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copy surface to new part

Question asked by Nils Funk on Jun 18, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 19, 2015 by Nils Funk

Hello Solidworks community,

 

first of all excuse my English. I could find a answer or threat for my problem so I'm hoping to find some help here.

 

I bulit a longboard with the surface tool in Solidworks 2014.

 

Longboard - Render - gebogen - 2.JPG

 

I finished the wooden deck so far, but I want to build an infographic of the entire deck. Therefor I want an explosion view of the wood, griptape on the top and fiberglas on the bottom.

 

I want to copy the surface on the top in a new part give it a 1mm thickness to build the griptape and do the same with the bottom and the sides for the fiberglas, but I cant figure out how to do this.

 

So far I tried:

 

1. Surface Offset --> Thickness (1mm) --> Give it another appearance

 

The problem with this is, that I still have just one part and when I tried to render it the picture complety freaked out.

 

 

2. Save Part under a new name --> Surface Offset --> Thickness (1mm) --> delete the wooden part

 

Then i get the problem that all the reference are gone

 

 

Is there any way that insert just the surface information from one part to another?

 

Thanks!

Best

Nils

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