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This 'able will teach you how to create a smooth solid boat front in ACAD 2000
Start by drawing a rectangle that will be the length and width of the front of your boat This will be in the TOP view
Use POLYLINE / ARC to draw the top view of your boat
i will take you through step by step for the first view
half of your top veiw
and mirror it over
Switch to the FRONT view
Draw a rectangle the length and height of the front of your boat, this will be placed right on the first dimension
This is what your drawing should look like in free space
Draw the outline of your boat from the side You will be using POLYLINE for this
Now switch to the RIGHT view And draw a rectangle that is the height and width of the front of your boat This rectangle should fit with the ...
Now draw the outline of your boat that will be seen from the front You will be using POLYLINE for this
This is what your drawing should look like in free space You will also need to be in a view similar to this for the next steps
Extrude each dimension
Be sure that each dimension is one piece this will require UNIONing separate half's together You will be left with 3 solids
Select all three solids and INTERSECT them You will be left with something similar to the picture below
Begin your smoothing out by FILLETing the edges shown below Perform each FILLET seperatly You will have to experiment with FILLET RADIUS's until you get the results you ...
Now FILLET this edge on both sides of the solid You will follow the same guidelines as in the previous step
This is what you will be left with once you have completed the steps
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