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This model shows how to use split line curves. It also has newer SOLIDWORKS functionality using circular profile sweeps. The circular profile sweep eliminates the need for an additional sketch with a circle on it to create the sweep. There is an example of 3D sketch and different display states. The features used in the bowling pin include: revolves, sweeps, split line curves, extrude surfaces and a circular pattern. The model includes three different configurations and has some display states to toggle the colors of the crown or neck bands. Download this file to learn about split line curves and display states and also to learn about bowling pin construction.
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Yes
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64
Added on
13 Jun, 2017
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This model demonstrates the use of a time saving technique called a Smart Component. A Smart Component allows you to associate or "package together" other necessary components and features when placing a part in an assembly. The associated parts and features will be automatically placed along with the smart component by selecting a few reference faces. This particular example is used to quickly place a motor frame with the associated mounting holes and hardware.This model also has mate reference included which is another way to become more efficient when assembly modeling. It will automatically add one or more mates without having to select multiple mate entities and the type of mate. A Design Table is used to create four sample configurations that can be easily modified to add more frame sizes.
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Yes
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160
Added on
9 Dec, 2016
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This model is a icosahedron which is a polyhedron with twenty faces. The twenty triangular faces have five faces meeting at each vertex. Construction Surfaces(Golden Rectangles) are used to start the model. These rectangles are used to create the individual triangular faces that are mirrored several times and then the model is turned into a solid using the "Knit Surface" command. There is a custom font used to create the number cutouts. There are examples of planar and lofted surfaces and derived sketches.
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No
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70
Added on
9 Dec, 2016
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This festive assembly has easy to understand component patterning and mirroring. It has examples of linear, circular and curve-driven patterns. One part has a fill pattern. Assembly level cuts using "Feature Scope” are used to control which components are cut.Part features among the different components include several revolves and combines and a few sweeps and domes. The Lollipop use a pattern of extruded surfaces to split it into several different bodies for cosmetic purposes. The graham cracker component has four different configurations used in the assembly. Download this file to learn more about assembly level patterning and mirroring.
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No
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85
Added on
5 Dec, 2016
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This model shows some basic sheet metal features along with some standard solid features. Sheet metal features are used so that the part can be flattened out to create a flat pattern. This model goes over some of the nuances of working with cardboard versus sheet metal. The features used in the box part include: extrude, base flange/tabs, edge flange, combine, mirror, split, move/copy body and delete face. There are multiple examples of sketched bends and unfolds. Also included is an example of a "sketch picture" to help you plan your work and work your plan. Download this file to learn about reverse engineering geometry using a sketch picture and how to create a flat pattern.
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Yes
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475
Added on
14 Nov, 2016
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This multi-body part with six solids shows how to create a simple turning mechanism with a bowl and drain basket. This model is mainly created with extrusions and revolves with some hybrid modeling included. Surface geometry is used to create some of the geometry and is used to cut solid geometry where it sped up the design process. There is an example of a surface extrusion using "Direction of Extrusion" to angle the geometry. There is an Indent feature that is used on a surface body. Other examples of surface modeling including: cut with surface, extrude surface, offset surfaces, planar surface, surface knit and thicken. Solid features include: extrudes, revolves, revolved cuts, thins, mirror, delete face, split lines curves and move face. The insert bend features is used to flatten a curved surface to help set up one of the patterns. Also included in the model is an example of a circular pattern of a linear pattern. Another circular pattern uses a different techniques implementing the combine command with the subtract option. There are also several examples of the delete face feature. Also included in this model is the rarely used fill pattern. Download this part to learn more about Hybrid Modeling and how mirror and pattern geometry.
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No
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94
Added on
27 Oct, 2016
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This practical, familiar model shows various techniques on geometry creation. Multi-body part design creates two solids representing the cylinder and piston of this epoxy syringe. This model is mainly created with extrusion but some hybrid modeling is shown. Surface geometry is used to cut internal geometry of a solid model body where a shell feature would not work.There are examples of surface modeling including: cut with surface, filled surface, extend surface, offset surfaces, surface trim and surface knit. There is an example of creating a Rib using the "Parallel to Sketch" option. Solid features include: extrudes, revolves, combines, mirror, delete face, split lines curves and the split command. There are examples of circular and linear patterns and mirrored geometry. Download this part to learn more about Hybrid Modeling and how mirror and pattern Rib geometry.
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No
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99
Added on
20 Oct, 2016
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This model shows a few of the mold tool features available in SOLIDWORKS. In this case the waffle iron is made from reversing the waffle geometry. The multi-body part has some simple sheet metal features along with standard features. There are also a few examples of hybrid modeling using solid and surface features to create some of the geometry. The features used in the waffle iron part include: revolves, sweeps, lofts, boundary surfaces, trim surface, filled surface, offset surface, knit surface, planar surface, edge flange, combine, mirror, projected curve and one delete face. Also included in the model is an example of a circular pattern of a linear pattern. A projected curve is used to create 3D geometry from two 2D sketches. The part does includes two of the automated mold features including: parting line, and tooling split. Download this file to see examples of a wide variety of features and to learn about reverse engineering geometry using mold features.
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No
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66
Added on
13 Oct, 2016
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This assembly has just three unique parts but it does provide a practical example of a chain component pattern. This chain component pattern functionality was introduced in SOLIDWORKS last year. There are three assembly configurations showing different catenary curves dependent on pulley location. The catenary curve is created using a lofted surface from one of the parts to create the "U" shape. Pulleys can be moved to see the chain update accordingly. There is an example of an intersection curve and a fit spline. Other features included in the parts include: sweep, revolve, planar surface, offset surface, and a surface loft. There are also examples of equation driven curves to create the surface loft sections. Download this assembly file to learn more about equation driven curves and also how to create a chain component pattern in an assembly.
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Yes
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520
Added on
12 Oct, 2016
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This assembly has just four unique parts but it does provide a practical example of a chain component pattern. This chain component pattern functionality was introduced in SOLIDWORKS last year. There are few surface features used to create the grip on the tray. Other features included in the parts include: revolve, offset surface, trim surface, extend surface, surface thicken, a thin extruded cut and a mid plane revolved cut. There are some examples of converted and offset sketch entities. Download this file to get a short introduction to surfacing and also how to create a chain component pattern in an assembly.
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Yes
Downloads
55
Added on
27 Sep, 2016

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