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I had this issue with a project I was working on too. The orange part in the top picture is the sketch that I have highlighted in the feature tree. The bottom picture is what the sketch looks like wh… (View Post)1
You can use "move face" or "thicken" on the extruded parts. I found that setting the depth to 0.05mm kept most of the geometry intact. Just do a selection window around the states… (View Post)7
@gerald_comeau As Neil stated you should model everything 1:1. The only place anything is typically scaled is in a drawing. Drawings are created by inserting scaled views of your model. (View Post)6
@NeilCooke no problem. One of the things my shop guys complained about when I switched over to Onshape was that I wasn't giving them cutlists anymore. It's a step in the right direction though. I rea… (View Post)1
They all look pretty discernible to me, but there isn't really a clean way of doing it. A few things I could think of off the top of my head are to manually create a hole table and label each hole, c… (View Post)2