In this video, you will learn how to emboss a logo onto a 3d face. You will start by importing a dxf file. Then you will scale the imported sketch. After that you will create a basic 3d shape to emboss the logo on. Finally, you will learn how to emboss your imported profile onto your 3d face. It’s important to understand that embossing will keep the curvature of the surface in tact on the embossed feature.
When working with a PDM based solution such as TopSolid, you will need to learn a few new ways to work. For example, you may want to have users around your company have access to opening TopSolid files, creating some sketches for measurement sake, maybe hide some assembly items and more! But you want them to be able to do all of this without affecting the current revision of the model or affecting those engineers that are currently working on that model or assembly. This is why we have created a special mode called Analysis Only Mode. In this mode all of that is possible. What’s more, it’s really easy to use.
This special mode is extremely important to understand how to use as it allows your non-typical users to access critical data from TopSolid, but forbids them from doing anything to that data that could cause problems. The video below shows how it works…
In this TopSolid Getting Started video tutorial series, you will be introduced step by step to the basics of how to create tool path for a basic 2d mill part. This will include:
- A review of the basic TopSolid settings used to create this tutorial
- Importation of the tutorial project
- Step by step videos to machine the part through completion
- How to use Verify
- Post processing
- Creation of setup sheets
The goal of this tutorial is to help new users of TopSolid get up and running with our solution quickly and efficiently.
This tutorial does not fully explain each option that is used. Instead it shows you the basics so that you can begin to fully explore what TopSolid’Cam can do for you.
In order to use this tutorial, you will need to download the tutorial assets. Below are a couple of links that you can use. You can download just the project file with the Parasolid file. Or you can download the project file, with the Parasolid file and a copy of all of the videos that go with the tutorial. The second option is quite the large download. But with this download, you don’t need to have web access to watch the videos. The choice is yours.
After you have downloaded the project, please proceed to watching the videos. Again, if you downloaded the project with the videos, you can watch them from inside of TopSolid. Otherwise, the videos for this tutorial are as follows.
TopSolid Cam 2d Mill Basic-Before you Start
In this video, you will see how to modify some of the settings within TopSolid. It is important to check your settings so that they match the settings used in this tutorial. If you don’t, TopSolid may react differently from what you see in the video. These differences will only be things like default values, unit of measure and such. However, for the best experience possible with this tutorial, we recommend you to modify your settings to match ours.
In step 1 of the basic 2d cam tutorial for TopSolid 7, you start by importing the package Continue reading Getting Started: Basic 2d Mill Tutorial