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How to Draw Spring in 2D Like This?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote philippe JOSEPH Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21.Sep.2022 at 20:08
Dery this is not a spring.
What you see under is a spring and you can eventually find the cad discussion that I had with carlosban71 january 27 year 2020.
Following this I uploaded the file : Spring 3D-PJH.dwg
Note : Look at the extremities of the spring, the first and last coils are jointed and grinded flat to seat correctly the spring on its support and on that first and last turns the pitch is reduced to the coil diameter ( 22 in that case ) and not 34 on the middle part.
You can eventually not do this but the examples that you have placed on the 3 pages of yours show that particularities.




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote dery Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22.Sep.2022 at 10:24
Originally posted by philippe JOSEPH philippe JOSEPH wrote:

you can eventually find the cad discussion that I had with carlosban71 january 27 year 2020.

Can you show me the link?

Originally posted by philippe JOSEPH philippe JOSEPH wrote:

Following this I uploaded the file : Spring 3D-PJH.dwg

How do I download this file?

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Hello dery, you can download files from the CAD/BIM Blocks library here in the site, launch a search with :
Spring 3d taller-PJH.dwg
For a 3D coil spring including all the steps to elaborate it from the 2D image that I place in my last post ( pure 3D ) and also :
OTHO-TO-ISO_01_B.dwg
For explanations about the isometric views, in that case I made this file in relation with a cad discussion about 2D isometrics ( 3D solid elaborated from a 3D image then FLATSHOT to give the 2D isometric view but with dimension and angles indicate to how to do it in 2D directly ).
P.S. I didn't ask but what do you know about AutoCAD 3D ?


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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.Sep.2022 at 18:18
Dery, I have uploaded in the CAD/BIM Blocks library here in the site an updated version of the AutoCAD file : Spring 3d taller-PJH.dwg with the method to perform a FLATSHOT.

The flatshot shown was done in a 3D isometric view and you can have access to it in the right part of the file; if you don't know how to handle a 3D file just switch to a plan view with the viewcube or with the command PLAN, option C ( Current ).

You can eventually find the cad discussion that I had with carlosban71 january 27 year 2020.
A very easy way to find it is to go on the Internet and type : cadforum discussion : spring 3d.
Eventually if you give me an Email adress I can send it to you in PDF or JPG.


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