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Understand the difference between starting a sketch on a plane or planar face. Create the first 2D sketch profile on a reference plane. Create additional 2D sketch profiles on planar model faces of the part.
Use sketch relations and dimensions to fully define a sketch. Understand the status of a sketch, either under defined, fully defined, or over defined. Evaluate a sketch to determine why it is under defined.
Use automatic sketch relations to capture design intent as you sketch a profile. Identify the icons that appear on the cursor to signify automatic sketch relations. Create a sketch profile and add automatic sketch relations as you sketch.
Use sketch relations to fully define a sketch and capture design intent. Learn about automatic sketch relations and sketch relations that you add manually. Add relations between two lines to understand common sketch relations. Add relations between circles and arcs to observe additional sketch relations.
Create circles and arcs as entities in a sketch. Learn about the variety of tools you can use to create circles and arc. Understand when you might choose the different circle and arc tools based on points in the center or along the perimeter of the circle or arc.
Create circles and arcs as entities in a sketch. Learn about the variety of tools you can use to create circles and arc. Understand when you might choose the different circle and arc tools based on points in the center or along the perimeter of the circle or arc.
Create lines and centerlines as entities in a sketch. Understand the options for creating lines in a sketch. Draw lines that are vertical, horizontal, or at a specified angle. Use centerlines for relations and dimensions to facilitate the creation of model geometry.
Create rectangles as entities in a sketch. Learn about the variety of tools you can use to create rectangles. Understand when you might choose the different rectangle tools based on the center and corners of the rectangle.
Bend a sheet metal part by using a line sketched on a flat portion of the sheet metal body. Bend a sheet metal part in two locations using separate sketches. Sketch bend lines.
Create sketch geometry by tracing pictures in the sketch. Insert, move, rotate, and scale sketch pictures. Sketch splines and arcs on top of the sketch picture. Mirror the sketch geometry about a centerline.
Discover how to create simple freeform, sub divisional shapes using SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design. Create and place free form sub divisional surface shapes into the graphics area. Edit the size and basic dimensions of the free form shape.
This module shows some of the basics associated with creating simple freeform shapes. Start with a predetermined shape and edit the shape during and after placement. Create 2D primitives based off of sketches and predetermined shapes. Use sketches to make 3D primates using the revolve command.
Learn how Concept Sketching in SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design can be used to sketch directly onto a curved surface. Sketch directly onto a curved surface. Use the curved sketch to extrude or cut. Edit the original surface and watch the surface sketch and features update.
This module shows some of the Concept Sketch tools available in SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design. Draw up designs with the fluidity of pencil and paper sketches. Edit Concept Sketch geometry using erase and delete functionality. Convert concept sketches to useable sketch geometry with the Convert tool. Merge sketch entities together using the blend tool.
This module covers CV splines which allow for continuous curvature and are ideal for smooth and robust curves. Make use of CV Splines in SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design. Create splines using polygon constraints and curvature constraints.
This module shows how sketching works in 2D and 3D as well as how to use inference lines and the triad. Create planes and 2D sketches. See how parent child relations work in the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform. Use triads to manipulate sketch geometry. Add constraints to control sketch entities.
Learn how to create 2D mechanisms using the Sketch Mechanism app. Create simple 2D shapes and connect them to form mechanisms. Apply linear and angular motors to test range of motion.
This module gives an overview of how SOLIDWORKS Industrial Design can be used in the conceptual phase of a design process. Create free form models from concept sketches. See how concept photographs can be used as the basis of a model.