Another incredibly dumb question I'm sure.
Let's say I sketch a 3D pyramid using a single 3D sketch.
How do I convert this to a solid entity?
Use surfaces to create a face on all four sides, knit and use the option to create solid would be one way.
You can also use loft with top point and base using side lines as guides curves (if required)
You can create an extrusion using a 3D sketch you just need to give it a direction of pull or basically direct it in which plane you actually want the extrusion to go. See my attached screen shot.
Thanks for creating the sample part. It showed me how to correctly implement the feature.
I didn´t knew that we can do that, thank you
I learned a lot form the forum, it is my pleasure if I can help.
Forgive me for being idiot but please help me out to create a solid from the 3d sketch i attach. I am not familiar with surfaces.
Attached are the two files made using solid loft and surface loft. Pick the one method you need.
LOL I had mine done to upload but Deepak is too fast so you have it solved Nektarios, and there are no idiots here my friend all of us are learning all the time, that´s what forums are for. By the way Nektarios one of the lines of your sketches has a little line in excess, you have to be very careful to avoid them or eliminate them because they show as open sketches and create problems for u.
How could I finish then end of this pontoon I have tried the methods above with no luck
So, my situation is a little different. I'm trying to make a "pan" using a 3D sketch. And i just cant seam to get it to work. i have looked over everyone's attached files and nothing seams to work out. If some one could please please help me out.
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