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How do you make a honeycomb pattern?

How do you make a hexagon in Fusion 360?

How do you make patterns in Fusion 360?

How do you make honeycomb patterns in procreate?

How do you make a repeating pattern for a hexagon?

How do you chamfer a nut in Fusion 360?

1. Step 1: Sketch Circle and Extrude Blank & Chamfer. Sketch a circle with diameter dimensioned the same as the across corner measurement of the nut.

2. Step 2: Create Thread.

3. Step 3: Sketch the Hexagon & Circumscribed Circle.

4. Step 4: Extrude the Hexagon Segments.

5. 1 Person Made This Project!

How do you make a triangle in Fusion 360?

How do you make threaded holes in Fusion 360?

How do you change the rectangular pattern on Fusion 360?

Right click on the Pattern feature in you Timeline and select Edit Feature. Hi, I hope that GIF will help for now. By the way, you can also define the quantity in the parameter list.10 nov. 2020

What is honeycomb pattern?

A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal prismatic wax cells built by honey bees in their nests to contain their larvae and stores of honey and pollen. … If the honeycomb is too worn out, the wax can be reused in a number of ways, including making sheets of comb foundation with hexagonal pattern.

Is there a shape tool in procreate?

One of the most complex and dynamic tools Procreate launched is the Quick Shape Tool. This tool is everything that illustrators, lettering artists, and designers have been hoping for. It’s so simple yet so complex.14 nov. 2018

How do I change my brush shape in procreate?

How do you make a hexagonal grid?

How do you make a hexagon grid?

Draw a square on your grid paper. Use more boxes of the grid paper to draw a large hexagon; less boxes to draw a small hexagon. For this example, draw a square that is five boxes long by five boxes deep. Press down lightly on the pencil when drawing the square.

How do you design a hexagon?

1. Select the Polygon Tool. Open the template document in Illustrator, and select the Polygon tool.

2. Add Fill & Stroke. Give the hexagon the red fill and a brown stroke.

3. Rotate by 30°

4. Add Vertical Line.

5. Expand Appearance.

6. Add Anchor Point.

7. Move Another Anchor Point.

8. Move the Copied Object into Place.

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We will mainly use pattern to create this honeycomb, the steps are:

1. Create a sketch like bellow:

    Sketch.png

2. Extrude the polygon ribbon

3. Rectangular Pattern the body along 2 construction lines in the sketch(Distance type = Spacing)

    Patterned.png

4. Combine all patterned bodies to 1 body(Operation = Join)

5. Create a box to cut the honeycomb.(Operation = Intersect)

    HoneyComb.png

 

Hope it will help you.

Regards,
Sally

Sours: https://forums.autodesk.com/t5/fusion-360-design-validate/what-is-best-way-to-add-honeycomb-perforation-to-panel/td-p/4951690
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    Does anyone have a honeycomb pattern cad file? I want to throw a pattern on a piece of aluminum, like a 4x4in or something similar. I've spent way too many hours trying to do it myself, can't do it. Much appreciated.

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    Like this? A .dxf file, cell size 5mm
    Horizontal lines will re-cut.
    Neil

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    Thanks Neil! I'll take a look as soon as I can get to a pc, right now I'm out with just a phone and I can't open yours, I certainly appreciate it!

    This is whatd I'm looking for, I'd like to cut the insides out. Like 0.03in deep and paint over and sand to leave lunges exposed and paint in the recessed. ...or something like that. . Haha.. we'll see if I can pull if off I'll post pics for sure.

    This is s close as I've gotten but it's trash, the pattern is not good enough, and I'm not good enough to fix it. I think of I get a patten that's good I can pull it off.

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    Not real sure what you trying to do, but this is a 1mm groove from Featurecam.

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    tell me the size of the circumscribe circle you want, the cutter radius, and the size of the piece and I'll make you one

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    Here's a screencast I did of a simple pattern for a honeycomb solution in Fusion 360. You can do this pretty much any way you want to, make patterns of patterns, etc. Remember that the best thing you can do is add this to a model for the CAM side. Working from sketches is not a strong suit in Fusion.

    It won't let me embed the screencast in the post, so here's a link: Honeycomb Pattern | Fusion 360 | Autodesk Knowledge Network

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    Cool, yeah thanks guys, I really appreciate it.

    This is what I'm trying to do. I agree in the sketch environment is tough in fusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by TbevView Post
    This is what I'm trying to do. I agree in the sketch environment is tough in fusion
    The problem is what do you want with the thick negative (black) space? Are you trying to mill that section out or the positive (white) space? What sort of size constraints are you dealing with? What size (inscribed or circumscribed?) hexagons do you want and what spacing? The pattern is relatively easy, and if you're having trouble I can make one and export it as an .F3D file you can import to your project.

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    Just for fun I tried my high end raster to vector software on a screen capture of the thick lined honey comb from the OP's other thread.

    It did a fairly good job of converting to a DXF. For some reason the edges didn't convert so well, playing with conversion parameters would help with that.

    Anyway, it's shown here from my CAD screen with "select all". The arrow heads represent the midpoint of an entity. I see at least two places in the main body where it made what should be a single line entity into two line entities.


    ON EDIT: there are 95 line entities. Running a cut simulation there are 280 some entities including all the rapid and feed moves since my software does not re-cut any areas. So the cutter is raising and lowering all over the place.

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    I'm looking to mill out the white spaces and leave the black alone. A 4in x 4in square would be awesome. I'm thinking 0.25in. Across the inside each hexagon, maybe 0.075in spacing...something in that ballpark. Does that help/sound right?

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    Well it won't let me upload a .F3D file so PM me your email and I'll send it to you.

    honeycomb.jpg

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    Default Here's a dxf

    I've sketched it variable driven, this is 0.5" circum, 0.75" center to center, I can change any of that if you need

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    tried it in SW and HSMworks, used the new engraving, almost works, messed around for about a 1\2 hour on it. file is to big to send

    here is a link to the Autodesk CAM Forum: https://camforum.autodesk.com/index....40701#msg40701

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    Quote Originally Posted by TbevView Post
    I'm looking to mill out the white spaces and leave the black alone. A 4in x 4in square would be awesome. I'm thinking 0.25in. Across the inside each hexagon, maybe 0.075in spacing...something in that ballpark. Does that help/sound right?
    Your other thread implied you wanted to machine (engrave) the lines. Now it sounds like you want to mill out the hexagon pockets.

    Which is it?

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    What a coincidence. I just made this for a customer the other day...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SPDToolView Post
    What a coincidence. I just made this for a customer the other day...
    Wow, that looks fantastic! That's the opposite of why I want to do, I want to mill out the insides and leave the lines. I'll post pics when I get to pump it out.

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    So cool, thank you everyone, I really appreciate all the effort and time you put in to help me out! I'll post pics when I do it. I'm want to run the pattern over cerakote covered parts and I want to paint some after I do the pattern, and then sand the paint off the top, leaving it inside the polygons.

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Fusion 360 Honeycomb pattern

Adding hex pattern to part in Fusion 360

A little more detail: (there are a number of ways to do this, of which @Julien’s is probably the easiest)

Put ONE instance of the feature into the sketch. Say you want the repeated feature to be a circlular pocket of radius 10mm, with 2mm walls between the circles. The center to center will be 12mm

Since the pattern tools are for circular patterns and rectangular pattern, hexagonal is a bit more thinking, but not terrible. You can geometrically construct it, or math it.

To math it, I would use rectangular pattern, select the circle (feature to pattern) with one direction being n repeats at a spacing of 12mm, and the other being 12*sqrt(3)mm (20.785mm). This gives a rectangular grid.

Now, duplicate the grid, and place the duplicate to fill the voids (6mm offset one direction, 10.393mm the other)

Close the sketch and machine the pockets.


You can also do the pocket and do the same to the 3d feature, rather than duplicating in the sketch.

I don’t have Fusion on this machine. I can dummy up an example for you when I get out of work if no one else does it first.

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