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Any way to 3d model these threads in any autodesk program or sketchup?

(i've seen shitty "Coil for custom threads" tried it, cant get the spacing between threads)
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Autodesk Inventor would be the best for things like this. You can input very precise measurements
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Inventor and also Fusion360.
This might help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TR7fsgQNmEk
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>>542380
>>542363
well it looks like i need to be able to input the Major/Minor diameter, Crest, thickness, pitch, and root[thread gap]. also possibly the Helix angle. But in both inventor and fusion all you get is the "accepted" thread sizes.

Also the coil thing isnt be made to adjusted accurately as i need it to be
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>>542345
Well, cut that thread and scan/photogram it then retopo. It will look great
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>>542460
Or if you need in solid, use scan as base and make from curves.

Even thread plugins for rhino are just optimally accurate. Same with solid works
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Just use 2 extruded helices in 3dsmax
you can adjust the root, crest and pitch measurements, major & minor diameters
helix angle is just a result of turn count and height



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