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How to extrude from existing material with associative constraints. Create new plane on face Sketch Draw Dimension (Optional) constrain Generate Extrude Select sketch Select add or cut material Set depth and direction Generate. Click 1 2 3 4. 4. 2. 1. 3.

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How to extrude from existing material with associative constraints

How to extrude from existing material with associative constraints

  • Create new plane on face

  • Sketch

    • Draw

    • Dimension

    • (Optional) constrain

    • Generate

  • Extrude

    • Select sketch

    • Select add or cut material

    • Set depth and direction

    • Generate

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


How to extrude from existing material with associative constraints

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


How to extrude from existing material with associative constraints

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Click 1 2 3 4

Click 1 2 3 4

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CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


In modeling select the new plane switch to sketching and draw the sketch

In modeling select the new plane.Switch to sketching and draw the sketch.

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Dimension to edge click 1 2 3 4 5

Dimension to edge: Click 1 2 3 4 5

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Right click dimension name to delete mistake

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Optional another approach symmetry constraints

(Optional) Another approach: symmetry constraints

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Optional another approach symmetry constraints1

(Optional) Another approach: symmetry constraints

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Constraining the reference line

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Constraining the reference line

Note constrained objects turn blue

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Applying symmetry constraint

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Applying symmetry constraint

Note constrained objects turn blue

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Creating extrude feature

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Creating extrude feature

Note: hard to select lines out of a sketch. Best to extrude the whole sketch. Make multiple sketches if needing different features.

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Check or modify direction depth then generate

Check or modify Direction, Depth, then Generate

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Edit constraints and dimensions till done

Edit constraints and dimensions till Done!

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Note 1

Note 1

  • Sketching>Modify>Trim to remove mistakes.

  • Sketching>Details>Show constraints. Occasionally you may want to delete inferred constraints.

  • Click the “select mode” button to escape zoom commands.

CAE/FEM supplemental slides Arizona State University


Note 2 can create named selections to speed up repeated selection process in setup

Note 2: can create “named selections” to speed up repeated selection process in Setup

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