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Extrude boss featured solidworks

When we create an extrude boss featured solidworks, we can determine the parameters for extrudes Boss with a lot of ways, To create an extrude feature: Create a sketch. Click one of the extrude tools: Extruded Boss/Base on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Boss/Base, Extrude Extruded Cut on the Features toolbar, or click Insert, Cut, Extrude Extruded Surface on the Surfaces toolbar, or click Insert, Surface, Extrude Set the PropertyManager options. To extrude in both directions from the sketch plane, set the PropertyManager options in Direction 1 and Direction 2. To extrude as a thin feature, set the PropertyManager options in Thin Feature. When you drag the manipulator to set the size, an Instant3D ruler appears so you can set precise values. Click .Blind. Extends the feature from the sketch plane for a specified distance. Through All. Extends the feature from the sketch plane through all existing geometry. Up To Next. Extends the feature fro…

Cut a solid body with a surface Solidworks

To cut a solid body with a surface or plane: In the sample picture above model body surface and there is no sketch line. The first one we will use the technique with the cut surface. The steps are as follows, 1. Extrude the sketch boss to pass through his body surface. 2. Click OK 3. Insert -> Cut -> with surface 4. Select the surface that the color yellow, determine the direction cut, and OK. Right-click on the surface of the body select Hide Body Edit the solid body: In the FeatureManager design tree, click the solid body and click Edit Part. The Edit command might vary depending on the feature you select. Click Cut With Surface on the Features toolbar, or click Insert > Cut > With Surface. In the PropertyManager, under Surface Cut Parameters, select the surface or plane to use to cut the solid bodies. Examine the preview. If necessary, click Flip cut to reverse the direction of the cut. The arrow points in the direction of the solid to di…

Create a tapered shape Solidworks Blind

I have tried to create a tapered shape Solidworks. We make a circle first in the top plane. Click on the origin (0,0), then drag the mouse to form a circle. The next step after getting out of the sketch, click Insert, choose extruded, choose boss / base In the configuration extrude Direction 1 Choose the Blind, to determine the distance extrude input range Diameter 40 angle 45derajad Draft outward Do not tick Click OK. Tapering...Taper preview Tapered and Perpendicular Draft Steps Tapered and Perpendicular Draft Steps...Tapered steps applied Example of Flex Tapering2 The taper zone is limited by the position of the trim planes...To adjust the taper, move the pointer over a trim plane edge to display the Helix/Spiral PropertyManager Creates a tapered helix. (Available only for constant pitch helixes.) Select Taper Helix Parts and Features > Features Flex Overview and Options Tapering follows the direction of the triad's blue Z-axis...The trim planes do not move when …

Solidworks tutorial Sketch smart dimension

To use sketch smart dimension is very easy. We dimension 2D or 3D sketch entities with the Smart Dimension tool. We can drag or delete a dimension while the Smart Dimension tool is active. Dimension types are determined by the sketch entities you select. For some types of dimensions (point-to-point, angular, circular), the location where you place the dimension also affects the type of dimension that is added Start program SolidWorks and begin open a new part. Select the Front Plane and sketching. Make a sketch of the line consisting of four rows and three dimensions. Make sure the lower left corner of the sketch is the origin. Click on the Arc Tangent in the PropertyManager. Click on the right end of the horizontal line above. Place the tip of the arc at the tip end of a horizontal line above. Press the button to end the command line. Set the dimensions for the bow that we just created Click on the Smart dimension in-Command Manager. Create a dimension for each line of 60, 30, 20 Cl…

Design surface extend process Solidworks

In creating a design surface extend process, to create a different surface extend bodies with bodies initially is the first way described below is prepared in advance which of the surface did extend the surface, With the menu extend surface, we can extend the surface by selecting the edge, some edge, or face. To make the surface extends: Click the Extended surface on the toolbar or click Insert Surface, surface, Extend.in this case I use the following surface. The second is to please you perform the Offset Surface please enter the offset of 0 mm from the surface beginning then you already have two different surface bodies. Third please do hide bodies, in this case please hide bodies which would be the main bodies by right-clicking and then hide. After the hide one bodies the next step is please make the process extend to the bodies that are still visible today. With the above process, then you already have a new bodies are already extend surface. The fourth is to please you show that …

Sweep surface Solidworks

To create a sweep surface: Create planes to sketch a sweep profile, sweep path, and if necessary, guide curves. Swept Surface To create a swept surface...Click Swept Surface (Surfaces toolbar) or Insert > Surface > Sweep Parts and Features > Features Sweep PropertyManager Sketch a profile and a path to follow, then click Swept Boss/Base (Features toolbar), Swept Cut (Features toolbar), or Swept Surface (Surfaces toolbar... Parts and Features > Features Creating a Sweep Swept Cut on the Features toolbar or Insert > Cut > Sweep...Swept Surface on the Surfaces toolbar or Insert > Surface > Sweep Parts and Features > Features Sweep profile sketch and the path we created in planes. we also can sketch the sweep path in planes model or use the model edge for the path. Profile sketch by sketch path preview sweep If we use a guide curve, making coincident or using guide curves and profiles. Click Swept Surface on the Surfaces toolbar, or click Insert, …