Master advanced modeling techniques in this series on electric motor design.
Learn how to create the main sketch. The sketch will be a revolved sketch for the motor frame and end caps.
Now that the sketch is complete, learn how to revolve each of the 3 sketches to generate 3 unique bodies.
Learn how to sketch the hub design that will be used to bolt the end caps to the main frame.
Learn how to sketch the fin, extrude it, and copy it to generate all fins around the main frame.
Learn how to create and mirror the legs of the electric motor.
Learn how to use the Replace Face tool when trying to extrude a sketch up until the revolving surface.
Learn how to create the terminal cap and the difference between using push to extrude and the standard Extrude tool.
Learn about section views and how they can be used within Shapr3D.
Learn how to create the main shaft and transform it into the motor frame.
Learn to create the screws, insert them into the motor, and make copies using Transform/Translate.
Learn how to use the Union command to combine bodies.
Learn how to create the C hook mounts.
Create the C hook using Sweep and use the Translate tool to translate it into the C hook mount.
Learn how to mirror the front cap and bolts to create the back cap.
Learn how to sketch out a complex sketch using Copy and cut away the fan pattern on the end cap.
Add final touches to this electric motor design and add the remaining bolts to the finished design.