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Ex 13-43 Bracket Part 3 Help

Step1 Start a new standard ipt file in millimeters and create a new sketch. Draw a rectangle
that is horizontal 78 mm on the X-axis by 10 mm vertical below the x-axis . Go up 48 mm on
the Y-axis and draw two concentric circles one with a 20 mm diameter and the other with a 40
mm diameter. Draw two tangent lines from the 40 mm circle to the ends of the rectangle on
the x-axis. Finish the sketch and extrude join to 10 mm. Note that
the center 20 mm circle is a whole in the part.





























Step 2 On the top of the part draw a ne rectangle that is 78 mm by 10 mm as shown. Extrude
join the rectangle to 27 mm.




Step 3 Create two 12 mm 3D fillets to round the corners of the rectangular feature that you
just created. Click on OK to finish the fillets.


Step 4 Activate the YZ plane by opening up
the origin folder and right click on the YZ
plane to make it visible. Click on the create
2D Sketch command and click on the edge of
the plane to make the YZ plane a sketch
plane. Draw a triangle that is 32 mm high by
20 mm wide. Make sure to draw all three
sides of the triangle and that the horizontal
and vertical sides on the edges of the part.
Click on finish sketch.









Step 4 - Continued
Extrude join in both directions to 15 mm.




Step 5 Create a new sketch plane on the top of
the curved rectangle. Draw two circles with a 15
mm diameter concentric with the fillets. Click on
finish sketch and extrude cut downward to 4.0
mm. Click on OK to finish the extrusion.










Step 6 Click on create a
new sketch and touch the
bottom of the last extrusion.
Draw two 10 mm circles
concentric to the larger
circles. Click on finish sketch.
Extrude cut all the way
through








Step 6 continued.
Extrude cut downward all the way through.

















Step 7 - Rotate the part to the back and draw to circles that are concetric to the center one
with a diameter of 20 mm and the other with the
diameter of 40 mm. Click on finish sketch and extrude
outward to 2mm.













Step 8 Click on the 3D Fillet icon, set the radius to 3 mm, then select the three edges at the
base of the triangle and fillet them.
Click on OK.










Step 9 - Click on the 3D fillet icon and make sure that the radius is 3 mm. Select the two
angular sides as shown and fillet them.
Click on OK.








Step 10 - Click on the 3D fillet icon and make sure that the radius is 3 mm. Select the horizontal
edges( where the edge of the rectangle and the large triangluar pieces come together) as
shown and fillet them. Click on OK.












Step 11 - Click on the 3D fillet icon and make sure that the radius is 3 mm. Select the horizontal
edges as shown( the curved outer edge) and fillet them. Click on OK.

















Step 12 (Last Step) Click on the 3D fillet icon and make sure that the radius is 3 mm. Select the
large triangular edge and the curve.and fillet them. Click on OK.