Can anyone help me to model this .
I would rather use a texture instead of modelling it. This is going to hog the resources and time as well.
The type of model that will work the best will depend on what you want to do with it.
If you are making a part drawing of a flexible jumper, then I would model it as a sweep of the correct width and thickness, apply a texture as Deepak suggested, and hatch a portion of the drawing to show the weave. Call out the exact braid part number in a note, or on a BOM.
If you want to use the model for simple analysis (heat transfer, electrical conductivity, mechanical stiffness) then use a sweep, but adjust the material properties so that an inch of the sweep has the same properties as an inch of the braid. Use basic engineering to calculate the equivalent bulk properties of the sweep. The thermal conductance for example; 1024 strands of 30 AWG copper wire, running at a 45 degree angle so they are longer than 1 inch each, will have a conductance of so many BTU/hr per deg F per inch, so a .125" x .75" sweep 1" long will need such and such a bulk conductivity to have the same conductance.
If you really need to model the stranding, make a small model of the area of interest, to save model size.
What should be fully modeled?
This is a very common question that can be answered as follows:
Do you "design" specialized threaded components?
...if Yes, then physically model the threads as they are what you manufacture.
...if No, then use the cosmetic options provided by SolidWorks.
Do you design Flexible Conduit?
... if Yes, then model the detail required.
...if No, use an appearance or surface texture or color or any combination.
For FLX or Flexible Conduit (liquatite) we apply "carpet color4 2d.p2m", see image.
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