I want to know , which software is used for design this model ?
Hello Kevin,.. not positive but the images look like UG/NX... the last looks like Pro/e/Creo?
..the file you posted is very old, per the data, it was started back in 2011 and last worked on in 2017... and the imported data (par) may have been UG/NX?
One suggestion with the file you posted,.. focus on doing 1/2 (half) of the car body and do the asymmetric features after the mirror. (image attached) .. also, try to remove the overhead..do the SCALE and export (with the correct coordinate system for the symmetry) and import back so it is clean(er)... from there, manage your body, doors, hoods, windows, fenders,... into separate folders.
As for learning,. there are many online examples,.. which are free and paid,... try out as many as you can.
Seems like Catia or Pro E but you can do this in SOLIDWORKS as well
I have some problems about designing in solidworks. could you please help me about this work ?
Please share your progress and issues and we would be glad to help you.
I am working in a toy factory. I have some problems with car surface design like knitting and cant make a flawless surface for 3d printing.
It's seems like you got a NX file, you got the original file? As I see, you need to working hard on healing lot of surfaces to give a thicken to your body car....
Is there any good tutorial for design car body surface using solidworks or Power surfacing plugin ?
The only surfacing tutorial for a car body that is cost free that I'm aware of is the one in this link here.....
Surface Modeling a Car
If the original file came from NX then you will have better luck if that file is exported as a Parasolid. If I recall correctly NX uses Parasolid as its modeling kernel just as SWX does. If so, and the file is exported from NX as a Parasolid then you will probably get a perfect imported solid in SWX, i.e., no gaps or surfaces that need to be heeled or knitted together.
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