In an attempt to design a stent, I have trying to wrap a sketch that I have drawn arond a cylinder and I have been getting an eroor.
Amin, are you looking for something like in the attached picture. If yes then you need to use just one sketch (no pattern for easiness) and no intersection sketches/contour. Then using wrap scribe that on the surface, offset by some distance and do a circular surface pattern. Now knit those surfaces and thicken. Do a linear pattern and finally combine all the bodies.
Yes very similiar, but without the solid body, so like all the extruded surfaces would look like a wire mesh connected to each other, does that make sense?
Yes that can be done too.
yes like that, am i supposed to draw the entire sketch? I dont know how to do that...
Can you please show me the steps?
heres what I have so far...
Increase the surface extrude to 16mm. Trim the sketch to make it just one and then follow the attached video.
this is perfect, but when I make the circular pattern, they do not close perfectly always a little gap...is this a dimension problem?
and the knitting tells me there are no edges, I do have a small gap as a result of the bad circular pattern
Also, can this wire cylinder be exported separate from the actual solid?
Can you attach the file for checking the gap you getting.
Yes you can export it out in many ways but what is your final need.
Here it is,
the final need is just the wire mesh as a .part file, without the solid cylinder.
I figured it all out, looks really good.
Thanks a lot mr Deepak!
I used this instructional to create a nylon mesh wire covering- Thank You!
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