This was produced from a heightmap (greyscale image) used to displace points on a single axis. A lot of polygonal modeling application have this ability, but then you would need to work out how you could use the mesh in SolidWorks. If you have Scan to 3D you might be able to do the conversion; however, there are some limitations in converting with sculptural or relief type sufaces, at least that is what I have heard from other users.
If the mesh could be converted to nurbs surface before bringing into SolidWorks that would be a better solution. This plugin may also work, https://www.studiozwaard.nl/project/image2solidworks/
ZSurf is a free app that can create a nurbs surface from greyscale images, however, I have found the results to be marginal.
WOW!! That's freaky when you scroll the page up & down with the mouse wheel
One option to try could be -
Multiple offset Planes
Intersection Curves (sketch menu) - select all the planes and faces of model
You then have a 3D sketch of curves.
Hope that helps
Is this what you're talking about?
See the attached video.
Thanks for reply ömür & Mik. It's very good. But I must add some discussion to my question. In this picture it seems a surface (like a textile) covers the model and curves created with projection sketch lines or intersection curves with planes. The main question is how create this surface and then create curves.
Excuse me if my first question didn't ask clearly.
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