How to cut a feature from a 3d sketch along a curved surface?
I'm making a longboard, and this particular one is pretty simple, but I'm trying to model it in inventor so that I can CNC it out.
The extruded piece is the board, but I'm trying to cut out pieces along the edge to make it look like the first attatched image. Can anyone show/tell me how this is done? Thank you!
Please accept this rough solution on your problem regarding the cut outs on each side according to your sketch...
Personally I think you approach this in a not that practical way ;P...
I can upload tomorrow a different technique for your model...
It would be easier to follow tangent surfaces and then to sculpt them...
If you are aware of these tools I believe that you would agree...
This model is not too demanding but needs you to be creative...
You have all my support
I know what you mean I checked your model and I have to admit that it was a problem in the past for me as well...
So, what you need to do is first to stitch these three plains together (Stitch Command) ;P
Then the Split command will work properly...
Following Ady's advises a well constrained with single entities 2D sketch, will help Inventor to be less Buggy and you to have less issues ;P
(Good Comments Ady...)
Regarding the mirror personally I believe that is not a problem as you can check on the attached file!!!
I will upload the second technique as I promised to you hopefully to day!!!
@Ioannis Skarlatakis great work!
@Lucas Carrel this are my suggestion to your Board_beggining.ipt
If you want to use surfaces to split a solid, do not use a mirrored surface.
Check your entities first before extrude into a surface. Split tool must be a single entities surface. I found that some of your curve line are duplicated.
I hope this will help you and sorry about my bad english. thanks to Ioannis Skarlatakis to his great work :) greetings from Phillipines