PartDesign PolarPattern

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Descripción

La herramienta 'patrón polar' toma una función seleccionada y crea un conjunto de copias giradas alrededor de un eje elegido. A partir de v0.17, puede crear múltiples funciones.

PartDesign PolarPattern example.png

Above: a slot-shaped pocket (B) made on top of a base solid (A, also referred to as support) is used for a polar pattern. The result (C) is shown on the right.

Utilización

To create a pattern

  1. (Optional) Select the feature (introduced in version 0.19 or several features) to be patterned.
  2. Press the PartDesign PolarPattern.svg PolarPattern button.
    • If you didn't initially select any features, you'll be able to select a single base feature
  3. Define the Axis. See Options.
  4. Define the Angle between the last copied occurrence and the original feature.
  5. Set the number of Occurrences.
  6. If you have several features in the pattern, their order can be important, see the image below.
  7. Press OK.


Ordering features

PartDesign feature-order.gif

Effect of the feature order

introduced in version 0.19 You can change the order by dragging the feature in the list and you will see the result immediately as preview.

Adding features

v0.18
  1. Press Add feature to add a feature to be patterned. The feature must be visible in the 3D view:
  2. Switch to the Model tree;
  3. Select in the tree the feature to be added and press Spacebar to make it visible in the 3D view;
  4. Switch back to the Tasks panel;
  5. Select the feature in the 3D view; it will be added to the list.
  6. Repeat to add other features.
v0.19
  1. Press Add feature to add a feature to be patterned.
  2. Switch to the Model tree;
  3. Select in the tree the feature to be added.
  4. Repeat to add other features.


Removing features

  • Right-click on the feature in the list and select Remove.

or

v0.18
  1. Press Remove feature to remove a feature from the list. The feature must be visible in the 3D view:
  2. Switch to the Model tree;
  3. Select in the tree the feature to be removed and press Spacebar to make it visible in the 3D view;
  4. Switch back to the Tasks panel;
  5. Select the feature in the 3D view; it will have been removed from the list.
  6. Repeat to remove other features.
v0.19
  1. Press Remove feature to remove a feature from the list.
  2. Switch to the Model tree;
  3. Select in the tree the feature to be removed.
  4. Repeat to remove other features.

Opciones

Polarpattern parameters.png

Eje

Cuando se crea una operación de matriz polar, el letrero de diálogo de 'parámetros de matriz polar' ofrece modos diferentes de especificar el eje de rotación de la matriz.

Normal sketch axis

An axis being normal to the sketch and starting in the origin of the sketch of the feature being used is taken as axis for the polar pattern.
The pattern direction can be reversed by ticking 'Reverse direction'.

Eje horizontal del croquis

Uses the horizontal axis of the sketch for axis.

Eje vertical del croquis

Uses the vertical axis of the sketch for axis.

Custom Sketch Axis

If the sketch which defines the feature to be patterned also contains a construction line (or lines), then the drop down list will contain one custom sketch axis for each construction line. The first construction line will be labelled Sketch axis 0.

Eje (X/Y/Z) base

v0.17 and above Select one of the Body Origin's standard axis (X, Y or Z) as axis.

Seleccione referencia...

Allows you to select either a DatumLine or an edge of an object or a line of a sketch to use for axis.

Ángulo y instancias

Especifica el ángulo que cubrirá la matriz, y el número total de formas del patrón (incluida la operación original). Por ejemplo, cuatro instancias en un ángulo de 180 grados debería espaciar las formas de la matriz 60 grados entre si. Existe una excepción: Si el ángulo es de 360 grados, ya que la primera y última instancia son idénticas, se espaciarán cuatro instancias a 90 grados entre si.

Limitaciones