Learn to Convert Entities

We can create one or more curves in a sketch by projecting an edge, loop, face, curve, or adjust the sketch to sketch curves plane.Dalam convert an entity the steps we have to do is:

1.In this sketch open,
click on the model edge, loop, face, curve, external contour sketch, set of edges, or sets of curves.

2.Klik Convert Entities on the Sketch toolbar,
or click Tools, Sketch Tools, Convert Entities.






















For On the Edge.
The sketch can be made between the new sketch curves and entities.
To Fixed
Sketches can be made internally at the endpoints of the body so that it remains in a state sketch "fully defined".
Internal relationship is not shown if we use the Display / Delete Relations.
Release Fixed interesting relation with the end point.



















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extend surface

With the menu extend surface, we can extend the surface by selecting the edge, some edge, or face.
To make the surface extends:
Click the Extended surface on the toolbar or click Insert Surface, surface, Extend.

In the Property Manager:
Under Edges / Faces to Extend, select one or more sides or face as desired.



If we choose the edge, extending surface extends along the field edge.
If we choose the face, extending surface extends along all sides of the face except those connected to the other face.
we can make the surface extended to face tangent by clicking on the callout the which appears only if we choose the edge.















Select type of End Condition:
If we choose Distance. Extend surface will correspond to the distance that we specify.
If we choose the Up-to-point. Extend will surface to the point that we choose in the graphics for the Vertex.
If we choose Up to surface. Extend will surface to surface or face that we choose in the graphics area to surface / Face.






 












Select Type Extensions:
Same surface. Extend surface along the surface geometry.
Linear. Extend surface tangent to the original surface along the edge.






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solidwork : combine body

We can combine several solid bodies to make one solid body. There are three ways to combine a few solid body: Add namely Combining solid bodies of all the elected body to create a single body. Subtract the Delete multiple overlapping body into one new body. Common namely Removes all body except that overlaps (overlap).
To use the Subtract:
Click Combine the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Features, Combine.
Combine PropertyManager will appear.
In the Operation Type, click Subtract.




In the Main Body, select the body that will be maintained as the main body.
or select a body of solid body design FeatureManager folder tree.
Under the body to Subtract, select the bodies which we want to remove for Solid Bodies.
Click Show Preview to see the feature.
if it is appropriate ..... Click OK.



























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Solidwork : Creating a new plane with arc or curve


The first step we have to do is click on the toolbar Plane Geometry references, or click Insert, Reference Geometry, Plane.

The PropertyManager Plane will appear.
In the selection, select the type of plane that we want to create and the items to make a plane:
For the Normal Curve.
Create a plane through point and perpendicular to the edge or curve.
Select the edges or curves, and dots.
Select Set the origin on the curve of a check box to the place of origin on the curve, the default is to place the origin point






 

















We only select the curve to create a new plane.
Plane perpendicular to the end of the curve.
The selected items will appear in the Reference Entities box. A preview of the new plane appears in the graph area.
Click OK to create the plane.
new plane appears in the graphics area and te
rdaftar in FeatureManager design tree.
To cancel the transaction, click cancel.
To create a plane, click save in PropertyManager Plane will be displayed.




























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solidwork : Draft Overview


The draft features a 3d application to make the slope of the surface using a certain angle to a selected surface in 3D modeling.
We can enter the draft in part that we want.

we can apply the concept of the draft to a solid or surface model.

We can determine the type of drafting with the following methods:

-Neutral plane


Parting line-

Draft-Step



Neutral Plane Draft

We can make a feature taper model chosen by using Plane neutral and face a certain angle,

to determine the direction of making the mold.

We also can apply the concept of angle as part of the base extrusion, boss, or cut.

Neutral Plane To make draft

Click the Draft button in the toolbar features, or Insert, Features, Draft.








In Property Manager:

Select Neutral Plane in the draft.

In the Draft Angle, set the value to degrees. Draft angle measured perpendicular to the plane of neutral.

Select a face or plane to plane Neutral. If necessary, select Reverse obliquity draft in the opposite direction.

Select the faces to the draft in the area of graphics for the Faces, which will be made.





All Faces. The concept of all face is extruded from the neutral plane.

Inner Faces. The concept of all parts of a face is extruded from the neutral plane.

Outer Faces. The concept of all the outer face neutral plane.

Detailed click Preview to preview the draft.

Click OK to create the draft.

Using the Neutral Plane as a type of draft, we can design some outer face, all face the outside,

some face in all inner faces, faces a tangent, or a combination of both inner and outer faces faces.

In Property Manager, under a Face, select Face value propagation.

Face Propagation

Selection in the Graphics Area

Draft Results


None. Only a selected face in the draft. Face above is used as a Neutral Plane in all instances.

Along Tangent. Extend the draft to all face that intersect with the selected face.

Face out, including one of the face that we choose the Extrude boss.

All face. Draft all face in addition to the neutral plane and extruded from the neutral plane.

inner faces include face on three Ekstrud boss.

Inner Faces. Draft all the inner faces are extruded from the neutral plane.

Outer Faces. Draft all the outer faces outwardly neutral plane.





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solidwork ; Pattern


Make Pattern in solidwork program was very easy.
Many features - supporting features are already available in solidwork.
Pattern itself is made item by repeating the selected features in an array based on the features we want.
We can create linear patterns, circular patterns, curve pattern, fill pattern, or use a sketch or a table point coordinates to create a Pattern.
To reproduce the features in SolidWorks select the Properties option in the Visual PropertyManager.


With multibody, we can use the pattern to some body in the same document.
For the Circular Pattern, select the features and axis as the center of rotation, and define:
Number of items and the distance angle or angle total number of items and to create patterns.















To Curve Driven Pattern, select the features and the edge or sketch segment in which to pattern these features. Then we can determine the type of curve, curve method, and method of alignment.

















For Pattern Sketch, choose where to fill a seed by a sketch feature points on the face model.


For the Table Pattern, add to or take the previous item with XY coordinates to fill the feature.


For Pattern Fill, fill the area defined by the pattern features.

We also can create patterns, and a mirror copy of the patterns and the control and modify patterns.




















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solidwork ; make a loft


We can create a guide curve loft by using two or more profiles
and one or more instructions for connecting the profile curve.

Profiles can be either planar or non-planar.
Guide to help us control the curve between the profile generated.
To create a loft using guide curves and non-planar profile,
Use the split line to make non-planar profile.
Sketch of one or more guide curves.
Add Pierce guide the relationship between the curves and edges on non-planar sketch plane.




Sketch the profile needed to make the loft.
Add the relationship between profiles and guide curves:
To langkah2 create loft, please click in menu solidwork:
-Loft on the Features toolbar or Insert, Boss / Base, Loft Features
Cut-lofted on the Features toolbar or Insert, Cut, Loft
Surface-lofted surfaces on the toolbar or the Insert, Surface



In PropertyManager:
Select the profiles to loft in the graphics area to Profiles.
To select a profile sketch of non-planar plane
we have to use one sketch
Select tool to select the profile plane in the sketch,
or use the Smart Selection to select the individual profile sketch.
Select option PropertyManager.
Click OK.






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SolidWORK: Making Planes

 Here we will discuss about what the plane, should the initial design, we must first understand what the plane,


because the plane was very helpful and easier for us in 3D design.

We can create designs Planes in part / parts or assembly / assembly.

We can use the Planes to sketch, to create the appearance of the model, for Planes neutral in draft features, and so forth.

We can preselect an item before we click on Plane.

If we preselect items, SolidWorks Planes trying to select the appropriate type. We can always choose different types of Planes.

We can right-click the chart area and select the type of Planes from the shortcut menu. If we choose the entity that is enough to make Planes, OK pointer appears. Right click to create Planes.


To make construction Planes:

Click Plane on the Reference Geometry toolbar,

or click Insert, Reference Geometry, Plane.

PropertyManager Plane appears.

In the selection, select the type of Planes that we want to create and the items to make the Planes:

Through Lines / Points.

Make Planes through the edge, axis, or sketch lines, and point, or through the three points.



To create a plane with three points.

Parallel Plane at Point. Make Planes through parallel points to a Planes.



To create a plane with a planar face or faces.

Choose a center point.

New planes parallel to the selected face through the midpoint of the chosen.





To create a plane with the angle.

Make Planes through the edge, axis, or sketch a line in the corner with face or Planes.

Select Planes or planar face, and then select the edge, axis, or line sketches.

Enter the angle between the Planes in the Angle box.

Select Reverse direction checkbox, if necessary.



To create a plane with the Offset Distance.

Planes parallel to Make Planes or face, offset by a certain distance. This is the default Planes made.

Choose Planes or planar face.

Enter the offset distance in the Distance box.

Select Reverse direction checkbox, if necessary.

To make some Planes offset the same distance from a chosen field, enter the number in the dialog box Number of Planes Planes.






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solidwork: make Fillet

In a simple function of the Fillet / Round is to create a circular / internal or external radius on the contour of the product.
We can make all sides of fillet products, selected contours, or edges are selected.
The types of fillets
-Constant Radius Fillet
Fillet Radius-Multiple
Fillet-Round Corner
Fillet-Setback
-Full Round Fillet
-Variable Radius Fillet
-Face Fillet


Recommendations for fillet:

In general, the best when making fillets:
1. add fillets bigger before smaller ones.
2. When some fillets gathered in a corner,
create a larger fillets first.
3. Add draft before the fillets.
4. Save fillets to the last.
5. Try to add the fillets after most other geometry is created.
If we add the fillets before,
needed more time to rebuild the part and other


To create a fillet:
- Click on the Features toolbar Fillet,
or click Insert, Features, Fillet / Round.
- Select option PropertyManager.
- Click OK.





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Solidwork : revolve

Make revolve with the help of the centerline.
we can make the revolved boss / bases, revolved cuts, or revolved surfaces.
Revolve feature can be a solid, thin features, or surface.
To create a feature revolved boss / bases, we can use the following guidelines:
Sketches for revolved solid feature can contain several profiles intersect.
By selecting the pointer Contour (available contour when we click the option in PropertyManager)
We can choose one or more sketches to create a revolve.
Sketches for features ranging from a thin or surface can contain several profiles intersect open or closed.
Profiles can not be cut off centerline, solid product will not be formed.
If the sketch contains more than one center, select the centerline that we want to use as the axis of revolution.
To revolved revolved surfaces and thin, the sketch can not be cut off at the centerline.
When we click a radius dimension to revolve, we can produce a radius dimension to revolve feature.
If we click the diameter dimension, we produce diameter dimensions to revolve feature.
We have to rebuild the model to display the symbol radius or diameter dimensions.



To create a revolve feature:
Create a sketch that contains one or more profiles and centerline, outline, or edge is used as a shaft in which the features of Revolve.
Click one of the following tools revolve:
Revolved Boss / Base on the Features toolbar, or Insert, Boss / Base, Revolve
Cut on the toolbar revolved feature, or Insert, Cut, Revolve
Surface Surface revolved on the toolbar, or Insert, Surface, Revolve
In PropertyManager, set the options (set the option).
Click OK.





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Solidwork: Creating a boss feature sweeps


Sweep is used to create a base, boss, cut or surface by moving profiles.
Profiles must be closed to create a base or boss feature sweeps.
Profiles can be open or closed to surface features sweep feature.
Path is a set of sketch curves contained in one sketch.
The starting point must be the path in the field profile.
Both sections, paths, and solid can be generated from sketh intersect.

Sweeps can be made by:
-Guidelines for Use of the curve
-Made with multiple profiles
Created as a feature-thin

To create a sweeps:
1.Sketsa profile, closed non-intersecting in the plane or a face.
2.Buat lane / path to the profile. Use the sketches, model existing edge, or curve.
3.Klik one of the following:
-Swept Boss / Base on the Features toolbar or Insert, Boss / Base, Sweep
Cut-swept feature on the toolbar or Insert, Cut, Sweep
Surface-swept on the toolbar or the Insert Surface, Surface, Sweep
PropertyManager 4.Dalam this:
-Select the sketch in the graphics area to profile.
-Select the sketch in the graphics area to the road / path.
5.Tetapkan other PropertyManager choice.
6.Klik OK





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solidwork : Move

In the menu there solidwork move.
This menu serves to move the position to sketch the image that you created earlier,
accordance with what we want.

Edit Sketch 1.In this mode:

- Click the move Entities (Sketch toolbar)

-Tools, Sketch Tools, Move

2.Dalam PropertyManager, under Entities to Move

- Select a sketch Sketch or entities for item Annotations

- Select Keep relations to maintain a position among the entities that do not want to move.

3.Under Parameters:

- Select From / To, click Start Point to set the base point, and then drag to the position of sketch entities.

-Or Select X / Y and set the value for the Delta X and Delta Y for the position of sketch entities.

4.Click Repeat to return to change the position of sketch entities

5.Klik OK

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Solidwork: make Arcs


We can create an arc by specifying three points (start, end, and midpoint).

To make a 3 point arc:
1. Click the 3 Point Arc on the Sketch toolbar, or click Tools, Sketch Entity, 3 Point Arc.
Arc appears PropertyManager
PropertyManager control sketch Centerpoint Arc Arc, Tangent Arc, or 3 Point Arc.

Add Relations
We can add the selected entities relationships.

Options
For construction. Change the entities for the construction geometry.

Parameters
We can determine the appropriate combination of the following parameters to determine the arc / arcs.
If we change one or more parameters, other parameters are updated automatically.

Center X Coordinate: X Coordinate Center
Center Y Coordinate: Center Y Coordinate
Start X Coordinate: Start dr X Coordinates
Start Y Coordinate: Start mister Y Coordinates
End X Coordinate: End Coordinates X
End Y Coordinate: End Coordinates Y
Radius, Angle.



2. Click where you want the arc to start.
3. Drag to where you want to bow to end.
4. Remove the pointer.
5. Drag the arc to set the radius and to reverse the arc, if necessary.
6. Remove the pointer.
7. Make necessary changes in the PropertyManager
and click OK.

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Solidwork: Extruding from 2D to 3D

In Solidwork, we can use the basic features and other features by using the Extrude from 2D to 3D toolbar with partial sketch.Extruded Boss / Base on the Features toolbar can be made if the sketches in a state of complete (closed).Extrude these steps:1. Edit a sketch.Select the sketch entity is required to feature.No need to click on all full sketch, quite arbitrary sketch.Hold Ctrl and select the point (in the sketch) to be the starting point for extrusion.NOTE: If you do not choose a starting point, or if you select a point in the edited sketch, from sketch plane is considered as a starting point.

2. Click Extrude the 2D to 3D toolbar, or click Tools, Sketch Tools, 2D to 3D, Extrude, and click on the graphic to establish the direction of extrusion.Base-Extrude Property Manager will appear.Edit Property at Base Extrude PropertyManager.Click one of the tools:Extruded Boss / Base on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Boss / Base, Extrude Extruded Boss / Base on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Boss / Base, Extrude Extruded Cut on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Cut, Extrude Extruded Cut on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Cut, ExtrudeNOTE: For the 2D to 3D conversion, we can determine the depth of extrusion by selecting a sketch entity.Click the Depth and select an entity in a sketch.Click OK

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