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How to do this spring

max_mistarzmax_mistarz Member Posts: 3
hello everyone. Is there any way to make this spring? It need to be tapered at the both end. I cant find any solution in the web.  I can do the spring but i dont know how to tappered it at the ends? and how to stretch it in assembly studio?


Answers

  • Axel_KollmenterAxel_Kollmenter Member Posts: 129 PRO
    @Evan_Reese maybe you can help

    Best regards,

    Axel Kollmenter
  • MichaelPascoeMichaelPascoe Member Posts: 804 PRO
    edited May 20
    @Axel_Kollmenter is right, @Evan_Reese could totally do this. But perhaps not at 6:30 in the morning?  :D

    @max_mistarz, here is one approach you could start with. Keep in mind a split part or face feature usually works fine, but in this case it did not; so I used Thicken and Boolean subtract as a work around.
    Link to example document
    • Sketch the main shape.
    • Revolve the main shape as a surface.
    • Split the main surface with a helical surface.
    • Create a profile sketch normal to the end of the new curve along the face of the main shape.
    • Sweep the profile along the curve.

  • Evan_ReeseEvan_Reese Member Posts: 1,357 PRO
    @MichaelPascoe
    this is exactly what I would have done.
    Evan Reese / Principal and Industrial Designer with Ovyl
    Website: ovyl.io
  • max_mistarzmax_mistarz Member Posts: 3
    Thank you very much. That is what i was looking for 
  • Axel_KollmenterAxel_Kollmenter Member Posts: 129 PRO
    edited May 23

    @MichaelPascoe
    Haha sorry. I´m from Germany, here it was 10am ^^

    Your solution is great! But how did you do the squeeze in the helix? I checked the document you linked to your comment but I dont understand how.

    EDIT: ok I think I got it but its a bit too complicated for me right now. I couldn´t have this done alone yet. 
    Best regards,

    Axel Kollmenter
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