please see the picures to see what I mean
I am trying to make look smooth the cut sweep
From the method you described your part will be smooth and you don't need to worry about those lines. You may want to go to System Options > Display/Selection > Part/Assembly tangent edge display > Removed. Then any smooth transitions will not show a line and only edges with a sharp transition will have a black line. This will help you know if it is smooth.
You don't need to do that as all of those are tangent lines.
Thanks for replying Deepak,
so my model is ok then?
we need to send this part to a mold maker company using the file for producing the part.
even if the model is ok it is a way to make it look smooth?
Shaded With Edges
The shaded with edges is just a very thin outline
thanks for replying also,
what I am trying to make look smoother is the inside lines
this view will reflect the inside lines in my drawing
Sometimes a delete face command will work to clean up "patchiness" of a surface. You would need the "Delete and Patch" Option. Try individual segments of the face you want to be part of another face and see if it will work.
or maybe I did model the part in a wrong way,
first I did square cut-sweep
and then applied fillet
by the way Deepak I tried several combinations of delete and patch and it didn't work
thanks Jamil and everyone,
every single comment was very helpful
again thanks and best regards!!
Should be fine - you are showing the part in Shaded with edges - choose only Shaded view - see the pictures above
If you are ever worried about curvature have a look at Zebra Stripes in the evaluation tab. It will let you see how smooth your transitions are.
In this case I think the best option would be just to set tangent edges as removed:
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