Hi all, I tried the like Measure, Section properties & Mass properties to find the surface area of the body. I couldn't able to get a one-click answer. So, later I calculated individually(or two surfaces) to find all areas of the surface.
Thanks for removing the attachment. For some reason, when selecting the Filter Surface Bodies, the measure tool fails to return any information. You would think it would return something measurable or usable but it apparently does not. I've not noticed this before I looked into it just now. However, if you show only your surface in…
Good morning everyone! I have attached below a master model of a left hand thumb that I've been designing for a prosthesis as a senior design project. The composite curve has been formed using a 3D scan that I took of the patients' hand, and as you can see the boundary loft feature successfully completes. The problem is that there is a…(Show moreShow less)
Not sure if this should be in sketching, or surfacing, but I am trying to smooth out a surface I am working on. I cant seem to make this form fluid all the way around. It has a hard edge where the corner radius ends. Does any one have any recommendations on how I could lay out the sketch better to make the curvature smooth when displaying zebra…(Show moreShow less)
I am trying in making laminates of different thickness in SolidWorks surfacing but couldn't complete. Please see the attached model and images for exact coring. I request to have the exact model to the given requirement in surfacing and to understand how to model it. Note: 1) For reference am attaching .STEP format of base model as well. 2)…(Show moreShow less)
xNURBS SolidWorks addon V3.0 is just available ( https://www.xnurbs.com ). A short answer to "why xNURBS": As demonstrated by the animated GIFs below, xNURBS is one super powerful NURBS tool that fixes virtually all surfacing issues for SolidWorks. If you would like more feedback from end users:…(Show moreShow less)
"Have you any info on the degree/span and cv density of the resulting surfaces?" xNURBS has an inborn capacity of using a minimum number of spans to satisfy a given set of constraints, so the resulting surfaces are light. Users can also manipulate the span and cv density by using the "options" provided by xNURBS UI. As an example of how to…