Originally Posted by B NEGATIVE
Interesting but too similar to the LD bench,you have a clean slate,be different.
Remember to fully define the model otherwise it wont generate all the dimensions for an engineers drawing,you can go back afterwards and do it but if you have entities based on undefined entities then things move around.
Best to define everything in multiple axis while you work.
Originally Posted by macandy13
^^ This I found this out the hard way in high school for my advanced higher graphic communication, I should have known better but i was running short on time and decided to cut few corners. When it came to manufacturing the parts a lot of them were out by a few millimeters.
What would you suggest the best way to do that? I haven't used it in years and I'm fair rusty with it.
Originally Posted by EK_tiborrr
How are you planning to bend this piece?
Or is it three piece? Where are the rivet/bolt points?
I won't have time to make it myself so I'll source someone to do it.
Was thinking of the body being just one piece, bent four times and welded or even just tacked together at the back in the middle. If that's not possible then maybe two pieces. There will be two supports tacked in place for the floor and roof. The floor will be tacked to the bottom support with the roof being removable and screwed into the top support with M2 screws.
You'll see the support is sunk in 2.5mm so with some paint the roof should sit flush with the sides when screwed in.