Hello!

I am trying to make a metal table with a rectangular or square tube as legs

the problem that i have is probably on my design (i make 8 straight lines and connect them at the centrer). because i use the <structural member> command but the tubes did not alied straight.

and except for that i cannot manage to trim all the 8 pcs together (like on the end) so i can laser cut them with a tube laser machine.

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Can anyone please give me some advice on what i  should  do?

Or can you send me any tutorial?

 

Thanks

Alex

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Categories: Modeling and Assemblies, Weldments

Comments
Last comment By: David Matula   Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:17:07 GMT
Re: Metal table with rectangular tubes

all I see in the picture is that you have 4 lines...or did you make it 8.  if it is 8 try again with 4..

keep at it you can make it work...

 

By: David Matula  Tue, 14 Nov 2017 21:28:53 GMT
Re: Metal table with rectangular tubes

Thank you very much for your prompt reply.

I have try both (to make it from 8 lines and from 4 lines) the problem is that it cuts only the cross section of 2 lines and not all together.

like on your photo.

By: Alex Furniture  Wed, 15 Nov 2017 06:34:18 GMT
Re: Metal table with rectangular tubes

it will take multiple trims.  I got 8 separate parts and 2 of the are exactly the same.  I can pull them out and detail the cut ends for cutting with a plasma or laser.

By: David Matula  Wed, 15 Nov 2017 13:19:51 GMT
Re: Metal table with rectangular tubes

I really appreciate your help and thank you.

I have  to trim each tube with the other to make it work.

Can you please tell me how can i make the tube to be parallel with the ground?

By: Alex Furniture  Sat, 18 Nov 2017 17:04:04 GMT
Re: Metal table with rectangular tubes

I came this fur but i can not make it as a strait tube, all the pieces to prosed the contraction

By: Alex Furniture  Sun, 19 Nov 2017 01:02:14 GMT
Re: Metal table with rectangular tubes

well click of a flat surface and then hit normal to.  then save the view as tube 1...2....3....4..ect.

By: David Matula  Mon, 20 Nov 2017 14:17:07 GMT
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