I’m just trying to create box that will hang on the wall by one screw. I can create the box easily but there are a couple of problems.
I want the face to have of the box to be dipped. and the counter sunk hole in the back.
how to create the dip on the face on a padded box is a mystery to me.
This box will mount to the wall and just hold a battery charger when not being used.
The dimensions are in the drawing I did. Dont care about how much dip there is in the from just as long as I can put the screw in.
Hi, I attached a simple design that should hit your demands.
It is fully constrained, so you should be able to use your own measurements. Just keep in mind that my design is using the inner dimensions as references, so the entire box is two times the wall thickness bigger than the measurement. The wall size is defined in the thickness part, which makes the box hollow.
Well, in that case I would simply create a sketch on XY plane and place a square with the inner size and extrude the wall thickness of the bottom.
To make it look less messy I would suggest to modify the existing thickness-usage and enabled pipe mode to not create a bottom surface in the first place. This way you can even create a thinner bottom wall compared to the side walls as you start with nothing.