..yep,.. it's possible..
hei Mas Dimo,
welcome to the forums
I believe members may need a
little bit more before they can help you
hopefully this will be insightful
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sorry for the delay in replying, I have difficulty in sketching a steel part , please help me .just for your info I am using solid version 2014
Great work Paul
you are amazing men, that exactly what I am looking for, may I have this file? I can not create the correct sketch.Thanks
Sketch the Profile and Path and then Sweep.
Attach your *.sldprt attempt here for further instruction.
Hi, I have difficulty to draw the sketch, you can find the photo (top) of object that I am trying to create
Attach your attempt here.
What textbook are you using to learn SolidWorks?
Has your instructor covered extraction of intersecting curves/surfaces to generate complex sweep paths?
Can you ask your instructor to join this discussion?
J. Mather wrote: Attach your attempt here.What textbook are you using to learn SolidWorks?Has your instructor covered extraction of intersecting curves/surfaces to generate complex sweep paths?Can you ask your instructor to join this discussion?
J. Mather wrote:
Have you ever gotten a positive response on the "Can you ask your instructor to join the discussion?"
Edit: Don't get me wrong....I love the question.
I routinely ask this same question on the Autodesk Inventor forums and have never had an instructor join this discussion and usually the OP states, "no, not possible" but never gives a logical reasoning.
As near as I can determine - there are very very few instructors in public education (at any level) who actually know how to model in SolidWorks or Inventor, or Creo, or..., let alone use these modern tools as the full-featured engineering tools that they have become (or were - they actually seem to be stagnating or even regressing).
I think that all of the major MCAD vendors have missed the boat on capturing the faculty at public institutions. A one-week VAR class is not enough to learn these programs. The company that first establishes a summer institute (a real boot-camp, not a 3-day or week long intro) for faculty will own the future of this market and drive the next evolution of engineering design.
Unfortunately, they seem to be going after the mass of least common denominator.
They need to read Bill Vaughn Koen's, A Discussion of the Method
I am self-trainer and using SolidWorks help, youtube video and this forum as a textbook to learn, please forgive me if sometimes asking a question
Mas Dimo wrote: Hi J.MatherI am self-trainer ... ... please forgive me if sometimes asking a question
Mas Dimo wrote:
I am self-trainer ... ... please forgive me if sometimes asking a question
You need to attach the *.sldprt files of your attempts so that others interested in offering help can gauge the best way to structure that help.
You need a profile, a path, and a guide curve. The profile needs to have pierced relationship with the path and the guide curve.
Thanks, Shaodun , but I can not open the file, I am using ver.2014, do yo have any solution?
Mas,.. my I suggestion is you post a file showing your progress?
i can not open this file
Oh Boy !!!!
If you go here
FAQ - Part 2
and read #32
Retrieving data ...