Hello everyone, it’s Vins and I’m a newbie with Rhino.
I attended a course about this software but sometimes things get hard, even tough they’re pretty basic.
I’m prototyping a wrench for a motorbike but I’m in trouble with a couple of things:
In the link I posted you can see the inner and outer rim of the wrench. For one half of its height, it should be sunken with different rims (hexagonal and circular); for the other half, it should be solid. The offset it’s a circle for all its height. On the top, a solid hexagonal prism.
As long as I need to 3D-print it, I’m trying to get a solid, filled object but I keep getting the same hollow result, even with different ways to model it (extrusions and multiple splitting or boolean intersection). Is there the chance to “fill” the volume in Rhino? Or the 3D printing software will ask me if I want to print just the surfaces or to print the surfaces and the volume inside?
I’m trying to make a fillet between the the lower edge of the hexagon and the cap of the circle. What’s the best way to do that? Image related: image
Thanks in advance,