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Modelling A Hand Drill

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Guest AVA3d

Hi Tur!

I`m glad to see you here :P

Nice work!

 

Hem!It`s the interesting problem

I`ll try to find out some solution utilizing SolidWorks!

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Guest Tur
Hi Tur!

I`m glad to see you here :)

Nice work!

 

Hem!It`s the interesting problem

I`ll try to find out some solution utilizing SolidWorks!

 

Hi :P

 

There is the same topic on "our" forum :)

Discussions is more interesting :)

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Guest Tur

This is already challenge for me. I'm trying to eliminate red areas, or at least make them

not so contrast. Here is my last version. If you could find some better solution, let me know.

 

curvature_v1.png

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Guest navnath
this is my drill i have at home ;) model-catia v5 render hypershot. it is not finished because i couldnt wait to render.

 

cheers mate ;)

 

:lol:^_^:D :D :D By the way good rendering !!!!

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Guest Marc UK

The problem is the UV's twisting across the filleted corner. The best way to analyze this sort of problem is to project face curves and have a good look at the way the UV's are behaving, then you can take some action to control the way YOU want the UV's behave.

 

What I would do, is to split the transition into regions, as illustrated below. As you can see, the result is still not perfect, but it is a definite improvement. Getting this sort of transition from circular to rectangular section to work perfectly takes quite a bit of ingenuity and fiddling about, I find.

post-11180-1256038871.jpg

post-11180-1256038878.jpg

tanget_transition.zip

post-11180-1256039307.jpg

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hi guys

 

great input, I am very suprised this topic found such great attention

 

regarding "battery holder" issue there is no good solution that would solve this quickly

 

First, main reason-cause which would call out shity result while making a surface is the difference between curves from battery holder and drill handle.

 

sO, in example my conditions are following

 

post-16264-1256550382.jpg

 

this will always produce crappy stuff like this one

 

post-16264-1256550559.jpg

 

You could replace tangent chain within a spline and try to play with its shape to fit it to plot of spline of handle, but in introduced example it is visible that it not a case

 

so in my opinion the battery holder is modeled in this way

 

post-16264-1256550879.jpg

 

what do You think about that?

post-16264-1256550637.jpg

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Guest Tur

I would disagree with you. If you carefully look at the original pic,

you could see that transition is like profile nr.1. Your solution

will looks like profile nr.2. I guess this battery shape where created using

some freeform tools, or something similar in other CAD's. The shadow contours

looks like parabola, but i think it should have more straighter form and in the

middle some kind of dent. So in my opinion there is some mesh or polygonal

restyling.

 

 

battery.jpg

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I am not that convinced, however I won`t argue untill I checked it in reality while shoping.

 

there are no fotos in web to evaluate the battery holder from back side.

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