I've got some lines which are on different planes. I need to sweep them to make whole detail but i can't do that, because they are on different planes and are different sketches. I can't fillet them either. Please help. I'm new to Solidworks
Welcome to the forum. For a Sweep you need a single sketch for the profile, which you have, but you also need a single sketch for the sweep path, which you don't have (I think). There are so many sketches there that I'm not sure what's going on.
You mentioned not being able to fillet lines. That's because your intersecting lines don't belong to the same sketch, and you can only add fillets to lines in the same sketch. I started a new sketch on Plane 4, used the Convert Entities tool on the existing lines, and then put a 3mm fillet on the corners. I was able to Sweep this sketch using your existing sketch for the Path. But I'm not even sure that's what you want.
You have created 21 features to achieve what effectively is a 3D skeleton plus a profile.
Ideally you would only need a 3D sketch, a plane and a profile and then- swept boss. To add to Glenn's suggestion it could be like that:
Creating a 3D sketch could be challenging at first. you could create minimum number of 2D sketches first to use as a base. Then in the 3D sketch use relations: coincident, along X, Y, Z, parallel... and then dimensions.
However, before all that I would suggest to look at how you created the sketches. They need to:
- have minimum segments
- discover all the relations first (symmetric, vertical, midpoint etc.) then dimension
- be fully defined
looking at your sketch3 for example- this is how I would do it
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