I'm trying to make this type of filter bag. I'm having some trouble modeling the bag part. I was going for a type of boundary surface with a few guidelines to help, but it doesn't want to work.
Try creating your seam feature as a solid model at the desired distance like you did for the neck. Then convert the outer entities on both inside faces and use a lofted surface with normal-to or tangent relations.
What is the purpose of having this strip?
Hello Maha... at that time, they were just a idea or thought process and when I was finished I did not delete them. ..but, it looks like I used both edges so decided to keep them instead of going back and mirroring the parent sketch.. ?
,... if I had used them. that idea was lofting half and mirroring (image)
Thanks to everyone for your help. I'm trying to have this rendered in Visualize, so I now need to make the stitching/seams realistic.
The only thing I found that could remotely apply is this:
Solidworks tutorial | sketch Baseball in Solidworks - YouTube
I'm open to ideas if you have any suggestions.
I'd like to make one of the sides or the bottom to have an overlapping seam:
Is it a sleeve filter, for a cyclonic dust separator?
Ruben, yeah it could be. My boss just wants me to come up with something like that.
Give me some extra data and at my lunch time will make you a draft I think
To clarify things: I'm trying to make a filter bag which has seams closing off the end and on one side; not both sides like how my part looks right now. I
There are two types of seams I could use:
*Welded seams look like they are heat pressed together. Maybe this would be easier to do than the sewn seams which I have tried to do (See my part at bottom).
Here is what I have so far: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LYs5507Lunsuy3c958p6GY5HNDAiC5dM
Here is one snapshot....tomorrow I will send it to you, I started from scratch.
That looks nice Ruben. Here is what I've come up with so far...
Here is...modify as you need and add the sewed as your client need.
If you need any other assistance send me one Whatsapp text.
Ruben, thank you for your help, this is great! I've been experimenting around with different styles. I want to sweep this profile so that it merges nicely with these surfaces. How would you suggest I do this?
Gettin a little convoluted, but how's this work. See attachment.
See the images...it's textile sewed filter....
Yup.I know, but it just seemed like he was trying to get something that looks similar for a presentation or something. Just show-in him a way to merge the surfaces like he posted.
Our pal need somethings like this...
Hmmm I can't seem to see your images Ruben...
Here is what I came up with:
I came up with a clumsy way to get the seam just at the bottom.
You can see those creases in the main bag portion which I'd like to get rid of. Not sure how I should go about this though...I'd just like the "bag" portion to be without those "sharp" creases.
this is very cool Brian thanks. I like the way you used the surface offset and trimming.
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