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Bessey Knife

Bessey Knife

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Description
A knife study with fully jointed components. In this project i learned a lot about sketches and projecting them to other sketch planes, other sketches and bodies.
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X176

I used Autodesk 360 rendering service.

over 3 years ago
User_x176

Very nice exploded view. I was just wondering what software did you use for rendering these images?

over 3 years ago
X176

Thank you james.

almost 4 years ago
X176

This looks awesome! Project sketch is something I still need to play with!!

almost 4 years ago
X176

Thank you Michael
It takes 2 Days partial work and it's all made with fusion 360. Ok the explode view is hand made, but in fusion360 ultimate the explode feature is native integrated. :-)

almost 4 years ago
User_x176

That's terrific Peter, impressive work. Keep it up.

almost 4 years ago
User_x176

Fantastic mechanical Design Peter. How long did it take? All native to Fusion?

almost 4 years ago
X176

Thank you James,
projecting sketches is my new best friend. :-) Sometimes i am struggling with sketches, but with projecting it is easy to get a point or a partial sketch to other work plane. This was my little experience in this project. The joints are easy to place and easy to understand because they oriented on the real world. You must fix a part, or you must set a bolt to rotate something around and so on. But i want to make a little screencast to show a funny behavior when i rotate the joint of the base blade holder.
I will put the screencast into the community base forum as an question. I hope autodesk or the community has an answer ;-)

almost 4 years ago
User_x176

This looks great! Especially the exploded view! Do you think that the projecting options are what you learned most about when going through this design? It looks so complex, I would have to think that the functional joints would be the biggest learning experience if you haven't used them before.

almost 4 years ago
X176

Thanks,
i used very fine fillets (0,1mm) and i think my light setting was not correct.

almost 4 years ago
X176

Awesome share, Peter! To make it even more realistic, you can add fillets to the edges. As I see, some of them are missing.

almost 4 years ago
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