is there a way experts of this soft ware can help me converting this to a 3 Dimensional form. (experts alone please)
Unless you have other views (top, front, sections, etc) we can only guess at the required '3D' shapes and locations of the inner parts.
this are the other views ....
What is the purpose of your project? Just curious....
personal research purpose......
Have you gone through the tutorials in SolidWorks under Help?
Do you have a handle on how to read the 3 view, 2D drawing to model the simpler parts in SolidWorks? Trying to understand your experience level reading and visualizing components from a 2D drawing.
Break the project down into it component parts. Model those, then bring into your assembly and mate. You have a lot of smaller parts of the internal structure that you can model. Start with the simpler parts. Then work your way out to the shell of the assembly.
That, will put me on a different path of my research........... making it too wide for me
i will do that after, and i will need like a guide
I'm guessing you haven't used Solidworks before? Start by going through the tutorials that are built in. They will show you how to create parts and join them together in assemblies.
if you can help please do, but don't divert someone's attention who is willing away from my initial request.
Yes, even your views are not aligned (Arc1.dwg). So, you better start modelling from scratch. You can copy paste from 2D into SWX sketch, but that would be a task in itself as there are no blocks created.
You say "Experts Alone" what does that mean.... There are many different people that are experts in different fields of design and your project has a lot of different expertise that would be needed, first mechanical, second surfacing, third electrical, forth mold making - I could do the mechanical design, surfacing is something that I could do, but not without some help, electrical and mold making - forget it...
This is how I would do it - Insert the 3 different views into SolidWorks - Top Front and Right - These views need to be placed that they all correspond with the SW origin. Then you need to extract each item using the sketches that you have, however, there is a lot to learn in doing this, and I can't agree more with the other comments, that you need to learn the basics, "You need to crawl before you can run"
Please don't feel offended but........ Asking people to do this for you won't help you and I don't think anyone will do this for you, however it is an interesting project and would like to see the final model.
I will also echo what Anna and the others mentioned, learn SolidWorks first..
Thanks for your insight, what i mean by expert(someone who is good using SW).
i will greatly appreciate it if you can do that.
First let me be loud and clear - "I will not do this project for you" - But we will suggest how it can be done..........
What is the SolidWorks version you have, if you have Student version, you can not open the files that I produce anyway...
Without meaning to offend...
I see this post as " I have been assigned a school project to do but because I haven't been taking an interest in my lessons up to now I have no idea what to do, please could someone do it for me so I pass my test."
Probably wrong though, just my view
Kate Sam wrote: is there a way experts of this soft ware can help me converting this to a 3 Dimensional form. (experts alone please)
Kate Sam wrote:
Yes, I am a Certified SolidWorks Professional (CSWP) and I can help you.
I have helped many do similar work.
Do you have an adequate budget for the project (it will cost many thousands of dollars) and take a significant amount of time?
What can I say - but - The best reply yet, lol
Returning from vacation, my thought is this.....
And then I get this email this morning
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