Hello SOLIDWORKS Power-Users and welcome the 29th SWPUC! The Surfacing Power-users from the forum asked for a long time to receive a surfacing challenge. Well... here it is. One of the most common tasks for a part designer of complex organic shapes is joining the main surfaces of the part with nice flowing blends. Let's brainstorm together…(Show moreShow less)
BTW.. I've noticed something while experimenting.. for the Knit, I replaced your Boundary Surface with a Fill Surface.. and the Offset now shows the Error?... and when I got back to the Knit and replace the Fill with your original Boundary.. it also shows the error!... something to show your VAR.
Немного поковыряв реестр сегодня ночью для реальных изображений ювелирных изделий, для SW 2020 подключение Realview для Solidworks и видеокарт Radeon и Nvidia, ловите релиз, работает ! Инженер должен уметь все... инженеру просто на все ... он должен быть и программистом... Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 …(Show moreShow less)
Sergey Novikov Paul Salvador My apologies, my comment was unclear either due to a lack of proofreading for what I wrote or due to a misunderstanding (on my part) of the original post. I only meant to state that I had not properly evaluated the performance of the GPU while using Solidworks RealView since it appears that this is a newly supported…
I want to make a surface "tapered" to the surface(shown below) in Solidworks. I tried to use sweep tool, but the section is twisted, and doesn't remain the given angle to the surface. It is easy to achieve in Creo, as we can control the orientation of the section. I found a tool called "normal to surface" in Ruled surface in Solidworks, it is…(Show moreShow less)
Thank you everyone for sharing your great idea. Since there is no direct tool to solve this, we can only use workaround. I like @Elmar Klammer's solution that is the most close to my need. I made another demo using this solution for your reference.First I made a ruled(10°) surface in Creo for comparing, and imported them in SW. Then I use…
Hello, I recently started to study surfacing and I have a problem with thickening. I am trying to thicken my surface with 5mm, but it keeps saying unable to thicken surface. I attached my file so please help me out. Thank you
Hi everyone. I've been trying desparately to use a car body model from GrabCAD to 3D print and use as a body for my DIY rc car. Each model I've downloaded comes as surface body(s), and I've been trying to turn them into solid bodies so I can 3D print them. I tried the Thicken tool but have been getting all sorts of errors ranging from just…(Show moreShow less)