Create Revolved Boss Bases Solidworks

Monday, February 8, 2016

SolidWorks modeling makes it very easy and most renowned companies from various sectors (Automotive, Aerospace, Construction, manufacturing, etc.) to use as the primary modeling tool. SolidWorks is a tutorial that shows how to use SoildWorks Revolved Boss / Base features with examples of the steps in the form of images. Revolve Boss / Base is one of the main features such as Extrude boss / base, which helps to add material by means of revolving. This function helps to create a symmetrical spherical model, the only thing is that the first half of a symmetrical sketch you want to spin and also draw the axis. Exit the sketch and click on the tab feature and select Revolve Boss / Base. Specify axis and the part that will rotate and click the OK button. New -> Select plane and sketch -> half pictures and specify the dimensions of symmetrical parts -> Exit sketch -> Click on Features -> Revolve Boss / Base -> Define axes and other settings as your requirement -> Ok. To create a revolve feature, use the following guidelines: The sketch for a solid revolved feature can contain multiple intersecting profiles . With the Selected Contours pointer (available when you click Selected Contours in the PropertyManager), you can select one or more intersecting or non-intersecting sketches to create the revolve. The sketch for a thin or surface revolved feature can contain multiple open or closed intersecting profiles. The profile sketch must be a 2D sketch; 3D sketches are not supported for profiles. The Axis of Revolution can be a 3D sketch. Profiles cannot cross the centerline. If the sketch contains more than one centerline, select the centerline you want to use as the axis of revolution. For revolved surfaces and revolved thin features only, the sketch cannot lie on the centerline. You can create multiple radial or diametric dimensions without selecting the centerline each time. When you dimension a revolve feature inside the centerline, you produce a radius dimension for the revolve feature. When you dimension across the centerline, you produce a diameter dimension for the revolve feature.


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