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Nice excersise i liked and learn something more of solidworks, thanks.
Thanks, I liked a lot
Thanks for all your comments! I appreciate it very much! 🙂
Id like to learn more from you and your products are amazing.Since they are much price i could not afford
Simple and easy to follow tutorial.
Jan you have just become a darling to me, so many things I knew nothing about but now I’m soon becoming a complete solidworks expert.
Thanks Jan! for your tutorial, i understand a lot
Simple and good!
Your Comments I think that was explained well. l had a different problem. I had a circle to a rectangle though a goose neck. As it made the turns it necked down on the sides. It is for the inside of a valve and the flow area must be constant. How can I control the area so the loft does not choke the flow?
HI James, I belive you would have found the way to loft a rectangule to circle with constant area without affecting the flow… If so please help with it. Thank you
Thanks a lot, really really useful
Thank you sir
very useful and easy tutorial
Guys please! Am extremely desperate! Does anyone know how to loft something that is hollow? I am trying to loft the OUTER shell of something without filling up the solid. I am trying to create a shell thickness on a wind turbine blade. Variable shell thickness to be precise. But OVERALL, how to do loft something that hollow?? Am coming close to my deadline, someone please reply! THANK YOU my email is: email@example.com
Hi Saeed, you need to use the Surface Loft feature instead of the Solid Loft feature to loft a surface.
Easy to understand and helpful ….Thank you
Thank you Jan
Your Efforts very useful
simple but very good
and thanks a lot for your effort
thank you very much sir! l like it.
plz dr solidworks i’M chadi leave in.lebanon i need books solidworks learn surface bottle , Galon etc plz dr
this is very helpful and fantastic web thankx
Its not that easy with an older version of SW but your demos, tutorials and enthusiasm is priceless.
it is really awesome…
Thanks Gopal, I am glad you like it 🙂
Thank You Sir, It is very useful to me. I expect more tutorials from You Sir.
Thank you very much jan
its realy amazing and interesting thank you
Long time no speak but still here.
Like one of your other followers mine is also an older SW, but still going.
Thanks for your continued enthusiasm for us “oldies” keep it going.!!!!!!!
You are very welcome Mike! 🙂 Cheers, Jan
Could you make a short tutorial like the other ones about the Boundary Boss / Base ? It’s the most complex Extruding feature right? I woud like to learn more about it, and I think others as well.
Furthermore, keep up the good work! You are really helping and kind of upgrading the SolidWorks community
Thanks Maziar! I already recorded a Boundary Boss / Base video but didn’t upload it yet. I will let you know when it’s online.
It is really cool!!
A comprehensive explanation that was easy to follow and informative. Thanks very much.
Thanks!! helped heaps!