Join Gabriel Corbett for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of SOLIDWORKS: Surfacing.
- If you're a premium member of Lynda.com, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. Go ahead and download the folder to your desktop. Double click on it and then as you see, you open it up, I've got a folder called Templates. I have a Part, Assembly, and Drawing template. They are free to use but you're not required to. Then go ahead and go back, and you can see that each chapter has a corresponding folder. Double click on any of the folders. You can see that each movie also has two corresponding files. For instance 2.1, you have a start file here called 2.1SLDPRT as well as a 2.1-FIN for finish.
So a starting file and an ending file for each one of those corresponding movies. If you're a monthly member or annual member of Lynda.com, you don't have access to the Exercise Files, but you can follow along from scratch with your own assets. Now let's get started with SolidWorks Surfacing.
- Defining planes for surface creation
- Creating splines and 3D curves
- Making revolved surfaces
- Building boundary and lofted surfaces
- Offsetting a surface
- Trimming and untrimming surfaces
- Adding fillets
- Fixing corners
- Deleting, moving, and replacing faces
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Sketching for Surfaces
2. Surface Creation Tools
3. Surface Modifiers
4. Using Surfaces with Solids
5. Direct Editing Tools
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