2 pictures to help ( if possible ).
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You send me the publication to understand it step by step thanks
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CryI am spending hours and hours and this blessed drawing still does not work for me.Cry








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Carlosban71, I'm trying to upload the scheme but with error messages.
You are on the right way but the sweeped solid that you have made is to be SUBTRACT from the tube ( that you will make longer ).
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