I want to loft these two sketches but loft command is producing error result. How to fix this problem. Part file is attached.
Create a sketch on plane 5 using the convert entities feature from your 3d sketch on the curved surface & close.
Then use that new sketch to create your Splitline on the curved surface with Projection option.
That should then give you a seperate surface you can select for your loft together with the small sketch on Plane 5.
Not exactly sure why what you did didn't work but I found if I put a split line on the body then loft from that surface to your sketch 12 it completed without issues.
It is coming with a guide curve but I couldn't follow your split line technique. Part file is attached.
Perhaps you were trying to select the edge of the split line. If you select the face then your sketch12 it should work. You don't have to select edges or sketches to make the loft work. It can be face to sketch or face to face. I figured, as Kevin pointed out that the loft was not able to close the end with the 3d ketch on a curved surface, so,, this came to mind.
How did you separate this area form larger area? Because in mine I cannot separate the area.
That means you want me to duplicate the process to make 3D Sketch on curved surface.
Please tell me what the reason 2nd projection is separating the area.
The two profiles have to be planar or as Dennis says a profile needs to be created from a Splitline, see here.
Your profile on the Anvil is in a 3D sketch on a curved surface.
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