The Hole Wizard may be used to generate unique holes of various types. Create a part and choose a surface, then click Hole Wizard (Features toolbar) or Insert > Features > Hole > Wizard, specify the PropertyManager parameters, and click.
Place your cursor on the planar face where you wish the hole to be created.
In the Features toolbar, select Simple Hole or Hole Wizard, or select Insert > Assembly Feature > Hole, then Simple or Wizard.
In the Hole PropertyManager or Hole Wizard Type PropertyManager, adjust the parameters as needed.
On the Features toolbar, click Chamfer, or go to Insert > Features > Chamfer.
Parameters for Chamfer: In the graphics area, choose an entity for Edges and Faces or Vertex. Choose one of the following options:
Make a click.
The Boss-Extrude/Base feature creates a 3D model with the sketch or face you choose. Figure 3: Plane Selection. The Boss-Extrude feature button will prompt you to set parameters in the menu shown in Figure 4 when you use a 2D sketch or plane to build a 3D model.
Draw a profile of the cut in a sketch on a face or plane.
In the Features toolbar, select Extruded Cut or Revolved Cut, or select Insert > Assembly Feature > Cut, then Extrude or Revolve.
In the Extrude or Revolve PropertyManager, adjust the parameters as needed.
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