This is a given tutorial. Dimensions are not given. To get a desired shape, is there any tool to drag and change the shape?
Do you have a link to this tutorial?
Why did you use all those workplanes and sketches for a Loft rather than do a single sketch and Revolve?
Short answer is no, you'll need to sketch out all your curves etc to get the shape you want through a multitude of surfacing features.
The expensive answer is yes, but it's an add-in Power Surfacing for SOLIDWORKS - YouTube
You could try the Freeform tool & see if it's what you are looking for.
I don’t know what you mean by “link to this tutorial”. Given tutorial is attached. I was told to use loft. Your suggestion seem an easy task, I will try that. I assume that this sketch needs only spline.
I got desired shape.
Maha Nadarasa wrote:This is a given tutorial.
Maha Nadarasa wrote:
This is a given tutorial.
Where is the tutorial?
A tutorial explains the steps of how to accomplish a task.
An image is not a tutorial.
Why are the dimensions that you chose to use so tiny?
Has your instructor covered the Freeform surface tool?
This is what was given in the class. Demonstration of this work will probably come on next class.
Ah, OK, so let's reformulate the problem description.
Problem: I have been given this image by my instructor as the next lab that we will do. We have not received any instruction yet on how to complete the assignment - but I am very eager to get a head start on the assignment. To get a desired shape, is there any tool to drag and change the shape?
There was probably too much effort put into this model as a Loft compared to your model.
Do your design as a revolved sub-divided surface body and use the Freeform tool (setting symmetry) to start dragging and see what you get.
I have doubt about this type of things, because these type of things need great skill and imagination like an artist.
I was told surface modeling would come on forthcoming classes.
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