I had to select a solid cylinder, then select a second solid cylinder, then use the alignment tool, then the subtract function to create a tube. Is there a way to add primitives such as a tube to the current library for future use? A threaded rod or an inside thread such as the one inside a nut would be helpful as well. I know that I could create my own library, save it on my computer then import it but I'm looking for a way to integrate it into the program.
Hi gang; I've got a design where one part connects to another with a bead-and-socket connector. The trick is to draw the thing such that the bead lines up correctly with its mating socket. I'd like to 'snap' the two together but snap only seems to work with flat surfaces. Is there a way to do this?
Does anybody know if a 3D mouse/joystick such as a Supermouse Pro, Compact, Navigator or a Space Mouse will work with 123D Design or Tinkercad? Their website mentions Fusion 360 & Solidworks. The manufacturer never replied to my email. Sellers on EBay are clueless. A question posted on Amazon never had a reply either. There are several things posted by members such as covers, desktop palm wrests, etc so I know that many people have them or had them at one time.
I have seen this topic before, but not seen an answer.
If I download an STL from Thingiverse to incorporate into one of my own designs, I can't do anything with it, such as snap to object etc, unless it is converted to solid first. If I try and convert it to a solid 123D Design on PC always freezes or crashes.
I tried converting to solid in Meshmixer, then export as STL, but when I import that into 123D Design, it is imported as a mesh again. I double checked to make sure I was exporting the right object in Meshmixer, and I was.
Any help would be much appreciated