i had a .stl file. i use curve wizard to find curves.
after that i found the curves in 3d sketch, i used surface loft.
now i have a surface loft.
how can i have a solid part?thank u
Message was edited by: Saba Sabu
here is the file.
The easiest method for this would be to simply do a Extrude Loft. You can select each profile using the selection manager: accessed by right clicking in the profile box, and selecting Selection Manager. This allows you to select each profile with the closed region option. The only thing to watch out for is that the guide points can switch and you may need to move the green points from time to time. The last profile is also not complete and contains a hole so this also fails so will need editing before the loft will work. This is a little bit more straightforward than trying to use surface lofts and then knitting it into a solid.
Knit the surfaces with the "knit surface" command and mark the "try to form solid".
If not, can you upload the part or post a screenshot of it with the design tree next to it?
there is a file.i have problem to find the size of 2 fillets too.
If you are trying to make a solid out of one surface you can use the thicken command and then the surface will become a solid body.
Else if you are using multiple surfaces, you will need to knit and try to form solid as mentioned by Ingvar.
thank u so much.
it is useful.
good luck dear
If you open the STL file you get a solid body. Why are you importing curves?
See attached file. The stl file opens as a solid without any issues.
Retrieving data ...