As you can see this sketch is made by many single curves. Is it possible to make it one curve? Because to Linear Pattern the entire sketch, I have to select curves one by one. Will block work in this case?
It's pretty much anywhere the geometry has a choice of two different directions -
If you "follow" the horizontal line, when it gets to the arc, it can go to the left or the right.
If you "follow" the arc from the right side, when it gets to the end of the vertical construction line, it can continue to arc, or it can follow the horizontal line.
Maha Nadarasa wrote:Will block work in this case?
Maha Nadarasa wrote:
Will block work in this case?
Did you try using a Sketch Block?
What is your Reference information?
Are you attempting to follow a YouTube video?
I tried but it didn't work because I do not know whether my approach is correct or not. Because I am not familiar with using block. Just trying with different method to make this model.
Wrap feature error
You have not provided enough information.
What are you trying to achieve? Are you trying to make some feature from a single complicated sketch? Selecting line elements to do something is pretty easy, depending on what you are trying to achieve.
You could turn them into a "Composite Curve" - basically exit the sketch, and go Insert->Curve->Composite... and select the sketch.
Not sure if this is what you are after, but it is an option.
I got an error message when tried with Composite Curve because I assume this tool is for sketches in different plane. In my case this is only in one plane.
Maha Nadarasa wrote: I got an error message when tried with Composite Curve because I assume this tool is for sketches in different plane. In my case this is only in one plane.
Composite curve will work for a single plane sketch, there are a number of issues with your sketch - if you simplify the geometry, it will work.
Is there any way to identify the problem areas?
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