Anyone one have any idea... how to model it in solidworks.
i tried loft , circular pattern & curve driven pattern but its not worked... due to depression on surface... so let me know any new method available.
thank u in advance.
Mohit... I'd first make a simple cylinder/pattern in solids and copy the surface and flex/deform the sides and thicken... (image/example attached)
I like a challenge
There's a technique I use with part configurations in an assembly that is quite good for tricky patterns and I thought I'd see how I got on.
The result is not quite as good as I hoped but it's interesting. It was a lot of fun anyway.
When you look close there are a few nasty bits
but I think with more care, this could definitely be improved.
It's not the most efficient way, the full file size is getting on for 0.5GB, but that's mostly saved data from the 400 configurations used to make the cuts.
To attach the files here I have rolled back the feature tree and purged all the cached data, the zip file is now a more reasonable 17.6 MB but you will have to rebuild it - I've checked the zip file, it rebuilds ok, but takes a good 10 minutes for me.
All the best, if you take a look, be sure to check out the 2 design tables.
...what kind of mad science is this!?
Maybe Rob is working on an upgrade for the LHC
Rob Edwards won't baffle you with BS - but he will baffle you with brilliance
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