I have this part that has curve swept, not sure on how to approach this part. Wonder if someone could help me out or make a example for me thanks.
here's the file
The easiest way might be to just extrude straight up, and add a draft tot he feature all the way around.
You should be able to do it right in the extrude command. You might have to put a little extrude just UNDER the extruded draft to simulate the straight edge area of the extrude.
Your picture is very blurry - looks like an indentation..??
Curve Swept? All I see is an oblong extrusion that is drafted.
Without all of the information, I quickly did this with a lofted boss.
That makes sense I didn't even think about doing a loft thanks.
I was perplexed for a short second as to what I was looking at, but when I opened your file I gathered the radii were intended full.
I would use a simple full round fillet.
Fair warning...the full round fillet tool in Solidworks does NOT produce a full ROUND fillet. Sketch a circle on your part and see for yourself...if it isn't obvious enough just looking at it.
This is a longstanding SW bug/problem...
Full Round Fillet = Fubar Fillet?
What about a Boss Extrude with Draft added?
This would make it more simple.
You can also use a sweep
All answers here is correct. Just want to show another way to build your model using boundary feature - see att. file
Revolve, mirrored for opposite side...
There are countless ways to do it.
With the angles and reflections on those pictures (especially the first) this seems like one of those trick images.
Look at it one way it looks like the feature is sunk into the outer edges,
Look at it again and looks like the feature is projecting up.
I first thought it was sunken.
Exactly what I saw it the first time - The image really fools your eyes
Left and right side are in opposite - down and up respectively
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