When assembling components, some designs require components to be centered between two faces. There are…
QUICK TIP: Checking and Adding Draft
Adding draft to parts is essential for manufacturing processes that involve a mold; cast parts, injection molded parts, and thermoformed parts come to mind. That’s why it’s important to be able to not only add draft, but to also verify where draft angles are insufficient or missing completely.
Using the draft analysis tool will make checking this simple, and the best part is that it will dynamically update whether you’re mid-command, scrolling through a parts history…whatever.
If an inadequate draft is found, there are various techniques that you can employ to change that, and many times you’ll find the history-based parametric design in Fusion 360 really pays off here!
Take a look at this QUICK TIP to see how to use the draft analysis tool and use the findings from that to make changes to your designs: