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This two part assembly of a wall cabinet is made up of the wall cabinet and the cabinet doors. The wall cabinet part uses a Multi-Contour Sketch to create the first three vertical extrusions. Since the doors are very dependent on the wall cabinet part dimensions, a sketch was made at the assembly level using relations from the wall cabinet part to create the doors. Four Mates and a Mirror Component complete the model.
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No
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172
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This deceptively simple looking chip clip makes use of several features used in innovative ways to quickly create the part’s geometry. A setback fillet easily creates the rounded front corner of the clip; body split is used to create a parting line; surface fill is used to repair several bad faces allowing the draft feature to work. Finally, the upper and lower clips are managed with two configurations within the same part.The assembly also features a torsion spring that appears to “update” in real time as the chip clip is open and closed.
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Yes
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115
Added on
16 Mar, 2016
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This two-bay compost bin shows how to create a library of custom weldment profiles so the SOLIDWORKS weldment environment can be used to quickly design a wood structure.
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No
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81
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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In this part we chose to do a surface cut instead of sweeping a solid cut in case we need to make adjustments after a design review. The cut with surface is very flexible, and it allows stable changes. A swept cut would limit the scope of changes to swept shapes only.
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No
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67
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This wire kitchen whisk demonstrates insert molding of the wire whisks and hook into the interior handle shafts. Also, the wire whisk body is patterned in a circle and move/copied to the correct height offset.
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No
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72
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This lounge chair base features advanced surfacing techniques used to model shapes that cannot be created accurately with solid features and the fillet tool. Surface features will be used to blend the foot into the leg and to create the complicated Y blends between the legs and central cylinder.
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No
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64
Added on
12 Jan, 2016
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This cooking utensil is an example of multi-body part using multiple sweeps to create the wire loops. A 3D sketch is used to create the eight sweep loops in one sketch. The 3D sketch uses multiple reference Planes to make it easier to create the necessary geometry. The features used to create this geometry include multiple sweeps, two extrusions and a revolved boss. Download this part below to learn how to create multiple sweeps using only one profile and path sketch.
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Yes
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67
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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This SW 2013 multibody part starts with an envelope extruded feature. “Up to vertex” was used to to create this feature. With the defining sketches determined, it’s often useful to establish an envelope to work with, giving surfaces to extrude to and from.Note that this feature can’t be supressed once it has children. Hide the envelope body and Uncheck “Include hidden bodies/components” when checking Mass Properties to avoid volume, mass and volume properties inaccuracies.
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No
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200
Added on
15 Mar, 2016
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In this part a chamfer on the handle washes out, fades to nothing. This model will show you how to handle those sharp edge fade outs, seamlessly. It also illustrates how to patch bad geometry created from the thicken.
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No
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658
Added on
14 Mar, 2016
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The paper-fiber “To-Go” box is modeled in the open position in which it would be formed. To validate the design, a flex feature is used to close the box along its hinge.
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Yes
Downloads
103
Added on
14 Mar, 2016

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