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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote philippe JOSEPH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28.Jan.2020 at 21:38
No carlosban71 sorry I don't have any but 0.1 mm of difference is nothing to cope with the problem and there will be no problems as you will anyway subract 15 mm from the top and low sweeped solids to figure the flats at each end of the coil spring. it will be very good anyway.
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Hello carlosban71, eventually you could try instead of sweep an EXTRUDE with the option P ( path ) to see if 22 mm is OK but I don't know if it's going to work on the helix.

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Originally posted by carlosban71 carlosban71 wrote:

Originally posted by philippe JOSEPH philippe JOSEPH wrote:

OK carlosban71 do you mean that the sweep is not achived with height 22 but only if you do it with 22.1 ?


That's right, great teacher. Or is there some other command or some artifice or trick.

I've been trying for 02 weeks but they don't join, I need advice thanks
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Hello carlosban71, yes they won't "joint" perfectly because of the different slopes between middle, low and top.
Remember the note on my first drawings Note : some interferences may happen between top, middle and low because of the sweep ( when you select an object to sweep, it is automatically aligned to the object that is used as the path ).
Also I can't open your AutoCAD here at home also because of the .rar file, instead you could place the AutoCAD file in the CAD/BIM Blocks library here in the site for it to have a real life after this discussion.
On the other hand what is the precision that you ( really ) need for this work because a first step without precise junction could be enough ?


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Originally posted by philippe JOSEPH philippe JOSEPH wrote:


Exactly, not necessarily without union.

I attach the file but with measurements obtained in the workshop.

so check it out if it's ok thanks for your support

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Hello carlosban71, I have placed in the CAD/BIM Blocks library the file : Spring 3d taller-PJH.dwg with all the steps to achieve the complete spring.
I took a look at the junction between the Top, Middle and Low element after UNION and it looks that it's all melted correctly with no need for anything more.
The steps are named from 3D SCKETCH to UNION for you to see from the beginning to the final 3D object.
The various steps are copied by 200 mm with ortho on ( F8 ).
Please tell me ( us ) if this is OK for you.


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2 extracts from AutoCAD 2010 Command reference.
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So carlosban71, is the AutoCAD file placed in the CAD/BIM Blocks library OK for you : Spring 3d taller-PJH.dwg.
The final 3D solid, the method with all the steps ?

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