Trying to create a simple open loft and get error cant knit surfaces together. Any advice on how to overcome this so I get an open nonsolid surface.
Are you mistakenly using the insert>Loft command vs. the insert>surface>Loft command?
Here is file thanks for looking at it for me.
If you want to create a solid feature you need to check the Thin Feature and then specify a thickness. If you want a surface, you need the loft under the surface commands.
You need at least two joint surface to try knit.
Thanks Mark that is the problem coming from Rhino in which the LOFT command can be used to create Solids or Shells missed that difference in Solidworks.
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