I'm having a lot of problems with this one.
If extrude or sweep, I need a perfect copped fit between the solid and the curved face. What am I missing ? I haven't been able to find any instruction on this problem.
Frank if you really need to get the help, please do not create duplicate post and post in the first original post itself. No body would seek interest in replying similar things to similar posts.
The solution to your problem should be very simple in my opinion. And I would post that in the original post you had started.
Deepak, Since I'm new to SW (and I've repeated this repeatedly) (SW user for 4 months) I've got several different struggles going on because of it. .
In this post, the images are the same, my questions are different. And since I'm unable to figure out the problems as to why or how to open a zip file on my PC, only makes the problem worse. Suggested videos have not fixed that problem either.
"Simple solution to your problem " I'm sure it is. That goes with out saying I'd say. But I'm not having a simple time finding it.
If your aggravated by my postings, try to think about how aggravated I am with trying to figure out this "simple" solution by texting.
Deepak has a very valid point and is only coming from a helpful point of view. By creating another thread (post) you are no doubt going to get the same questions from other people asking for you to attach your files, then you end up back in the circle of your dilemma with 'zip' files.
We are all trying to help you here and we understand that you are frustrated, but if you stick with the one thread people can see the chain of events and it is far easier to follow the story and the processes tried and tested. Instead, you may end up with people giving you double information, different interpretations. It just makes life harder, especially for you.
You were so close with the last thread. And honestly, you are best to follow that through to it's end because with a little patience and research you will see that you are only a few clicks from your desired result. Since that thread, in essence, you have basically changed tact and now things needs to be explained in a slightly different manner which makes it harder for you, sort of like you've changed the storyline by changing how you wanted to tackle it.
Yes, there are many ways to skin a cat. Finished results were given to you on the last thread for you to review, along with explanations. Let's all go back to that thread, pick one line of attack, and knock this thing on the head so you can present it to your boss.
Once again, we are ALL just trying to help!
Could not recall what OS you've. If it is windows, then you can you can use the inbuilt tool for the zip files. So simply right click on that and select extract and pick the location where you want to extract the files.
I'm not aggravated by your posting but starting multiple posts is not going to help as anyone anwering would lost the track. So I was suggesting to keep it in same thread. Anyway check the video I've posted here: https://forum.solidworks.com/message/757208#comment-757208
If you're still unclear on both issues, I can do a remote session with you to clear the concerns. We can do that using Skype OR Team Viewer.
Use the examples that were given to you in the last thread about this. You can review the files people gave you step by step in the feature tree and see how they have achieved each result.
Is there some twist in the profile? If not, why not just extrude it from the side? As it stands, that part should be doable in 2 features. Unless there's a bit of twist, then maybe 3.
Maybe upload a file for us to play with?
If you look at Franks profile and then his content you will see that there are three or four previous posts on this.
This is the most recent previous post where several resolutions and/or suggestions were given. Adding a plane to a rounded surface
You will find his part file within that thread.
I see. plenty of good solutions, but hasn't found the right one yet. I'd make the handle with a weldment, would be more true to fabrication.
I don't have your part files here but the first thing I'd think about doing is re-ordering your sweep so that it intersect the main larger cylinder before some of it is cut away. That to me is the simplest method.
Sort of like this.
Frank did have a sweep that partially met that cylindrical edge (but also went partially through) but seems to have changed it a little now.
Changed how? Did I miss something?
BTW, great win for Daniel Ricciardo
Just changed as much as his sweep went into that arc before.
It was a great win! We couldn't believe it whilst watching. Loved seeing the two show ponies having a go at each other too. I use to respect Lewis a while back but I now think he's lost his way. Great driver but spoilt brat attitude........
That race was exciting from the first turn. I am just starting to get into F1 and after watching that race I'm hooked!!!
I've followed since my early teens, always loved it.......
Krzysztof W. Great job. It that suppose to be me ? Are you saying I'm lost ? LOL ! ! ! BIG LAUGH OVER HERE ! ! ! I need to learn that trick.
LO LOL !! ! ! !
Yep ! ! That's what I'm doin. Look n around for the answer L O L O L ! ! ! Your kill n me ! !
..suggest you not merge the handle and copy the cylinder face (0 offset) and replace face.. (image/file attached)
Jutst look at the screenshot. First thing is to select "Alling with end faces" and deselect "Merge result". This should give you desired result.
Second one is to do this as a thin feature instead of making another feature with shell operation. As you see on the screenshot i have selected "Thin feature" with some random parameters.
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