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I LOVE YOUR WORK AND WANT TO LEARN ALL UR WORK
One question, where you gave the wall thickness of the tube? I saw the way you did, otherwise this very good tutorial.
The wall thickness is found in the “Thin Feature” part of the property manager.
So this example is set to 1mm.
sir i am very much thankful to u for ur tutorial but i expect more excerise from u so that we will be friendly with solid works
Thank you. Officer to raise their demands
how to make seat frame using sweep feature
as much use of the line
Hi Bani, for an advanced SolidWorks tutorial about Sweep frames I recommend you the LearnSolidWorks Chopper Tutorial. In this tutorial I’ll show you exactly hoe to model a Choper frame in SolidWorks. Jan-Willem
thank you so much and i wish for you successful life.
thank you Mr.jan you make good
I am doing an in exercise in swept boss/base 3d sketch . Aftre creating profile and path I am ready to swept. but the swept boss/base in the command manager is inactive …? I am really stuck. Any one can help to solve this issue /
The most important thing during a Sweep is the connection between the 2D Profile and the 3D curve. They have to be connected to eachother in order to make the Sweep feature work.
Are you sure this is the case? If you still keep getting this problem send me an email and I will take a look at it.
very helpful !!!!thanku very much
how it will be if we will change the profile on asymetric shape, how it will looks the tutorial when we would like to close the path with solid asymetric profile???
and Thank a lot for your effort to study solid work to people
i got a issue here with the sweep, and it’s the Thickness. Im not allowd to mark the thickness because there’s no “thin feature” there, like by you, but im working in SW14. Do you know why?
I dont get it… best regards
Hi Diogo, make sure you use a Solid Sweep instead of a Surface Sweep. This should work 🙂
Thanks a lot. Please show me how to make a dent on surface. Dent of varying depths.
thank you for your helpful tutorial
Do you think this is a good time to upgrade to SW 2016 pro? I’m little nervous due to forum posts about bugs and crashes, have seen this with previous initial releases, don’t have time to deal with those things.
Hi Carl, thanks for your message. I didn’t hear any bad stories about SW2016 so far but I recommend you to contact your SW reseller about this. When you also considering to switch to Windows 10 it can be helpfull to upgrade to SW 2016 since Windows 10 only supports SOLIDWORKS 2015 SP5 and SOLIDWORKS 2016. Happy holidays! Jan
I’d just like to say that I run SW2014 x64 on Win10 Pro with no problems at all.
If the new swept cut functionality allows threaded features to be added to the surfaces of existing swept features rather than just right cylinders it will allow the creation of geometry that’s been, to my knowledge, impossible to create easily in Solidworks until now. Examples include bent threaded rods, twisted pairs of wires along curved paths etc. Otherwise it’s just providing a 3rd option to create the same helical cut geometry as the threading function and the sweep along a helix for no obvious reason.
Thanks for the Tutorial!
I have a quesiton, how would you draw this part if you wanted the diameter of the tubing to vary as you sweep across the path? For example if you wanted the diameter at one end to be half of that at the other end.