Import Reference Image 1. Find an image you like to use for reference. 2. Create a new sketch and Import the image, make sure you put the opacity down in order to see through the image and place the image in the center (horizontal / vertical). Clank’s head 1. Go to Create Form and . . .
Import Omniwrench image Search Google for a reference picture you like Import the image into Onshape using the import button (+ symbol) in the lower left corner. Open a Sketch (e.g. Front) add the picture and place it around the center point (we will use the mirror tool often) . . .
1. Get a reference picture If possible, always try and use a reference picture to work with. I found this one using Google search. Import the picture into Onshape using the little + icon at the bottom left corner and than add the picture into your sketch. Center the image since we . . .
In this tutorial I like to show you how I designed the worlds first DASH Keychain with fitting shopping card coin (Size of a 50 EUR Cent). (DASH is a digital currency (similar to Bitcoin). For more information about DASH please visit http://www.dash.org) Sketch - Shopping card . . .
Sketch - Propeller Keychain Frame Let's start with the sketch of the keychain frame. My design looks like this. You are welcome to take it over or make some changes for your own design. Once you are happy with your sketch we can start and build some parts using "Extrude". Let's start . . .
1. Get a reference picture of the Obi Wan Lightsaber. It is good practice to use a reference picture for modelling if the thing already exists. Why reinvent the wheel, right!? After a quick search on google I found this image I will use for reference. 2. Select a sketch . . .