I have two equation driven curves in a sketch and a hexagonal sketch tangent to the original sketch plane. The lower two points of the hexagon are coincident with the two curves, and I want to "sweep" the hexagon along the two curves. However, I have not been able to make sweep do what I want. Any help? (Screenshot Attached)

Hello,

Try deleting the 2 coincident relations you mentioned and replace them with pierce point relations.

Sweep paths require pierce points, not coincident.

To create a pierce, add a relation, select the hexagon vertex point and anywhere on the equation (but near the vertex & not the equation endpoint).

A pierce relation should become available.

Also, keep in mind, that any of your sketch equations/planes/relations can prevent the pierce point from being created.

Lastly, your two equations come together. This may be upsetting SW. It looks like it's sweeping onto itself (which isn't permitted by SW).

Are the 2 equations related together somehow as one path entity?

SW sweeps use one path and one profile.

Would a loft be better suited for what you're looking to do?

Are you trying to go from hexagon to a point? Lofts permit going to a point, but sweeps don't.

Cheers,

Kevin