I would like to create in a assembly a 3d line(drawing) but when I finish my line , I dont have the option to adding thickness of my line
Where is it?
thats is on a simple piece not a assembly
You won't have that feature creation at the assy level. Insert a part into the assembly and then create the 3D sketch there.
so if I would like to create a fold with my 3d line its not possible? only on part not assembly?
So, I'm on SW2015 but that doesn't mean something has been added to later versions of SW. Look under Assembly Features in your assembly and see if you can at your version.
Do you not want another component (even if it can be made to be virtual) at the top level?
Insert Part New
As others have said, you can only remove material with Assembly features, not add it. To do what you want you'll either need to create a new Part, or edit an existing one. Number 33 at FAQ - Part 2 may be of some help with using the existing sketch if you want.
its dont work when I create a new part and add some material , I create 2 plan with different angle for my slide but its not work when I want some fold or adding ,
Exporting your 3D sketch to the part file might be the way to go: https://forum.solidworks.com/thread/55898
Hope that helps
Marie-Ève Morin wrote: its dont work when I create a new part and add some material , I create 2 plan with different angle for my slide but its not work when I want some fold or adding ,help please
Marie-Ève Morin wrote:
Open that part file in a window by itself. It looks to me is though you have two different surfaces and perhaps you're trying to do normal extrude to get a solid body. Can you make 2 planar surfaces, knit them together and then thicken it?
I dont understand what I need to correct my possition for not kick the wall when I slide on my plane
I need the more angle possible into my to angle for more faster, but I kick the wall or dont have angle
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