Hello every one.
I have a part which I want to re-draw it in Solid works. But there are some curve I don't know how to make. May anyone help me, please.
This would probably be best done with the sheet metal tool as Steve Calvert says.
However, if you are intent on doing this the manual way.....see the attached video.
Sheet metal gusset.
If you are using sheet metal part then you can make use of gusset but you want to use in part design then try using more curves in between to get smooth curves by using loft features.
Hope this helps.
Micheal Johnson S
Use sheet metal.
But if you don't use sheet metal, let me let you in on a little secret. The Indent feature can make some amazing stuff with a little imagination, especially constant wall thickness stuff.
Thanks for the excellent idea.
Prior to having the "gusset" tool, this is how we'd make them in sheet metal.
Maha, you should ask Matt Lombard to write a book, he's got lots of ideas...
Steve Calvert Good idea. I used to use forming tools for forms across bends and gussets. It works like indent, but you have to model in all the inverted fillets. Indent hasn't been around all that long, in the scheme of things. It has saved me tens of hours on individual projects before when we got to the end and the customer wanted something different. Great for plastics.
If you attach an example file it will be more helpful.
The manual way is pretty in all but please use the tools SW has, it's so much easier.
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