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Model text in Alibre Atom

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Neil_King, Dec 29, 2020.

  1. Neil_King

    Neil_King New Member

    I may have missed it when looking through the help files, and my forum searches have not returned any results.
    I am a relatively new user coming from F360 and FreeCad, is there anyway to model text in Atom, ie extrude/cut on an object?
    An example is this object that I intend to 3d print with various tolerances (0.025, 0.05 and 0.1) for the threads, ideally i would like the tolerance as indented in the surface.

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  2. DavidJ

    DavidJ Alibre Super User Staff Member

    This video was prepared for Alibre Design, but the basic principle applies to Atom3D

    It is a rather old video, so shows toolbars rather than the ribbon - don't let that distract too much from the Sketch Text tool.
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  3. Neil_King

    Neil_King New Member

    Thank you DavidJ, I couldn't see for looking and it was staring me straight in the face all the time.
  4. DJA

    DJA Member

    Atom3D: In sketch mode, you can add text, and extrude..
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