## Answers to commonly asked surface and advanced modelling problems (part 3)

In this blog you will find tools to remove unwanted surfaces or a few direct editing tools. And to save your file into separated part files and assembly. To remove this part, there are multiple ways, for example, use offset

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## Answers to commonly asked surface and advanced modelling problems (Part 2)

Continue from our last model, now it is time to divide the shelled model into two pieces using split feature and a plane:   (Note that split feature [insert > feature > split] cuts a solid body into pieces based

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## Surface and advanced modeling skills that you may not yet know (Part 1)

When coming to product design using SolidWorks software, surface modelling tools could benefit users creating different shapes and geometry with ease. Below are some of the options that you might not have checked upon: 1. Close loft Loft surface is

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## SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Wishbone

Download Wishbone: This festive model demonstrates hybrid modeling. It is modeled with mostly solid body features, with the center intersection created with a handful of surface features. The clavicle is created with a “center line” loft which acts like a loft

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## SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Packing Tape Dispenser Tutorial

Packing Tape Dispenser: This familiar tool in your office has been created as a single part to showcase a wide variety of SOLIDWORKS features. We combine sheet metal, plastic and a few surface features to give you several unique examples

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## SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Simple Surface Part 6 Tutorial

Simple Surface Part 6: The rim is a Revolved Thin Feature (Thin is an open section). This models demonstrates Hybrid Modeling (use of both solid and surface bodies to create geometry). The rim and hub are solid bodies. The spokes

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## SOLIDWORKS Infinite Power Surfacing Ring – Part 2

How do you harness infinite power? With SOLIDWORKS of course! Maybe not in the supernatural or “I-was-just-bit-by-an-insect-and-now-I-have-the-strength-of-1000-men” sense BUT, this kind of infinite power is even better. We’re talking about the power of 3D CAD! To begin acquiring your CAD

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## SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Complex Surface Part 4 Tutorial

Complex Surface Part 4: This model was created using only surface body features and then is turned into a solid body using a thicken command. The first feature is a revolved surface with an open sketch using an arc. This

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## SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Simple Surface Part 3 Tutorial

Simple Surface Part 3: This cover plate is an example of a part created without using any solid body features. The Upper Profile is a spline for continuous curvature. A projected curve feature is used to create two sketches in order

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## SOLIDWORKS Part Reviewer: Simple Surface Part 2 Tutorial

Simple Surface: This model is created using only surface body features and then it is turned into a solid using a thicken command. A Boundary Surface feature uses two sketches in one direction to create the desired geometry. An outside

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