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Mechanical Designer / I.T. Design & Build Prototype/Custom machines & factory equipment since 2005 Other CAD Software Experience: AutoCad R14 ~ 2012 AutoDesk Mechanical Desktop 2004 MasterCam X2 ~ X9 SolidWorks 2010 ~ 2019
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It's nice to hear from users that have lived in both systems long enough to make educated observations. It's interesting. My manager is anti-Onshape still, and he has read these articles from "rando… (View Post)7
Edit: Original answer has incorrect Information Better answer: The problem is the small corner fillets need to come after the overflowed fillet. I this case, your upper limit is equal to your part t… (View Post)6
@kevin_elliott yea, you can do that also. I do consider these to be workarounds and would like a true path mate eventually. But in the mean time I can help point you in the direction of the workaroun… (View Post)1
Yes, you can use sheet-metal tools for any material type that folds. You should adjust the bend radius and k factor to be much lower, because cardboard doesnt stretch, but rather collapses. (View Post)1
Unfortunately featurescript is limited to partstudios only. Mates are an assembly level thing so I'm sorry to say there is nothing the community can do to help that one It always helps to add you… (View Post)5