Swept Surface

To create a surface sweep:

-Create planes for sketching the sweep profile, sweep path, and the guide curves.
-Sketch the sweep profile and path on the planes that you created.
Sketch must be a closed, non-intersecting profile on a plane or a face.
-If you are using one or more guide curves, create coincident or pierce relations between the guide curves
and the profile.
-Click Swept Surface on the Surfaces toolbar or click Insert, Surface, Sweep.
-Under Profile and Path, do the following:
Click Profile and select the profile sketch in the graphics area.
Click Path and select the path sketch in the graphics area.
-Apply Options if needed.
-Under Guide Curves, do the following:
Select the Guide Curves in the graphics area.
Click Move Up or Move Down to change the order in which to use the guide curves.
If necessary, clear the Merge smooth faces check box. Example
Click Show Sections , and click the arrows to view and troubleshoot the profile by Section Number.
-Apply Start/End Tangency if necessary.
-Click OK .





















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Sketch on the model faces

To create a new sketch on the face, we sketch in front of where we want to look for these features.

Steps we need to do to sketch the face of the model:
A. Select the planar face of a model where we want to make a sketch.
2. Click the Sketch tool on the toolbar sketch, click Sketch, or click Insert, Sketch.
The following occurs:
• box will appear on the face that we choose (if we choose a grid display in Tools, Options, Document Properties Grid / Snap).
• The Sketch Editing the message in the status bar at the bottom of the SolidWorks window.

To sketch the different faces, out of the sketch is active, select
new faces, and open a new sketch.



























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Knit Surface

To make the design solid, we have to use the tool facilities knit surface.
Knit Surface tool is used to combine two or more face or surface into one.
Here the edge of the surface must be adjacent and not overlapping (overlapping).
Surface position does not need to be on the same plane.
Try to choose an adjacent surface.
Click knit solid body when the solid surface or solid form.
Select Merge to merge the entities face the same basic geometry.
Select Control Gap to view or modify the tolerance gaps knit.

To make the knit surfaces:
Click Knit Surface on the Surfaces toolbar, or click Insert, Surface, Knit.
In the PropertyManager,
Select the surface of adjacent, non-intersecting surface
Select the face or surface that will be in Knit.
Select Try to form solid to create a solid model of a closed surface.
Select Merge to merge the entities face the same basic geometry.
Select the face to knit
Select Gap Control to see a couple of the possible gap edge, and to view or edit the tolerance or gap range.
See Knitting tolerance, perform modifications if needed.
Click OK.























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Fill cracks with fill Surface

When we designed the 3d, then there is a gap along the surface.
Before the patch we need mmembuat sketch the outline as a guide as constraint curve.
We can patch the surface properly, we must apply a different curvature to control the different types of boundary edges.
Click Filled Surface on the Surfaces toolbar, or Insert> Surface> Fill.
In the graphics area, under Boundary Patch, select the boundary edges.
With Alternate Face, you can flip the boundary face for the curvature control of the patch. Alternate Face is used only when creating a patch on a solid model.
Alternate Face> contact
Click Optimize surface
Select the option Optimize surface with two or four-sided surfaces. The Optimize option APPLIES surface a simplified surface patch That is similar to a lofted surface. Potential advantages of the optimized surface patch include faster build times, and Increased stability when used in conjunction with other features in the model.
Click Show preview
Display a shaded preview of the fill surface.
Click Preview mesh
Display a grid on the patch to help you visualize the curvature. The Preview mesh is available only when you select Show preview.
Click OK to apply the Fill Surface




























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Cut extrude - Up to Surface

Now we will learn to use the extrude feature to cut the part.
The initial step we have to do is make a sketch on the plane 7.
Sketch the conditions must be closed.
Click Extruded Cut on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Cut, Extrude
Set PropertyManager options.
Set initial conditions for the cut-extrude
Select the Sketch Plane to start the extrude from the plane where the sketch is.

Direction 1
End Condition. Determine how widespread these features. Set the end condition type.
If necessary, click Reverse Direction to extend these features in the opposite direction to that shown in the preview.

Up to Surface. Select a face or a plane to expand into the areas of graphics on Face / Plane.
Double-click the surface to change the End Condition to get to the Surface, a surface is selected as the surface termination.
If the sketch is in the extrude extends beyond the selected face or body surface,
Up To Surface can do some extension of the otomatissetiap one to end the extrusion.

































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