I'm pleased to share new tutorials with you.
Now we will start with cylinder heads.
Prepare yourself a cup of coffee, sit back in your chair and open a sketch on the top plane
draw a rectangle
extrude it by 12 mm
open a sketch on the top plane again
draw a circle
extrude it by 90mm
open a sketch on the top plane and draw shown circles
add these two circles to your sketch
open a sketch on the top plane and draw these two lines. they are for to create planes
use referance geometry--plane command
firstly click on the shown surface
then click on the line
enter 345 degrees
now go to other side and make same things for the new plane
enter 350 degrees at this time
open a sketch on the plane 2
draw shown sketch
use 3D sketch command
Only advising that in step 15 it's 10 degrees, not 350. It can be seen at the next part of this tutorial.
dimensions for step 8
Hello Aykut Dana
I need to model a pushrod overhead valve cylinder head with one intake and one exhaust valve per cylinder. I saw that your cylinder head has 4 valves per cylinder. Will the steps you have for making your cylinder head also work for my cylinder head? Thank you for the help.
may i ask what the cylinder head exactly is?which part it is in the engine?what is the location relationship between it and the former parts? thanks
The cylinder head is exactly what it says on the tin. It is what closes the top of the cylinders. It houses the intake and exhaust ports and the spark plug.