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Using a helix and Swept Path to create a thread

Using a helix and Swept Path to create a thread: SOLIDWORKS 2014 Essential Training
Using a helix and Swept Path to create a thread: SOLIDWORKS 2014 Essential Training

Designing the threads for the nuts or screws for your projects is simple with SOLIDWORKS. This online tutorial will guide you through the process of using a helix and a Swept Path to create a thread. You will learn how to do this by using the Helix Creation tool, which in turn tells the program how to guide the Cut tool using your information.

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Skill Level Beginner
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CAD 3D Drawing Product Design SOLIDWORKS

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