I have created a design table to create an ellipsoidal head for vessels. The table works perfectly and I can create any size or thickness that is required to use in my models. The problem comes when I put these parts into a drawing the lines where the crown and the knuckle radi meet shows on the drawing. I have attached a sketch, and a model…(Show moreShow less)
Those are Tangent Edges. You can set them to not show by selecting a view and then the option shown below. (It's also available in the drop-down when right-clicking on the blank part of a view.) If you don't want them to appear in future drawing views you can make the same selection in System Options.
Hello, I'm trying to flatten the surfaces which has the XYZ point cloud data on it. I would like to do so In order to correlate the XYZ data of the flattened surface with the original part. how can i do that? I would really appreciate any suggestions you can provide, Thanks in advance.
Are there any open source models of the IEC 60601-1 test finger? I have a drawing supplied by the standard but it would save me the time and hassle if there is one already. Thanks! Edit: Below is the "drawing" supplied. When i create a revolve of the bottom profile then a cut extrude of the top, it doesn't look exactly the same so I must be…(Show moreShow less)
Hello, I have to make a relation of the flattened point data to original point data (please check the attachment). That means I made some holes on the component and flattened the surfaces. After that I pointed some 3D sketch points on the flattened surface and to the original component too (on the circumference of the hole). Now, i have to export…(Show moreShow less)
Thanks i have done something like that with hole wizard. Now, the new challange for me is that i have to make a relation of the flattened one to original one. That means I made some holes on the component and flattened the surfaces. After that I pointed some 3D sketch points on the flattened surface and to the original component too (on the…
I am attempting to embed the 3DContentCentral viewer on my site, which is built on and hosted by Shopify. I copied the embed code directly out of the model page and pasted it in, here: Test page – Pulse Research Lab For most of you, that page will operate properly. But for some browser/site combinations, it fails: Safari/Mac fails,…(Show moreShow less)
I'm looking at some models on here, but I see no way to download them. If I click on a model, it opens a window showing a very dark view of the model, but there seems to be no way to download it. There's no problem finding a way to UPLOAD files.
OK, I got help from Design Point. The problem is that I went to the Solidworks site and logged in. They have 3D parts there BUT no way to download them. They steered me to the separate site 3D Content Central, where I logged in and WAS able to download. So for some reason they have content on their main site that you can't get.