Get an introduction to the current features to create solid geometry in SOLIDWORKS xDesign.
- [Instructor] Now that we've created some initial geometry,…we can move on to some of the other features…available to us.…We can start now by using the Fillet and Chamfer feature,…the Hole, Draft feature,…and also the Mirror, and Pattern feature.…So I'm going to start by adding some fillets.…So I'm going to select this face right here,…and you see I get a preview automatically.…I can also change this to a chamfer just by selecting…this drop down and toggling between the two.…I'm going to increase this a little bit.…
And you can see you can propagate along tangent edges…or not, just as you did in SOLIDWORKS before.…I'm going to go ahead and accept that.…Moving on, you know, if I want to go back…and change that to a chamfer,…I can still edit it just by going back to Edit feature,…and toggling that chamfer feature option.…I'm going to reduce that size down and hit okay.…To create a hole, you've got to have an existing sketch…with some points on it.…So I'm going to use that sketch I made to create this new hole.…
- Creating a 3D passport
- Using the collaborative space in 3DExperience
- Navigating the xDesign GUI
- Accessing the toolbar tabs
- Getting design guidance
- Creating profiles to customize input loads and constraints
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Introduction to the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform
2. xDesign GUI
3. Toolbar Tabs
4. Design Guidance
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