Documentation RapidCAD™ Blade

Description of Features and Parameters in RapidCAD™ Blade Application

1. Circular Blade

Circular Blade type comes with a set of parameters like Outer Diameter, Inner Shape, Keyway, Central Hub, Inner Chamfers, Blade Thickness and a separate option for Metal Insert.

2. Straight Blade

In Straight Blade, users can create teeth on both sides and also bevels on both sides. A user can change the length and height of the straight blade on all sides according to their needs.

3. Pointed Tip Blade

A pointed-tip blade is basically a triangular blade with a sharp-pointed tip in the center. You can align it anywhere using the parameters. For Pointed Tip Blades, RapidCAD Blade provides two ways of designing.

1. Step-By-Step Procedure

2. The Free Design Method

4. Punch Circular Blade

Punch Circular Blade is specially designed for punching. It’s also having a base insert with solid thickness and standard holes.

5. Punch Rectangular Blade

Punch Rectangular Blade is specially designed for punching. It’s also having a base insert with solid thickness and Standard holes.

6. Curved Blade (First)

Curved Blade (First) comes with one arced cutting edge and a convex curve. It also has a default hole for fixing the blade easily anywhere.

7. Curved Blade (Second)

Curved Blade (Second Type) comes with a unique cutting edge and the neck radius made the blade very unique.

8. Dished Blade

Dished Blade comes up with a dish-shaped blade with no teeth and with unique bevels like Top, Top with Land, X, Y Bevels.

Video Documentation: Circular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Circular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Circular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Circular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Circular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Central Hub

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Metal Insert

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Mesh Quality

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Keyways

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Inner Shape

Video Documentation: Straight Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Teeth on Straight Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Straight Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Hole in Straight Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Chamfer on Straight Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Fillet on Straight Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Bevel on Straight Blade

Video Documentation: Pointed Tip Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Teeth on Pointed Tip Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Pointed Tip Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Pointed Tip Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Top Profile

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Chamfer and Fillet

Video Documentation: Punch Circular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Circular Punch Blade

Video Documentation: Punch Rectangular Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Rectangular Punch Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Rectangular Punch Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Base Insert for Rectangular Punch Blade

Video Documentation: Curved First Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Curved (First)

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Curved (First)

Video Documentation: Curved Second Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Curved (Second)

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Curved (Second)

Video Documentation: Dished Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Dished Blade

RapidCAD Blade: Creating Dished Blade

You can use the Circular Blade using various parameters:

1.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take some time to load, but the results will be excellent.

1.2 Outer Diameter

Using this parameter, users can create the outer diameter of a circular blade based on the diameter of the outer edge of the circular blade.

1.3 Inner Shape

The inner shape will come out at the center mark of the circular blade. It will come in 3 shapes, like circles, triangles, and rectangles.

1.3.1 Inner Shape – Circle:

A circular hole will be in the center of the circular blade. It’s got one diameter parameter. A user can apply a diameter dimension to that circular hole in the center of the circular blade.

Note: Inner shape dimensions should not be more than the outer diameter of the circular blade.

1.3.2 Inner Shape – Rectangle:

The rectangle-shaped cut will be in the center of the circular blade. It’s got two parameters: length and width. Users can input length and width dimensions for that rectangular inner shape in the center of the circular blade.

Note: Inner shape dimensions should not be more than the outer diameter of the circular blade.

1.3.3 Inner Shape – Triangle:

The triangle-shaped cut will be in the center of the circular blade. It’s got two parameters: length and width. Users can set length and width dimensions for that triangular inner shape in the center of the circular blade.

Note: Inner shape dimensions should not be more than the outer diameter of the circular blade.

1.4 Keyway

A slot cut in the inner shape of a blade is a connector to ensure correct orientation with another part that is fitted with a key.

The keyway comes in 3 types: square, rectangle, and oval.

1.4.1 Square Type Keyway:

The keyway is basically a square shape. A user needs to give a length dimension to get this feature.

1.4.2 Rectangular Type Keyway:

The keyway is basically a rectangle in shape. A user needs to give length and width dimensions to get this feature.

1.4.3 Oval Type Keyway:

The keyway is basically an oval shape. A user needs to give length and width dimensions to get this feature.

1.9 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1.9 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

1.10 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

1.11 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

1.12 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

1.13 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Straight Blade using various parameters:

2.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take some time to load, but the results will be excellent.

2.2 Length

It’s the overall length of the straight blade. The user can adjust the length to suit their needs.

2.3 Left Vertical Height

The height of the left vertical side of the blade can be changed to 0 mm to suit the user's needs. We can make this height zero and also create a triangle blade.

2.4 Right Vertical Height

The height of the right vertical side of the blade can be changed to 0 mm to suit the user's needs. We can make this height zero while also forming a triangle blade.

2.5 Swap Direction

Changing the direction of the feature in opposite direction.

2.6 Thickness

The thickness of the Straight Blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature.

2.7 Metal Insert

To insert a new Metal Insert in the Blades, just click the Option of Metal Insert and choose the height depending upon your need.

2.8 Chamfer

The chamfer tool creates a beveled feature on these fixed areas like Top Left, Top Right, Bottom Left, and Bottom Right.

2.8.1 Top Left Chamfer

Option for creating chamfer on the top left side. It’s having two dimensions Length 1 and Length 2 for creating a chamfer cut on the top left side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this chamfer.

2.8.2 Top Right Chamfer

Option for creating chamfer on the top right side. It’s having two dimensions Length 1 and Length 2 for creating a chamfer cut on the top right side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this chamfer.

2.8.3 Bottom Left Chamfer

Option for creating chamfer on the bottom left side. It’s having two dimensions Length 1 and Length 2 for creating a chamfer cut on the bottom left side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this chamfer

2.8.4 Bottom Right Chamfer

Option for creating chamfer on the bottom right side. It’s having two dimensions Length 1 and Length 2 for creating a chamfer cut on the bottom right side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this chamfer.

2.9 Fillet

Fillet/Round creates a rounded internal or external face on the part. You can fillet at the Top Fillet, Top Right, Bottom Left, and Bottom Right areas.

2.9.1 Top Left Fillet

Option for creating a fillet on the top left side. It’s having one radius dimension for creating the fillet on the top left side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you won't use this fillet option.

2.9.2 Top Right Fillet

Option for creating a fillet on the top right side. It’s having one radius dimension for creating the fillet on the top right side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this fillet option.

 2.9.3 Bottom Left Fillet

Option for creating a fillet on the bottom left side. It’s having one radius dimension for creating the fillet on the bottom left side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this fillet option.

2.9.4 Bottom Right Fillet

Option for creating a fillet on the bottom right side. It’s having one radius dimension for creating the fillet on the bottom right side of the straight blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this fillet option

2.10 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

2.11 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

2.12 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

2.13 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

2.14 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Pointed Tip Blade using various parameters:

3.1 Length

Overall Length of the Pointed Tip Blade. Users can modify to any length depending upon their needs.

3.2 Height

Overall Height of the Pointed Tip Blade.  This height will be from the bottom to the Sharp Pointed Tip.

3.3 Left Height

Height of the Left Vertical side of the pointed tip blade.

3.4 Right Height

Height of the Right Vertical side of the pointed tip blade.

3.5 Top Profile Cut

The user sometimes doesn’t need this sharp pointed tip. Then the user can use this feature to cut that sharp pointed tip. Users have to give the dimension of Height from the bottom to the top profile cut.       

3.6 Thickness

The thickness of the Pointed Tip Blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature.

3.7 Chamfer

The chamfer tool creates a beveled feature on these fixed areas like Bottom Left and Bottom Right.

3.7.1 Bottom Left Chamfer

Option for creating chamfer on the bottom left side. It’s having two dimensions Length 1 and Length 2 for creating a chamfer cut on the bottom left side of the pointed tip blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this chamfer.

3.7.2 Bottom Right Chamfer

Option for creating chamfer on the bottom right side. It’s having two dimensions Length 1 and Length 2 for creating a chamfer cut on the bottom right side of the pointed tip blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this chamfer.

3.8 Fillet

Fillet/Round creates a rounded internal or external face on the part. You can fillet at the Bottom Left, and Bottom Right areas.

3.8.1 Bottom Left Fillet

Option for creating a fillet on the bottom left side. It’s having one radius dimension for creating the fillet on the bottom left side of the pointed tip blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this fillet option.

3.8.2 Bottom Right Fillet

Option for creating a fillet on the bottom right side. It’s having one radius dimension for creating the fillet on the bottom right side of the pointed tip blade.  You can uncheck the box if you don’t want to use this fillet option.

3.9 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

3.10 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

3.11 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

3.12 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

3.13 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Punch Circular Blade using various parameters:

4.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take some time to load, but the results will be excellent.

4.2 Outer Diameter

Diameter of the outer edge of the Punch Circular. Users can increase their dimensions depending upon their needs.

4.3 Height

Overall Height of the Punch Circular Blade. Users can increase their dimensions depending upon their needs.

4.4 Thickness

The thickness of the Punch Circular Blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature. State of being thick, which measures the thick part of the Blade.

4.5 Metal Insert

To insert a new Metal Insert in the Blades, just click the Option of Metal Insert and choose the height depending upon your need.

4.6 Base Insert

To insert a new base solidly on the base of the Punch Circular just click the option of the Base Insert and choose the height of the base insert.

4.6.1 Height

Height of the Base.

4.6.2 Side Cut Distance from Center

Distance between the two cuts from the center.

4.6.3 Side Cut Depth

Depth of the Cuts

4.6.4 Standard Hole

Users can choose any national standard holes and standard cuts depending upon their needs.

4.6.5 Swap Direction

Swapping direction of the Hole.  Swapping from the bottom of the hole and the top of the hole.

4.7 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

4.8 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4.9 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

4.10 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

4.11 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Punch Rectangular Blade using various parameters

Punch Rectangular blade is specially designed for punching. It’s also having a base insert with solid thickness and Standard holes.

5.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take longer to load, but the results will be of the highest quality.

5.2 Length

Overall Length of the Punch Rectangular Blade.

5.3 Height

Overall Height of the Punch Rectangular Blade.

5.4 Width

Overall Width of the Punch Rectangular Blade.

5.5 Corner Radius

Curved Radius for the four corners of the Blade.

5.6 Thickness

The thickness of the Punch Rectangular Blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature. State of being thick, which measures the thick part of the Blade.

5.7 Metal Insert

To insert a new Metal Insert in the Blades, just click the Option of Metal Insert and choose the height depending upon your need.

5.8 Base Insert

To insert a new base solidly on the base of the Punch Circular just click the option of the Base Insert and choose the height of the base insert.

5.8.1 Height

Height of the Base.

5.8.2 Standard Hole

Users can choose any national standard holes and standard cuts depending upon their needs. Placement Dimensions are there to place the cuts and holes easily.

5.8.3 Swap Direction

Swapping direction of the Hole.  Swapping from the bottom of the hole and the top of the hole.

5.9 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

5.10 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5.11 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

5.12 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

5.13 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Curved First Blade using various parameters:

6.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take some time to load, but the results will be excellent.

6.2 Length

Overall Length of the Curved First Blade.

6.3 Height

Overall Height of the Curved First Blade

6.4 Upper Diameter

Diameter of the Left side arc for the Curved First Blade

6.5 Upper Length

Length between the Left side arc and the convex radius

6.6 Cutting Edge Radius

The radius of the arc of the sharp cutting edge of the blade

6.7 Convex Radius

The radius of the curved convex arc in the blade

6.8 Hole Diameter

Diameter of the hole in Curved First Blade

6.9 Thickness

The thickness of the Curved First Blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature. State of being thick, which measures the thick part of the Blade.

6.10 Metal Insert

To insert a new Metal Insert in the Blades, just click the Option of Metal Insert and choose the height depending upon your need.

6.11 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

6.12 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

6.13 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

6.14 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

6.15 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Curved Second Blade using various parameters:

7.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take some time to load, but the results will be excellent.

7.2 Length

Overall Length of the Curved Second Blade

7.3 Height

Overall Height of the Curved Second Blade

7.4 Cutting Edge Radius

The radius of the arc of the sharp cutting edge of the blade

7.5 Top Length

Length of the top flat side of Curved Second Blade

7.6 Arc Neck Radius

The radius of the Arc neck in curved second blade profile.

7.7 Corner Radius

Corner Radius in the two sharp edges of the curved second blade profile

7.8 Thickness

The thickness of the Curved First Blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature. State of being thick, which measures the thick part of the Blade.

7.9 Metal Insert

To insert a new Metal Insert in the Blades, just click the Option of Metal Insert and choose the height depending upon your need.

7.10 Types of Teeth and its Parameter

    • Nine types of Teeth are introduced in RapidCAD™ Blade.
      • V Teeth
      • U Teeth
      • Slotted Teeth
      • Relief Teeth
      • Convex Teeth
      • Pointed Perforated Teeth
      • Slotted Perforated Teeth
      • Wavy Teeth
      • Diamond Teeth

1 Auto Option

    • If Auto Check Box is ON, depending upon the Teeth depth, land width, cut width the number of teeth will automatically be assigned.  If Auto Check Box is OFF, the user needs to enter the Number of Teeth.  Then, Land width, Cut Width will automatically depend upon the No of Teeth.

2 Depth of Teeth

    • Depth of the Teeth

3 Land Width

    • Area Distance between two teeth’s

4 Cut Width

    • Size of the Teeth 

5 Chamfer Teeth

    • To apply chamfers on all the teeth of the blade, click the option of chamfer and choose the height depending upon your need.

6 Bottom Teeth

    • Click Bottom Teeth to get the Teeth option on the bottom side of the blades. Bottom Teeth will come only for Straight Blades.

7 Sync

    • Click the Sync option to get the same parameter for bottom teeth like the top teeth.

8 No Teeth Zone Distance (From Each Side)

    • Distance between the First Teeth and the edge of the Straight Blade

7.11 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

7.12 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

7.13 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

7.14 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

You can use the Dished Blade using various parameters:

8.1 Mesh Quality

A better mesh quality ensures a more accurate solution. To improve the mesh quality for an accurate solution, you can choose between high-quality mesh, medium-quality mesh, or low-quality mesh, depending upon your needs. High-quality mesh models will take some time to load, but the results will be excellent.

8.2 Outer Diameter

The outer diameter of the circular edge of the dished blade

8.3 Inner Shape

Inner Shape will come in the center mark of the dished blade. It will come in 3 Shapes like Circle, Triangle, and Rectangle

8.3.1 Inner Shape – Circle:

A circular Hole will be in the center of the dished blade. It’s having one diameter parameter.  Users can apply diameter dimension to that circular hole in the center of the dished blade.

Note: Inner Shape Dimensions should not be more than the outer diameter of the dished blade

8.3.2 Inner Shape – Rectangle:

Rectangle shape cut will be in the center of the dished blade. It’s having two parameters Length and Width.  Users can Length and Width dimensions to that rectangular inner shape in the center of the dished blade.

Note: Inner Shape Dimensions should not be more than the outer diameter of the dished blade

8.3.3 Inner Shape – Triangle:

The Triangle shape cut will be in the center of the dished blade. It’s having two parameters Length and Width.  Users can Length and Width dimensions to that triangular inner shape in the center of the dished blade.

Note: Inner Shape Dimensions should not be more than the outer diameter of the dished blade

 8.4 Thickness

The thickness of the dished blade. The user needs to enter thickness size to get this feature. State of being thick, which measures the thick part of the Blade.

8.5 Metal Insert

To insert a new Metal Insert in the Blades, just click the Option of Metal Insert and choose the height depend upon your need.

8.6 Types of Bevel and their Parameters

    • The bevel option makes the blade sharper. Bevel comes in 7 Types.
      • Top Bevel
      • Bottom Bevel
      • Top with Land Bevel
      • Bottom with Land Bevel
      • X Bevel
      • Y Bevel
      • None

1. Top Bevel:

    • Top Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

2. Bottom Bevel

    • Bottom Bevel means the Secondary angle, the Primary Bevel angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom Bevel Option has the following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

3. Top with Land Bevel:

    • Top with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the front side of the Bevel.
      • Top with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: The remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

4. Bottom with Land Bevel:

    • Bottom with Land Bevel means the Secondary angle will face on the backside of the Bevel.
      • Bottom with Land Bevel Option having following parameters
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

5. X BEVEL

    • Primary Bevel Angle and Secondary Bevel angle will be applied on both sides of the blade in this Bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: Bevel after the Primary Bevel Angle
        • Primary Bevel Angle: Bevel angle on the corner edge side of the Blades.
        • Primary Bevel Length: Length of the Primary Bevel

6. Y BEVEL

    • Secondary Bevel angle and the Land thickness will be applied on both sides of the blade in this bevel type.
        • Secondary Bevel: First Bevel on the Blade
        • Land Thickness: Remaining thickness after the bevel angles is Land Thickness

8.7 Standard Holes and Cuts

    • RapidCAD™ Blade has Hole creating features that have different types like Countersunk, Counterbore, Tapped, Through, and Cut base on different standards. The holes can be controlled with various parameters and they can also be patterned to get a repeated set of holes.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade has
        • Counter Sunk
        • Counterbore
        • Tapped
        • Through Hole types
    • And also having Cuts like Rectangle, Square, Triangle (Right Angled), Triangle (Left Angled), Slot, Oval.
      • RapidCAD™ Blade also have Hole Standards like
        • ANSI Metric
        • ANSI Inch
        • AS
        • BSI
        • DIN
        • GB
        • ISO
        • IS
        • JIS
        • KS
    • For aligning holes, there will be Placement dimension parameters like X and Y.
    • For Patterning the holes, we have a Repeat option on both axis  X and Y

8.8 History Feature

    • History Feature will show the users about the features they are worked on so far. You can go to any steps and change that feature parameter in one click.
    • All features created in this application and their dimension history will be automatically saved in RapidCAD™ Blade.  So, it will be easy for users to go back to the features they want to edit.

8.9 Other Key Features and its benefits

    • There are many key features of RapidCAD™ Blade. This includes
      • Material: Material Tab in the menu, allows the user to enter the material types for the blade.
    • You can choose the Steel Types and their Standards in a drop-down option easily.
      • Finish: Users can choose the Blade finishing standards on this tab.
    • We have a drop-down option for Finishing standards, and the  USA – Ra micrometer number drop-down option.
      • Properties: In the Properties tab, you can check the Volume and the Weight of the Blade you created.
      • User-Friendly Interface: RapidCAD™ Blade interface is totally a user-friendly interface.  No need for engineering knowledge to create blades in this software. No one has to train specially for this application.  We bring you the best user-friendly interface.
      • Auto Zooming: We introduced the auto zooming option, when the user starts working on the bevels of the blade, our interface will auto-zoom in the bevel area,  to give the best view for users.
      • 3D View Mode: You can create and validate the design in full 3d mode without any 2d views.  It’s best for advanced users.
      • 2D View Mode: You can also create and validate the design in Standard 2D Views. By default, you can see both the 2D and 3D views on the screen. For viewing only 2D view we also gave options.
      • Undo and Redo Option: Users can use undo and redo options to go back and front stage of the design.
      • Pan Option: We introduced Pan Option to drag and pan the 3D model for easy adjusting.
      • Export Option: RapidCAD™ Blade has plenty of output files, you can get all output files in a single click.

These are the following output files you can get from the RapidCAD™ Blade.

STL, STEP, DXF, SVG, PNG, PDF, OBJ,GLTF ,PLY ,COLLADA.

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