I try to replicate the work in the video. But error message pop-ups.
SOLIDWORKS Boundary Feature - YouTube
Time around 4.20
I noticed that if I drag the end of the spline (used for the trim) up just a tad and blunt the sharp point a bit there are no problems.
The default (currently) shows "Align With Other Geometry"... well, unfortunately, the curvature is too much for this option and it folding into itself... although, it will work with other options or combinations of the others. (image attached)
btw,.. if you look at your Loft1 (before the trim and after).. and turn on Curvature Analysis.. that area/edge in Red... is not good.
Yes, you got it! (image attached).. moving away from the "red" gives you a good/workable result.
As far I know ISO means International Standardization Organization.
What is iso means here?
Maha,.. I'll try to describe/define it as best I can..
"isoparm" or "iso parameter curve" or "equal parameter curve" are the underlying network of curves (mesh) which define the nurbs (mesh) surface.
..choosing one of the other boundary options gives your a set of constraints or conditions to define/influence how the surface flows or patches.
...understanding the flowing of the underlying meshes can better help with your choices (well, it depends, but most times or sometimes?).
.. there are a couple of ways to view the isoparm or meshes, (Tools, Sketch Tools, Face Curves) and (View, Display, Surface Curvature Combs)
...here's some reading material on nurbs..
Modeling with nurbs - TOI-Pedia
Thanks for the help.
"Align With Other Geometry"
What does "other geometry" mean?
Thanks for the explanation.
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