Tuesday, 26 May 2020
SOLID WORKS

How to use 3d model tools in solid work

3D model tools add the thickness values to designed 2D sketches. For addition of thickness values several tools are available in solid work design software. They are given below

  1. Extruded boss/base
  2. Revolved boss/base
  3. Extruded cut
  4. Revolved cut
  5. Hole wizard
  6. Swept boss/base
  7. Lofted boss/base
  8. Boundary boss/base
  9. Swept cut
  10. Lofted cut
  11. Boundary cut
  12. Fillet
  13. Chamfer
  14. Mirror
  15. Linear pattern
  16. Circular pattern
  17. Rib
  18. Draft
  19. Shell
  20. Wrap
  21. Intersect

Procedure for part design using 3 d modeling tools in solid work

  1. Extruded boss/base

Adding thickness to 2D sketches and shapes like rectangular boxes (cuboid), cubes, cylinder etc can formed.

  • Draw 2 D sketch.
  • Click on features.
  • Choose extruded boss/base.
  • Set thickness value and direction.
  • Click ok.

2. Extruded cut

Removing thickness to 2D sketches and shapes like rectangular boxes (cuboid), cubes, cylinder etc on.

Extrude and Extrude cut

  • Draw 2 D sketch on extruded part.
  • Click on features.
  • Choose extruded cut.
  • Set thickness value and direction.
  • Click ok.

3. Revolved boss

To generate the critical cylindrical parts based on half sectional view of that part.

  • Draw 2 D sketch which is half sectional part and center axis.
  • Click on features.
  • Choose revolved boss.
  • Select sketch and center axis
  • Set circular angle for reference of cylindrical parts.
  • Click ok.

4. Revolved cut

To remove the critical cylindrical parts based on half sectional view of that part.

Revolved and Revolved cut

  • Draw 2 D sketch which is half sectional part and center axis.
  • Click on features.
  • Choose revolved boss.
  • Select sketch and center axis
  • Set circular angle for reference of cylindrical parts.
  • Click ok.

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