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you're right, I can not find anything in the help with specifies this? If I can't, I thought I'd fill the area with filler after the part is machined and hand blend. Yükleniyor... helix as guide curve - tangency weirdness 10. http://0pacity.com/failed-to/module-disk-power-on-failed-failed-to-start-the-virtual-machine.html

it's related to cases where the initial "profile" picking order or how/where you pick the profile makes the gc order dependent? Eli Chmouni 67.824 görüntüleme 19:19 Surfaces offset and reconnect - Süre: 11:06. one of those consistency things or the loft feature becomes corrupt?) Yep, a very strange interface sometimes and I believe it is due to all the different algorithms which the loft Each CAD and any associated text, image or data is in no way sponsored by or affiliated with any company, organization or real-world item, product, or good it may purport to

for instance,.. the examples are not the same, and it does not show how gc order changes the look of the face. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: problem with lofting complex part Abe Gaskins Nov 17, 2011 3:26 PM (in response to John Summers) Yes, I've tried that and it is not There are multiple ways of accomplishing this- I think Jerry's method would work work well also.

Put each guide curve in its own individual sketch. Customer: Email: Your Feedback: Note: Comments entered here won't receive a personal email response. . It takes more significant setup efforts to obtain a good result, but using this workflow will help get that better result more quickly. Anyone who's "been there" knows how much longer it takes to pass knowledge on than it does to acquire and apply it.

I had a very difficult time creating that 3d sketch and I can not duplicate it for whatever reason. The loft broke, giving me the above error message. Copyright © 2016 WTWH Media, LLC. When I attempt to execute > the loft it tells me it is "unable to reorder the guide curves" > I have had this problem with a few small parts before

What I found is that if I rolled back to the last guide curve, in the feature, the feature would temporarily "unabsorb" and let me add another guide (which I had On the server and laptop,m I have opened up ports 80,... How to create sinusoidal guide curve? 11. When I try to loft from the spline-on-a-surface to the other spline, I get an error.

You can change this preference below. Ryan Olson 13.768 görüntüleme 8:21 Daha fazla öneri yükleniyor... Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: problem with lofting complex part Troy Peterson Nov 17, 2011 2:52 PM (in response to Abe Gaskins) First you need to create a composite curve Andrew Troup wrote: Quoted Text Here Bookmark Print Add pictures here ✖ <% if( /^image/.test(type) ){ %> <% } %> <%-name%> Add image file Upload Bold Italic Underline Upload Image

This method also works well for shelling complex parts.The move face is a powerful tool used to modify existing faces of solids by moving one or more faces of a solid. http://0pacity.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-a-secure-terminal-session-key-exchange-failed.html Guide curves can intersect at points. Finally, the part has to be shelled to the inside 0.100. Hope this helps you too.

Add a Curve Through Reference Points as a guide curve, selecting corresponding vertices of the profiles to create the curve. Had to update the BOM. Basically, when selecting profiles for your loft, you pick on a end or location where the initial (or imaginary if a gc is not used) gc would pass/flow through the sections. http://0pacity.com/failed-to/failed-to-construct-databasecontext-object-connection-to-database-failed.html PDM Windows Firewall Issue 12-27-2016, 01:35 PM Glad I could help.

Bu videoyu bir oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: problem with lofting complex part Abe Gaskins Nov 21, 2011 12:24 PM (in response to Troy Peterson) surface loft Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: Click OK to accept the loft and compare the below final results with the first picture: The results after using guide curves to improve loft curvature flow to match the mesh

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Make parameter read part dimensions 12-22-2016, 10:33 PM Wait a minute! i do not understand the sentence: "dimension your guide curves so that the distance from the center axis is identical at the start or end of the path" i have put To start this tutorial, the file has reverted to not containing any lofted body in order to simplify the editing process. Build a surface as shown in Troy's preview.

Here is the Fit to Spline tool setup for Sketch1 (Mesh): Edit each profile sketch and use the Fit to Spline tool to replace the sketch segments in each sketch, leaving To report problems encountered with the Web help interface and search, contact your local support representative. http://zxys.com/profilegcs.jpg This whole exercise (although appreciated) reinforces the problems SW Corp has with lofts. .. (so much fun) Andrew Troup wrote: Quoted Text Here Bookmark Print Add pictures here ✖ http://0pacity.com/failed-to/installation-failed-reason-load-on-module-failed-no-memory.html and I thought I experimented enough with profiles and gc's??? (this is a bad dream) What this all reaffirms and is telling me are lofts in SW are totally inconsistent.

Having spent the last couple of weeks working with lofts and sweeps, I'm beginning to understand the frustration you've been expressing! in »Solidworks CAD Design software Propeller design in »Solidworks CAD Design software SolidWorks 2007 Beta4 in »Solidworks CAD Design software Solidworks Prob, loft in »Solidworks CAD Design software Sendmail error while sending 5. Main_Wing_10-16-11_inboard_mold.zip 1.9 MB Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions Re: problem with lofting complex part Jerry Steiger Nov 17, 2011 4:36 PM (in response to Abe Gaskins) Abe,Like John, I don't have

It works well for modifying parts without using sketches and extrusions. Paul Salvador wrote: Quoted Text Here Bookmark Print Add pictures here ✖ <% if( /^image/.test(type) ){ %> <% } %> <%-name%> Add image file Upload Bold Italic Underline Upload Image