The product simple to use sketch, smart dimension and Revolved boss

Now we will try to make the product simple to use sketch, smart dimension and Revolved

The initial steps we have to do, start SolidWorks and open a new part.
Select the Front Plane and sketching.
Make a sketch of the line consisting of four rows and three dimensions.
Make sure the lower left corner of the sketch is the origin.
Click on the Arc in the CommandManager.

Click on the Arc Tangent in the PropertyManager.
Click on the right end of the horizontal line above.
Place the tip of the arc at the tip end of a horizontal line above.
Press the button to end the command line.



Set the dimensions for the bow that we just created
Click on the Smart dimension in-Command Manager.
Create a dimension for each line of 60, 30, 20
Click on the arc.
Set dimensions.
Create an arc radius to 65.
Click on OK.


Creating a curved edge between the arc and the vertical line.
Click on the Sketch Fillet CommandManager.
Create a radius of 10 mm 'in the Property Manager-.
Click on the bow, to the left of the vertical line.
Click on the vertical line, just below the arc.
Click on OK.













Click Features in CommandManager and Revolved Boss / Base
Next, we must set the axis of rotation:
Click on the left vertical line in the sketch.
Make sure the angle of rotation of the Property Manager is set to '360-degree '.
Click on OK.



















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Mass Properties in Solidworks

When we began designing our product design need to know how many times the parts that we make.
Solidworks has the facilities that support for it, namely Mass Properties
Mass Properties showing the mass properties of parts.
We can assign values ​​to the mass and center of gravity to calculate it.
Steps we need to do to display the Mass Properties:
Select an item or component will be evaluated.
If no component is selected or solid body, mass properties will evaluate all or part of the multibody part.
Mass Properties Click on the Tools toolbar or Tools, Mass Properties.
We can evaluate the different entities without closing Mass Properties dialog box.
Remove the selection, then select the entity, and click Calculate Recalculate.




















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Three Point Corner Rectangle

Now we will try to make a Rectangle that intersects the circle and symmetrical about the centerline.
Steps we have to do is from the menu, select Tools> Sketch Entities> 3pt Corner Rectangle.
Click the first point in a circle, click the second point outside the circle, and click the third point to form a rectangle.
Enable Centerline through Tools> Sketch Entities> Centerline.
Click and hold the left mouse button first on the Origin, drag until the end of the text and click Appears rectagle midpoint.
Press Esc to turn off the Centerline tool
Select the centerline and Ctrl + select the line corresponding to the midpoint relations.
After making the second option, We Will see a set of options in the toolbar pop-up context.
Click on the icon Perpendicular, and the rectangle to be symmetrical about the centerline.














































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Sketch Create a Circle

Click the circle from the Sketch toolbar, select Tools> Sketch Entities> Circle
Do not forget to specify the first plane to be used to sketch circle (Top Plane).
Sketch a circle centered at the origin. With the Circle tool activated, click the cursor
at the origin in the graphics area. After clicking the first point, which
is the center of the circle, move the cursor away from the Origin, drag the cursor, and click again,
which would then form the radius of the circle. Click on OK.
You can click and hold the cursor on the circle, then drag to resize
the circle.































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Instant3D

With the sketches we have made, now we are ready to make the basic features.
Here we can make use of extrusion Extruded Boss / Base command in the Command Manager tab feature is.
but we will learn how to quickly create extrusion using Instant3D.
Instant3D introduced into the release of SolidWorks 2008, which allows us to create and modify features by using the drag handles and on-screen rulers, which would
make the modeling and modify parts and assemblies faster and easier.

Before you can use Instant3D, we need to ensure that Instant3D has been activated.
Enable Instant3D by clicking on the Features tab and click the button CommandManager Instant3D.
Select the sketch and it will appear green arrow or drag the handle, will be shown on the sketch point perpendicular to the plane of the sketch.
If we do not see the pull handle when choosing a line sketch, make sure that we have sketched out and Instant3D are activated by the previous step.
Click and hold the left mouse button with the mouse pointer anywhere
pull on the handle. You'll know you're right on the pull handle when the color changes from green to yellow.
While still holding the left mouse button, drag the arrow away from the sketch. This will make the actual extrusion.






















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Make a back of the chair

Click Frot Plane
By default, every part and assembly has three planes when you create a new part: the front plane, the top plane, and the right plane. These three planes intersect at the origin in the part environment. The planes that are shown in the FeatureManager by default can be renamed and hidden, but they cannot be deleted.
You can see the planes in the graphics area by making them visible in the FeatureManager. To hide or show a plane, do the following:
1. In the FeatureManager, select the plane to be shown in the graphics area.
2. In the context toolbar, select Show to display the plane. When the
plane is set to Show, the icon in the FeatureManager will be shown as
a solid yellow color.
3. To hide the plane, select the plane again, and select Hide from the
context toolbar.

Make a sketch in front plane.

Click Extruded Boss/Base on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Boss/Base, Extrude
Set the PropertyManager
Up to Surface.
Select a face or plane to extend to in the graphics area for Face/Plane













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Make a base chair

Click Front Plane to make a sketch
Create a sketch.
Click Extruded Boss/Base on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Boss/Base, Extrude
Set the PropertyManager
Up to Surface.
Select a face or plane to extend to in the graphics area for Face/Plane .
Double-click a surface to change the End Condition to Up to Surface, with the selected surface as the termination surface.
Merge result (Boss/Base extrudes only).
Merges resultant body into an existing body if possible. If not selected, the feature creates a distinct solid body
Selected Contours .
Allows you to use a partial sketch to create extrude features. Select sketch contours and model edges in the graphics area.
















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make a chair leg

To make a duplicat or copy an object, the steps we have to do is:
1. In the menu click Insert> features> move / copy
- Click the object that will be copied

2.In PropertyManager, under Entities to copy
- Check the dialog box copy





3.Under Parameters:
- Select translate
- Type -60 in the delta Z

4.Klik OK
















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Learn to make a chair with SOLIDWORKS 2008 part2















Now we will give the thickness of the seat holder for the sketch we have created by using the extrude feature.
In the Property Manager, we can define the characteristics of ekstrude features.

For Extrude Types of many kinds and types including
- Extrude solid or thin
- Extrude boss / base
- Extrude cut
- Extrude surface

Here we will use the extrude boss to make a chair holder
Once finished sketching.
for Extruded Boss / Base feature click on the toolbar,
or click Insert -> Boss / Base -> Extrude



























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Learn to make a chair with SOLIDWORKS 2008

Steps we have to do is:
1 Create a New Part Document.
2 Click New on the Standard toolbar.
New SolidWorks Document dialog box will appear.
3 Select the Part icon.
4 Click OK.
A new part document window appears.
















5 Click the top view
6 Click Rectangle on the Sketch Tools toolbar.
















7 Click to begin sketching a rectangle from the origin.
8 Move the pointer up and to the right, to make a rectangle.
9 Click the mouse button again to complete the rectangle.























10 Click on the Sketch Relations toolbar Dimensions. Pointer changes shape.
11 Click the top row of the rectangle.
12 Click the location of dimension text above the top line.
Modify dialog box is displayed.
13 Enter 380. Click or press Enter.























14 Click the right edge of the rectangle.
15 Click the dimension text location. Enter 420.
16 Click the left edge of the rectangle.
17 Click the location of dimension text. Enter 330.
18 Create a center line
19 Add relations
Exit the sketch.









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Using Parametrics in the Sketch


















We will study some of the parametrics using the dimensions and just by dragging the mouse with the mouse.
The initial step SolidWorks please open a new document by clicking the New toolbar button or by
choosing File> New.
From the template list, select a new template part
Press the Spacebar on the keyboard to open the View Orientation dialog box, and double-click the Front view ..
Right-click on FeatureManager Front plane, or whatever is listed first plane, and select the Sketch.
Click the View menu, and make sure the items depressed Sketch Relations.
This shows a small icon on the screen to indicate when the parametric relationship between the entities created sketches.
Click the circle from the Sketch toolbar
from the Tools> Sketch Entities> Circle.
Sketch a circle centered on the Origin.
With the Circle tool activated, click the cursor
at the Origin in the graphics area. The Origin is the asterisk at the intersection of the long
vertical red arrow and the short horizontal red arrow. After clicking the first point, which
represents the center of the circle, move the cursor away from the Origin, and click again,
which will establish the radius of the circle.































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Cut Surface solid bodies





















Now we will learn to cut the solid bodies using the surface.
Steps should we do before cutting solid bodies is that we must make the first surface is in use as a cutting tool.
To make sweept surface is:
Create a sketch on profile planes to sweep, sweep the path, and guide curves.
Sketch sweep profile and path to the planes that we make.
We can also make a sketch sweep the path in the model face.


Once we make a sweep surface, we just do the cut surface.
Here we can do the cutting of a solid model by removing the material by using the Surface.
To cut a solid body with the Surface, we have to do is:
Click on the Cut With Surface Features toolbar, or click Insert> Cut> With Surface.

In the PropertyManager, under Surface Cut Parameters, select the surface or plane to use to cut the solid bodies.
Examine the preview. If Necessary, click Flip cut to reverse the direction of the cut.
The arrow points in the direction of the solid to discard.



In PropertyManager, Cut Surface Parameters, select the surface that will be used for cutting solid bodies.
Click the preview. If necessary, cut the Flip to reverse the direction of cutting.
Arrow points to the direction of a solid is discarded.

























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Step by step to create a tapered shape



















Here we will learn SOLIDWORKS a simple step by step to create a tapered shape.
Initial step we have to do, make a circle first in the top area plane.
Click on the origin (0,0), then drag the mouse to form a circle, love the dimensions as desired.
The next step after getting out of the sketch, click Insert> extruded boss / base
In the configuration extrude Direction 1
Choose the Blind, to determine the distance extrude
input range
angle
Draft outward Do not tick
Click OK




















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